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China sits firmly at the top of the world rankings for mobile payment market penetration, followed by India.
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Six in 10 parents believe the way products are marketed for children reinforces stereotypes.
India is set to see a massive increase in purchasing power, taking the US' place in second position, whilst Japan will fall from fourth to ninth place.
The "RoCycle" system uses in-hand sensors to detect if an object is paper, metal or plastic, and could revolutionize recycling.
Finland and Uganda are the world's fittest countries, according to data from the World Health Organization (WHO).
These data maps show how American house prices have soared while wages stayed largely the same.
More than 450,000 commuters and shoppers pass through South Africa's Warwick Junction marketplace every day, but behind the colourful stalls is a deeper story of transformation.
A new study has found that customers don’t value and are less inclined to buy traditionally male products if they think they’ve been manufactured by women.
Harvard Business School professor Thales Teixeira explains how decoupling drives consumer disruption.
Collecting data is not enough. It’s mining it – making sense of it and transforming it into valuable business intelligence – that’s crucial.
Pressures on traditional retailers from the internet and changes in consumer buying behaviour are compounded in the Middle East by rising costs associated with economic reforms. Here's fi...