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Venture capital firm Icon Capital Partners of Dubai sees Africa as the ‘sweet spot’ for its tech-focused investments.
Recent proposals on how to restructure the $4.5 trillion secondary mortgage market show a growing consensus about how to avoid another housing crisis.
Tech startup Zodiac was co-founded by Wharton professor Peter Fader and CEO Artem Mariychin to help companies find – and serve — their most valuable customers.
The increased M&A activity in the renewable sector in Latin America reflects rising demand for energy, especially from clean sources.
North Star Alliance has built a network of health care clinics operating out of containers in Africa.
McDonald’s is jumping on the health-conscious bandwagon by using antibiotic-free chicken, removing preservatives and artificial colors, among other changes. Will it revive stagnant sales growth?
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Could your doctor be ordering tests and treatments for you that don’t work very well and aren’t worth the cost? Experts from the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics discuss why a trillion dollars of America’s health care spending is unnecessary.
In the borderless digital world, a physical location can be a liability to traditional retailers. What they need is new mental and business models to compete with digital disruptors.
Behind the circus atmosphere of this year’s election stand two competing sets of economic proposals that would have very different impacts.
The recent case of a Maine restauranteur who said customers who owned a particular semiautomatic rifle would not be welcome at her restaurants raises questions about how much an owner’s values can and should be reflected in his or her business.
AstroLabs, a Dubai-based startup hub and training academy that has partnered with Google, has had more than 400 technology startups apply since its soft launch in 2015.