Lexoo: a digital marketplace for legal services
It is especially true of the professions that it takes an insider’s know-how to identify where innovation can be applied to maximum effect.
By Financial Times 8 years ago
Lexoo: a digital marketplace for legal services
Where top CEOs study for MBA
Top business schools attach great significance to their alumni. Graduate networks are promoted as catalysts for career opportunities and the most successful graduates are lauded as role models for prospective students.
By Financial Times 8 years ago
Where top CEOs study for MBA
Quit and avoid the blight of first job syndrome
I was on the wrong side of the demand curve: the supply of economics graduates vastly outstrips the number of traineeships for economists.
By Financial Times 8 years ago
Quit and avoid the blight of first job syndrome
iPhone 6S sales set to beat Apple records
Apple said it expects first-weekend sales of its new iPhone 6S will exceed last year’s debut of 10m units, after seeing “very strong” preorders since Saturday.
By Financial Times 8 years ago
iPhone 6S sales set to beat Apple records
East Africa emerges as a trade hub
East Africa is emerging as a trade hub to rival sub-Saharan Africa is two heavyweight states of South Africa and Nigeria, according to analysis by Barclays published on Thursday.
By Financial Times 8 years ago
East Africa emerges as a trade hub
AfDB head warns of global risks to Africa
Africa needs to make sure it gets “the best deal possible” for its natural resource exports, particularly with its largest trading partner China, to protect itself from global market turbulence, according to the new president of the African Development Bank.
By Financial Times 8 years ago
AfDB head warns of global risks to Africa
Apple TV wants viewers to change channel
Apple made its first steps into two huge new markets in 2007. One product would go on to reshape the technology industry, bringing entrenched rivals to their knees and propelling Apple to become the world’s most valuable company. The other has failed to revolutionise much of anything, despite a reboot in 2010.
By Financial Times 8 years ago
Apple TV wants viewers to change channel
Leaders prefer gut instinct to metrics
When Giles Turrell took on the role of chief executive at Weetabix Food Company four years ago, he says it was “like entering the lion’s den”.
By Financial Times 8 years ago
Leaders prefer gut instinct to metrics
Women must take on risk to climb the career ladder
Many women rely on hard work alone to climb their company’s career ladder but they would be wrong to play it safe.
By Financial Times 8 years ago
Women must take on risk to climb the career ladder
The Africans who go it alone to cut risk, not increase it
When the most powerful person in the world attends a start up conference in east Africa you know that entrepreneurship has become a potent source of soft power.
By Financial Times 8 years ago
The Africans who go it alone to cut risk, not increase it