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An entrepreneur in Ho Chi Minh City has invented a 'rice ATM' to help those unable to work during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The World Economic Forum announces its Young Global Leaders class of 2020 - influential people from around the world who committed to making the world a better place.
African entrepreneurs will drive the digital economy and unicorn startups. Here's how Jack Ma and Alibaba are identifying and supporting them.
Lual Mayen, a refugee who fled South Sudan's civil war and learned to code in a refugee camp, has created a video game of his struggle. He hopes it will raise awareness among young people...
Scaling up existing pilots, collaborating across sectors, and cooperating with leading research institutions are among the steps required to drive growth.
Former Communist Party networks continue to affect business practices in Central and Eastern Europe today, according to a new study.
These six transformations in technology, climate and economic and social systems could help Middle Eastern countries unite to create jobs and prosperity.
What if we could tap into the network effect to unite the world's brightest entrepreneurs with the clout of the World Economic Forum?
Thanks to the internet, more women are benefitting from global trade.
Childhood experiences of success and struggle mould entrepreneurial instincts for a lifetime.
Compared to their US and Asian peers, European start-ups are standing out for their socially progressive ambitions.
A study by Stanford University Graduate School of Business shows that a realistic first idea might not be as creative as an abstract second one.
New global research shows surprising results for the highest rates of women business owners – but how can we move even further forward?
Do you dream of being an entrepreneur, but aren't sure where or how to educate yourself? Perhaps you don't live in a global start-up hub? Here's some advice on how to get off the ground
The juggling act between making a profit and tackling societal problems is taking its toll on business leaders' mental health.