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LEE Raymond, the famously pugnacious oilman who led ExxonMobil between 1999 and 2005, liked to tell Wall Street analysts that covering the company would be boring. "You'll just have to live...

ONE of the most striking economic trends of the last three months - together with volatile stock markets - has been the sharp decline in oil prices. What has caused this phenomenon, what are its...

SIX years after the onset of the financial crisis, the world still has too much debt. The total in 2013, according to the McKinsey Global Institute, came to about US$186 trillion. This includes...

THE moaning about the state of the global economy has now become almost deafening. The chorus is closing ranks around a battle cry for increased demand, which is nowhere to be seen. We do not,...

EFFICIENT transportation systems that enable people to move easily for work or leisure are critical in today's modern society. People are constantly on the go and they are no longer passive...

ORGANISATIONS today not only have to stay ahead of their known competitors in the marketplace, but also take into account the threat posed by startups lurking in their blind spots and their potential...

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