"We now think that the Chinese economy in dollar terms will overtake the US economy in 2028, a full 5 years earlier than we thought last year," the annual report from the Centre for Economics and Business Research has found.
Business Line looks at how innovative business opportunties are arising from plastic waste, the search for a COVID-19 vaccine and shops going digital due to pandemic restrictions.
Ethical Hackers explain how cyber scams have become more sophisticated since lockdown. Online safety is important, here are tips on how to remain safe.
Using animal scale design to prevent impact injuries on humans, and utilising food waste to reduce the effect of plastic on the environment, are just some ways in which students are tackling global problems.
Business Planet heads to Greece to find out what Europe is doing to secure the finite resources that will be critical for high-tech and the renewable energy revolution.
Supported by famous athletes, representatives of football academies and journalists, young participants held over 50 events this season and acquired an impressive Guinness World Records title for the largest online football lesson.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the suit, arguing that "this Goliath of a company is using its power to manipulate the market, destroy competition, and harm you, the consumer."
Dubai has long been a destination for expatriates, but lately there's been a growing trend towards residents choosing to stay for longer. September 2018 saw the creation of a renewable five-year retirement visa that came into effect a year later.
The EU has downgraded its growth forecast for the Eurozone in 2021. What does that mean and why? We'll look at the real-life consequences of the pandemic on the economy.
Isabelle Kumar chats to Bertrand Piccard, the inventor, adventurer and eco-warrior about how he's helping to make the planet a greener place.
Football for Friendship is an International Children’s Social Programme which unites kids worldwide. Its aim is for kids to share their experiences, meet new friends and learn from one another whilst promoting a health and human values.
The National Commission for Informatics and Liberties (CNIL) said both American tech companies automatically place cookies — advertising trackers — on users' computers without asking for consent.
Moët Hennessy and The Ocean Race discuss how their organisations are responding to consumers' demand for product and services that are more green
The UK’s agreement with the major financial and commercial hub is expected to provide the UK with support in Asia as the country negotiates its exit from the European Union.
Skydive pitch: budding entrepreneurs take the leap in Dubai
The Covid 19 pandemic has disrupted international trade and economic relations. With the "new normal" we are already seeing changes taking place.
Almost 2,000 new businesses opened up in the second quarter of the year in Brussels as well as 11,000 in Flanders.