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Our Experience With the Divisive Robotaxis of San Fran

There’s a subtle increase in my heartbeat as the autonomous cab draws near. It’s an unusual spectacle, one I never thought I’d witness in my lifetime. The cab lacks a human driver. It halts before me, prompting me to unlock its door via my phone. In an instant, it whisks me away into the night….

How a new online higher education institution aims to revolutionize computer science education

The past decade has seen significant technological advancements, and the rise of new technologies has enabled citizens to have an impact on their communities. It is for this reason that more people are looking to study computer science around the world. With technology ever-changing, it is vital to offer students programs that go beyond simply teaching the basics and allow them to feel empowered.

Plateauing Occupancy Rates for WeWork Flexible Space – What Went Wrong?

WeWork, once the shining star of flexible co-working spaces, now faces an existential crisis. Occupancy rates have plateaued and doubts over its future are now widespread. What were the factors that led to this downfall?

Why It Matters Where You Store Your Business Data

Storing data in the digital era is no longer just about choosing a hard drive or server; it’s about national security, legal compliance, and corporate responsibility. A glance at Europe’s concerns with digital sovereignty elucidates why where you store your business data matters now more than ever.

Richard Mulholland: The Power of Pervasive Communication in Business

In the realm of challenging economic landscapes, Richard Mulholland unveils the remarkable potential of persuasive communication. As the turbulence of tough economies looms, Mulholland’s insights highlight the pivotal role that communication plays in turning adversity into opportunities for growth and success.

Developing a Business Idea

If you decide to start a new business, you will need to spend time researching a business concept. One of the greatest things about being an entrepreneur is that you can work on something that interests you and that you are passionate about. Unfortunately, passion doesn’t always translate into profits.

Writing an Environmental Policy

An environmental policy is a written statement, usually signed by senior management, that sets out a company’s objectives and principles relating to the management of the environmental effects and aspects of its operations. Although its implementation is voluntary, more and more companies are choosing to do so.

Risk Management

Every business faces risks that could pose threats to its success. Risk is defined as the probability of an event and its consequences. Risk management is the use of processes, methods and tools to manage those risks.