Today, people expect businesses to help the world succeed — through their products and services, through responsible and ethical behavior and by active contribution to social and environm...
When it comes to natural disasters, information sharing is paramount to overcome adversity, so why when it comes to cybersecurity is data hoarded by companies and governments?
Top MBAs are dominated by US institutions, with the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business in first place.
Cybercrime seems easy to commit and difficult to punish - but it shouldn't be hard to turn that on its head. Now a new initiative from BT and the World Economic Forum aims to do just that
Players are tasked with having to make their way journeying through a bleak, late 21st century landscape, in which we failed to fight climate change.
Quantum computers can crack codes in 10 seconds that would take classical computers 300 trillion years. That's why everyone is scrambling to develop them.
Middle managers can help firms mitigate the negative effect of physical distance between establishments and headquarters on firm performance.
San Francisco became the first major US city to ban the use of facial recognition technology, as the state grapples with the promise and pitfalls of AI.
The metrics that governed the industrial nation state aren't fit for purpose in the fluid era of platform-driven business.
Platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram contributed to the explosive rise in social media use over the last 15 years, with one in three people using some form of online social plat...
Big Tech have access to data and machine learning that finance institutions can only dream of, with a distinct advantage in areas like credit assessment.
Connected devices can now share position information, even in noisy, GPS-denied areas.
Technological change plays a key role in the productivity growth, yet it is hard to capture with conventional data. First there is a need for better innovation data in order to capture me...
The growing strength of the ICT Industry underpins four vital pillars that will support Bangladesh’s transformation to a digital economy by 2021, and a knowledge economy by 2041.
China is marking 70 years since the Communist Party took control, a period in which its economy has changed beyond recognition.