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Danish companies pioneer diversity by breaking barriers and hiring people with disabilities.
AI could be our only hope in a world of data and shouldn't be feared, Nikolay Gurianov says.
Some argue the gap is due to "women's choices," but that hides key cultural and social factors.
Leading western venture capitalists, including Richard Branson, are investing heavily in Estonian startups.
How Paul Durand-Ruel paved the way for modern mega-dealers like Saatchi and Gagosian.
The Hungarian-born billionaire investor has long called for financial aid for Ukraine.
Even in a country accustomed to flagrant political corruption scandals, this one could be the final straw.
The director of architecture firm Jones East8 resigned in tears and left the country following a mysterious phonecall.
The famous London store appeals to Chinese tourists who are spending more on luxury goods.
Counterterrorism legislation could increase tensions with Silicon Valley and the U.S.
The investment king has said that he found the country's 'regulatory and legal framework' attractive.
The developer claims artificial skylight 'tricks the brain' into believing it's the real thing.