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  • Women are becoming a force to be reckoned with on the start-up scene across the Middle East. Because the tech industry is still relatively new in the Arab world, there is no legacy of it being a male-dominated field. Many entrepreneurs from the region believe that technology is one of the few spaces where everything is viewed as possible, including breaking gender norms, making it a very attractive industry for women.
  • When we envision the AIs of the far future, maybe WALL-E and C-3PO aren’t the droids we should be looking for. Instead, we might picture something more like a smartphone full of apps, or a kitchen cupboard filled with gadgets. As we prepare for a world of algorithms, we should make sure we’re not planning for thinking, general-purpose wonder-boxes that might never be built, but instead for highly specialised toasters.
  • Many regulations play this standard-setting role. Contrary to the simplistic view that regulation is inevitably bad for business, there are in fact three important channels through which regulation can benefit an economy.
  • It is a Museum that despite its history makes a new start in its new building and it makes its steps for a more extrovert international direction. It is very “attractive” to follow these steps and observe an institution unveiling its core, its collection in its new permanent space although it has a history behind it. In addition, contemporary art is always interesting and the audiences that choose to discover it are increasing, this is my feeling from our Museum and all the other Museums and contemporary spaces I visit abroad.
  • In 2017, Parker warned that social media "literally changes your relationship with society, with each other…God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains." Parker has two young children, so he's surely familiar with the universal tactic of handing over a screen to buy a moment's peace - the so-called "digital pacifier".



"My love for Art: Natura" states the Director of the Museum of Cycladic Art

Mr. Nikos Stampolidis, Professor and Director of MCA in an exclusive interview

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Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Andros

The blue cultural germ of the Aegean - Exclusive Interview with the Director of the MOCA, Dr. Kiriakos Koutsomallis

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These are the world's largest tech giants

Large companies can be located all over the globe

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Trump provides China an opening in Europe

Don’t place bets that a divided EU can successfully navigate a delicate balancing act between a disruptive Trump and an assertive China

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Trump and Putin go home

The Helsinki summit painfully underlined that the global order is under a frontal attack—and that the West is struggling to respond

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A new Editorial series

The European Business Review magazine welcomes a new regular editorial series that hosts reporting on renowned museums, cultural centres, galleries, artistic foundations and interviews with their Directors, Curators, as well as with lead personalities of the artistic scene.

World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2018

Political, economic and social fractures risk dividing us, by fostering intolerance, indecision and inaction. The Davos meeting will call for leaders to work together in more than 400 session in order to create a shared narrative that will improve the state of the world

With the presence of the European Institutions and the International Rating Agencies in the Capital Link Forum

The Institutions underlined that after years of recession, Greece is slowly returning to a period of economic growth and aims to position itself as an attractive investment and business destination

Management - Power, Strategy and Communications Essentials by Radu Magdin

Radu, who spent 5 years in Brussels (2007-2012) with the European Parliament, EurActiv and Google, is a NATO Emerging Leader with the Atlantic Council of the US (2014), a Forbes Romania Trendsetter (2014) and a Warsaw Security Summit Leader (2015)


Has Greece finally escaped the grip of catastrophe?

Monday, July 16, 2018

When your “One-China policy” is challenged

Monday, July 16, 2018

5 facts about global military spending

Friday, July 13, 2018

A Stanford researcher says we shouldn’t start working full time until age 40

Friday, July 13, 2018

How the psychology of the England football team could change your life

Friday, July 13, 2018

What do Americans think about immigration?

Friday, July 13, 2018

Boys in a Thai cave: the positive power of globalism

Thursday, July 12, 2018

NATO’s Relevance

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

"Going back... to our maritime roots"

Friday, July 06, 2018

Could Japan become a role model for the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

Friday, July 06, 2018

How to talk about climate change: 5 tips from the front lines

Friday, July 06, 2018

Austria Presidency pushes for dialogue on US-EU trade dispute

Thursday, July 05, 2018

Imagine alternatives to negotiate more ambitiously

Thursday, July 05, 2018

Why power seekers give advice

Thursday, July 05, 2018

Why today’s leaders need to know about the power of narratives

Thursday, July 05, 2018


8 reasons to care about the EU’s new data-protection rules

In recent weeks, you may have noticed pop-ups appearing in your browser or emails asking you to agree to a company’s new privacy policy or terms of service


How millennials became the world’s most powerful consumers

They are the biggest global generation — and their choices ??are upending business? from the US to China

Editor’s Column

A ‘Union’ in disarray

By: N. Peter Kramer

Commission President Juncker announced an ‘informal working meeting’ on Sunday June 24 to discuss the migration and asylum problems


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