While Mexico is in general becoming more peaceful, extortions and kidnapping cost the economy 10 billion pesos ($580 million) in 2015.
The 7 top leadership stories from the past week.
A list of some of this week’s most interesting stories on economic growth and social inclusion.
The forces tearing the internet apart; have we reached "peak stuff" and other top stories from the last seven days.
It is time is stop making imprudent, and frankly immoral, investment decisions based purely on measures like GDP, says Pooran Desai
Who feels we are living in a time of remarkable innovation in science and technology? And, who believes that the way we consume, grow and develop has hit a wall?
The 175 countries that signed the Paris Agreement represent approximately 94% of global emissions and 92% of the global population. Will they deliver?
A weekly digest of stories about how the gender gap plays out around the world – in business, health, education and politics.
On World Health Day, we celebrate health. On Earth Day, we celebrate the Earth. And on International Talk Like A Pirate Day, we celebrate – well, you get the picture.
With temperatures regularly reaching the mid-forties degrees celsius, South-East Asia and India are currently suffering from one of their worst heat waves in history.
While China encompasses almost 20% of the world’s population, the country contains only 7% of the world’s fresh water.
After a financial crisis, questions are usually asked about the regulators and their decision-making bodies. What can we do to strengthen the resilience of the banking system? More specif...
US foreign policy affects you, wherever you live. From oil prices to economic reforms, these are the trends that will drive it over the coming years.
In the last 10 years, Ecuador has become a polarized society, yet solidarity around post-earthquake relief efforts has brought a much needed break to a country that needs unity to rebuild.
Applying a prudent fiscal policy contributes to smooth social expenditures and consequently, fosters economic stability. But this requires political courage from both policy makers and po...
Latin America has been hit hard by falling commodity prices and balance sheet exposure to the appreciation of the U.S. dollar. It's time to go back to basics.
"We must think of the revolution as a cultural one, and not just a digital one," says Funmi Iyanda
The world is experiencing an unprecedented transition from predominantly rural to chiefly urban living. India is by no means an exception, with its urban population having increased from ...
While we recognize the historical rationale of GDP and its unintentional shortcomings, it's time for an alternative.
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As our technology and our society continues to advance at an incredible rate, the “online faith factor” is something that many people need and want in their wired world, says Christopher ...
At work we must constantly be vigilant about possible interferences, doing our best to minimize and manage them.
The Internet of Things may be considered a powerful ally in the fight against climate change.
What Shakespeare teaches us about leadership, how to win the hearts and minds of millennials, and other top leadership stories from the past seven days.
61 percent of CEOs have no social media presence at all. Even those who are on Twitter, Facebook or other networks rarely join the conversation.
What happens when digitization and disruption strikes the world of glitz and glam?
Eight top leadership stories from the last seven days.
Our political leaders need to nurture a human economy, and they need to protect other things that are just as important as GDP-growth.