September 24, 2020

Sunak’s new job support scheme offers warm words but no escape from the coming unemployment chill

The chancellor’s plan lacks both the broader reforms and vision needed to tackle the crisis. It also fails to offer any clear plan for recovery.
September 24, 2020

Neurodiversity at work benefits everyone – why companies are hiring autistic people

Logical thinking, curiosity, evidence-based decision making and fresh perspectives are all benefits brought by neurodiversity.
September 23, 2020

Companies are trying to connect remote workers with ‘virtual water coolers’ – but it’s harder than it sounds

For as long as there has been remote working, companies have sought ways to replicate the serendipitous conversations we have in a physical work space.
September 22, 2020

Banksy brands under threat after elusive graffiti artist loses trademark legal dispute

How Banksy's glib response to a trademark challenge backfired and lost him a two-year legal battle.
September 18, 2020

Why Arm’s sale to Nvidia has stunned the tech industry

Arm defied the traditional notion of how a technology company competes in the global market place. That could all change.
September 17, 2020

Will the UK really join the CPTPP free-trade bloc in Asia-Pacific?

The UK's free-trade deal with Japan is an important step towards joining CPTPP, but there are many hurdles still to be cleared.
September 17, 2020

How employers can help workers become more dedicated and engaged — new research

Five tips for greater employee satisfaction and productivity.
September 17, 2020

How the decline in Chinese tourists around the world has hit the luxury sector

Research reveals why Chinese millennials love to spend overseas on luxury brands.
September 17, 2020

Good news stories from Vietnam’s second wave – involving dragon fruit burgers and mask ATMs

Vietnam broke its streak of no coronavirus deaths in July, but with dragonfruit, YouTube and free masks, innovators have helped the country fight back.
September 16, 2020

The experience economy will not fully recover – consumers will pay to perform in future instead

Joseph Pine and James Gilmore's The Experience Economy was one of the most influential books of the modern era. Now it may be time for an update.
September 16, 2020

Why AstraZeneca and others racing to make a COVID-19 vaccine should be more open about the process

With Donald Trump already doing a great job of making the public more wary of a coronavirus vaccine, big pharma has to do better than this.
September 15, 2020

Apple is starting a war over privacy with iOS 14 – publishers are naive if they think it will back down

Facebook relies on targeted ads for a large proportion of its income, and reacted with fury over Apple's new privacy opt-in.