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In this new normal, banks shouldn't ditch physical interactions with customers. Instead, a hybrid of offline and online engagement is the best way forward.
Eleven Madison Park, named World's Best Restaurant in 2017, has transformed into a charity kitchen to prepare 3,000 meals a day for those in need.
Will eating out ever be the same again after COVID-19? As lockdowns start to ease around the world, restaurants are reopening – but with a very different look and feel to before the coron...
COVID-19 is fuelling the growth of e-commerce and online education and entertainment – leading to new technology that will better meet consumers' needs.
A recent study by Statista shows the countries that consumed the most meat in 2018. The United States ranked first, followed by meat loving Australia.
Medical delivery drones have been supplying clinics in Africa for several years. Now they’re being deployed in the fight against coronavirus and are being trialed in the US.
Essential value chains around the world are being disrupted at a time when they are needed most. Here are three insights into how to keep things moving.
The spread of COVID-19 has disrupted family life, causing many families to lean on devices to distract their children. This is how to manage the extra screen time.
Conversations around economic development often focus on income equality, but it might be time instead to look at consumption equality, writes Sarita Nayyar.
It may be setting the pace, but is the EU doing enough?And can the European Commission convince EU governments to get behind its Green Deal?
Zara Ingilizian, Head of Future of Consumption at the World Economic Forum explains how harnessing precision technologies will improve the well-being of millions.
Garment industry workers are being displaced by automation, especially in Bangladesh. Here's how the industry can make sure no one is left behind.
It's said that most people are unaware of the climate crisis and unwilling to change their behaviour. A new pan-Indian study shows this isn't the case - but we can all do more.
With data and collaboration, companies can create products that are better for both the consumer and the planet.