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France-based Winoa Group, formerly known as Wheelabrator Allevard, specialises in steel abrasives and surface preparation. Over the last six decades, the company […]
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Imagine handling the data on ten million people, six million companies, and nearly a million financial statements every year. Consider the amount […]
As the world takes tentative steps towards a post-COVID reality, it seems there are two distinct types of companies emerging from the […]
Over the course of 136 years, Italian company Menarini has grown from a single pharmacy store into a diverse and international operation. […]
You don’t find many global business leaders who have worked in just one company their entire career, especially a 3 billion USD […]
With proven expertise in energy conservation and environmental management, Thai Takasago is an innovative solution provider, fast becoming one of Asia’s largest […]
Maybe it was fate at work when a young Niels Eggerding landed his first internship selling Frederique Constant watches in his native Holland. […]
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A family business with a long history, German confectionery company Lambertz Group has established itself as an international player. We caught up […]
World-famous for its coffee machines and with a history stretching back to 1974, Italian appliance manufacturer De’ Longhi is well established in […]
From a small operation offering basic data connectivity and cabling in the early nineties, Trends & Technologies Inc. has evolved into one […]
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The death of the high street? Maybe not. Forward-thinking retail tech company SES-imagotag has become the global leader in its market. Chairman […]
Global agribusiness giant Syngenta helps farmers worldwide maximise their resources and increase crop yields. This can be especially important in developing countries […]
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Pipeco Malaysia was formed in 1984, with a general engineering hardware focus. In 1989, the company ventured into what is called sectional […]
Erwin Kotányi was just 24 years old when he took over the family business in 1981. Since then, what had once been […]
It’s hard to image that a company which sprang up from an idea in 2015 could, a mere six years later, become […]
Operating in a sector transformed by the digital revolution, twenty-five-year-old translation and localization company Lionbridge not only survived the onslaught of technology […]
She’s all about the people – and the planet, and is working hard to make sure Siemens stay true to its promise […]
With a history longer than that of the French Republic itself, Paris-based manufacturing group Saint-Gobain is a mainstay of global industry, enjoying […]
Europe-wide, carsharing company SHARE NOW takes a disruptive approach to urban mobility . With a bold mission to make city driving both more […]
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted all forms of commerce but lockdowns have been particularly devastating for brick-and-mortar retail. We spoke to Toni […]
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted all business sectors to some degree – but it has wreaked total havoc in some. Aviation has […]
French electronic parts supplier ICAPE Group has established a global reputation in its field. The company’s policy of promoting from within has […]
The recent holiday meltdown experienced by Southwest Airlines highlights just how important it is for airlines to invest in and upgrade their technology.
Two steps is good, one step is better.
Without a recession in 2023, the Fed may be forced to hike interest rates later in the year, JPMorgan's Mike Bell says.
In 2023, nearly 2 million new cancer diagnoses are expected, with more than 600,000 deaths.
Investors are pricing in a mild interest rate hike this week, but if they get something more aggressive, stocks are in trouble, Jeremy Siegel says.
Alphabet, Amazon, Meta, Twitter, Microsoft, and Salesforce have all cut thousands of staffers.
Access to free COVID vaccines will continue until the federal supply runs out. But for many, free COVID tests could soon be a thing of the past.
Exxon's bounty came as Americans shelled out more than $5 at one point for a gallon of gasoline.
“While we have made substantial progress in right-sizing our cost structure, and focused our resources on our core strategic priorities, we have more work to do.”
Seattle home prices are down 13.5%, while Chicago home prices have only fallen 0.8%.