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French economy minister sends double Brexit warning to UK

  Anne-Sylvaine Chassany in Paris and George Parker in London ©AFP Part of the “Jungle” migrant camp in Calais France would relocate its migrant camp from Calais to Britain and roll out “a red carpet” for bankers fleeing London if … Continue reading

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Tesla sales pace falls short at end of 2015

Tesla CEO Elon Musk speaks at the Model X launch Tesla Motors delivered only 208 of its new Model X crossover sport utility vehicle in the final quarter of 2015 as it raced to expand the car’s production, according to … Continue reading

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Airlines invest in DIY to improve passenger services

Airlines invest in DIY to improve passenger services Tanya Powley, Transport Correspondent ©AFP The days of being stuck waiting in a long queue to drop off your suitcase at the airport could soon disappear as airlines step up attempts to … Continue reading

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Will Africa’s biggest wind power project transform Kenya’s growth?

Will Africa’s biggest wind power project transform Kenya’s growth? By Alex Court, for CNN 7 Africa’s largest wind farm is being built in Kenya The $694 million project is the largest private investment in Kenyan history Electricity demand in Kenya … Continue reading

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Successful Poland braces for change

Successful Poland braces for change If it wins power, Law and Justice must govern better than last time ©EPA Andrzej Duda, Poland’s president I t is a measure of Poland’s weight on the European stage that its October 25 parliamentary … Continue reading

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Renewables to Beat Fossil Fuels With $3.7 Trillion Solar Boom

Renewable energy will draw almost two-thirds of the spending on new power plants over the next 25 years, dwarfing spending on fossil fuels, as plunging costs make solar the first choice for consumers and the poorest nations. Solar power will … Continue reading

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South Korea draws up $13 billion budget boost as MERS bites into growth

A man wearing a mask to prevent contracting Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) rides on an escalator in Seoul, South Korea, June 19, 2015. REUTERS/KIM HONG-JI South Korea announced a financial package of more than 15 trillion won ($13 billion) … Continue reading

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Meet the faculty

  Professor John Bennett, Ph.D. Area of expertise:Organizational Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Organizational Behavior, Management, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Management, Strategy Teaching expertise: On-line expert level professor in Organizational Leadership, Organizational Development, Entrepreneurship, Small Business Management, Management, Systems Redesign and Engineering, Industrial-Organizational Psychology Education:B.S. in Professional … Continue reading

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Skype shown automatically translating multilingual voice calls

Skype shown automatically translating multilingual voice calls Universal translation without the Babel fish Microsoft’s Skype will eventually be able to translate voice calls between people. In an on-stage demo at the Code conference today, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella showed off Skype … Continue reading

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Africa’s GDP Is Bigger Than You Think

Africa’s GDP Is Bigger Than You Think By Matt Mossman October 09, 2014 Getty Images (Corrects timing of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s civil war in the 2nd paragraph.) On Sept. 30, Kenya announced the results of its “rebasing”—a recalculation of … Continue reading

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