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EY launches new approach to develop interdisciplinary, global solutions for the future of health care
NEW YORK - Health care around the world is being dramatically disrupted by unsustainable cost inflation and the rapid rise of digital health technologies. read more
Welcome to Top-Consultant’s weekly round-up of consulting news around the globe
Every week the team at Top-Consultant publishes the latest news from across the management consultancy profession. read more
WIPRO Wipro explains its Wipro HOLMES AI platform
AI is seen by the IT consultancies as the way out of commoditised IT platform delivery. read more
Borrowing figures provide further evidence of reviving housing market - EY ITEM Club
Martin Beck, senior economic advisor to the EY ITEM Club, comments: “With household’s appetite to borrow having remained subdued since 2008, June’s lending data suggests that the strengthening economy is gradually feeding into the loans market. read more
FCA finds firms still failing to fully manage benchmark risks - PwC comments
Simon Hunt, PwC's UK banking and capital markets leader, responds to the Financial Conduct Authority’s thematic review of oversight and controls of financial benchmarks published today. read more
Italian consulting market continues to flat-line
Consulting firms take a variety of approaches to survival and growth, including exporting their consultants to more lucrative markets. read more
Powering Ahead
Roland Berger latest report: The market for power electronics – applications that supply the electric power to control motors and enable the conversion of direct current to alternating current or vice-versa – is experiencing rapid growth. read more
Retail Sales Growth Up But Set To Cool Slightly - CBI
Consumers splashing out on new clothes helped push up retail sales in the year to July, but the pace of growth is expected to slow next month, according to the CBI’s Distributive Trades Survey. read more
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