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'Design thinking' - and why it is becoming fundamental to the way organisations function
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As Cairo celebrates we ask if their economy will be better off with the army?
Could essential oils such as lavender and thyme be replacements for antibiotics?
Former Olympus chief executive Michael Woodford on why he blew the whistle on his company
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
We speak to tech boss Vineet Nayar who asked his staff for feedback on his performance.
How the publication of Philosophical Investigations in 1953 revolutionised philosophy
Why did Stockholm’s suburbs erupt into violence at the end of May?
News and issues making the headlines each day.
Continuing coverage and reaction to the political crisis in Egypt
Syrian campaigner Chavia Ali on how hard life is for disabled people caught up in the war
Egypt's army installs interim president; Mandela family graves to be moved; UK bans khat.
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
A counter-revolution in Egypt - what will it do for the economy and for business?
We will hear from people in Egypt after the removal of President Mohammed Morsi
Why understanding the nature of dark matter and dark energy has left scientists baffled
Why summer means fires in Sumatra; why Australians are so squeamish about eating kangaroo
Egypt divided over new interim government; Mandela family feud; Statue of Liberty reopens
Protests in the U.S. over security agencies spying into telephone records and emails.
How local communities are coping with the aftermath of the blaze in Arizona
Friday 5 July 2013