The US, France, and Belgium have all introduced proposals to lower their corporate tax rates in a bid to make their regimes more competitive in the global marketplace.
If current trends continue, we may wake up in a world where only the largest businesses survive
To prepare our businesses for the next wave of transformation and opportunity and to produce innovations that can be scaled, we need to work in partnership.
All too often, advances in technology spark a rat race among businesses competing to be the most innovative.
From human trafficking in Malaysia, to prostitution in Romania, the human cost of financial crime is very real.
Microfinance initiatives can only achieve success if they listen to borrowers and all lenders carefully.
Digital currencies inspired by Bitcoin are collectively called Altcoins, and there are now thought to be more than 1,100 of them, with a total market capitalisation of about $150bn.
Children as young as five may have already formed distinct emotional reactions to spending and saving money, a new study suggests.
New research finds the vast majority of employees say better benefits or help with retirement saving would make them more committed to their job.
Bruegel reviews recent opinions on the state of Abenomics and its impact on the Japanese economy.
Saudi Arabia plans to give its citizens $13 billion (50 billion riyals) in handouts to offset the increasing costs of living.
Professor Kenneth Rogoff looks at the factors that might impact the global economy this year.
People living in some Scottish cities may soon receive an unconditional monthly sum as part of a series of universal basic income pilots.
The global economy is enjoying broad growth beyond what anyone expected. The question now is whether this strong performance will continue in 2018.
Estonia's e-Residency program wants to revolutionize how the world does business.