Month: November 2018

How Managers Should Respond When Bribes Are Business as Usual

MirageC/Getty Images Corporate bribery—that is, the practice of companies paying government officials for preferential treatment—is not only illegal  in dozens read more

November 16, 2018

The UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights has raised concerns about the UK’s rush to apply digital read more

November 16, 2018

David Hockney’s famous “Portrait of an Artist [Pool with Two Figures]” at Christie’s on Thursday night, easily breaking the record read more

November 16, 2018

John Rizzo/Getty Images Discounts and promotions are at an all-time high, often comprising the single-biggest cost within many retailers’ P&Ls. read more

November 16, 2018

TechCrunch is in the heart of Japan and we’ve been hearing from some of Tokyo’s brightest entrepreneurs competing to win read more

November 16, 2018

As Earth’s tectonic plates dive beneath one another, they drag three times as much water into the planet’s interior as read more

November 16, 2018

BlackBerry was best known for keyboard-totting smartphones, but their demise in recent years has seen the Canadia firm pivot towards read more

November 16, 2018

A new dispatch from our ‘QR Codes Are Very Much Alive In Asia’ reporting program: Hong Kong’s subway system will read more

November 16, 2018

Computer scientists have used various editions of The Bible to develop an algorithm that identifies different author’s writing styles, Inside read more

November 16, 2018

Amazon on Thursday launched a new service aimed at Alexa developers that automatically provisions and helps them to manage a read more