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Atos completes its first major technology milestone for the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Atos provides the technologies for the volunteer portal – 85,000 applications already processed. read more
Retail Executives Embrace Omnichannel Approach In 2014 To Keep Up With Consumer Trends: KPMG Survey
Customer retention on top of executives’ minds; Linking all retail channels is key, but poses some risks and challenges. read more
The "Magnificent Seven" Opportunities for a New Scotland
Following the confirmation that Scotland has voted “No”, but is likely to be granted a wide range of new devolved powers, the Institute of Economic Affairs has outlined seven magnificent economic opportunities for a more independent Scotland. read more
CBI Reaction to Scottish Referendum Result
A momentous day for UK – Union best for jobs, growth & raising living standards – CBI Chief John Cridland. read more
E-Mobility: Japan Regains The Technological Lead - Sales Remain Moderate Hoever
German OEMs have regained their leading position in e-mobility technology for electric and hybrid vehicles. read more
KPMG eyeing more M&A deals in China
KPMG China will maintain double-digit growth this year despite the economic slowdown and will be on the lookout for suitable merger and acquisition opportunities, a top company official said on Wednesday. read more
The Oliver Wight Conference returns to Brussels
Following the resounding success of last year’s inaugural Oliver Wight Conference, the business improvement specialists have announced their second annual European customer conference. read more
Waking tiger, roaring cub: the effect of reform in Mexico
The Mexican economy is much like a slumbering tiger, writes Alison Huntington of Source.. read more
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