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The right to repair
Why is it so hard to fix your own things?
End of the road for US truckers?
Truck drivers and the robots that could replace them
The George Soros conspiracy
Why one financier is the target of a global conspiracy theory
Choose your own pay
What happens when a company lets its employees decide what their salaries should be?
Why whistleblowers need protection
The EU grants new legal rights to those reporting corporate and government misbehaviour
Losing your mind at work
Handling mental health in the workplace
The vaping scare and big tobacco
Why health concerns over vaping is bad for cigarette companies
How to be angry
From hotheads to curmudgeons, is anger bad for business or can we put it to good use?
Is the West really meritocratic?
US academic and author Daniel Markovits argues that meritocracy fuels inequality
How China slam-dunked the NBA
Does the bust-up mean China is falling out of love with US basketball - and US business?
Concrete's dirty secret
Cement and concrete have one of the biggest carbon footprints of any industry
Is the sun setting on Saudi oil?
Is Aramco finalising a much-delayed IPO just as markets are losing faith in fossil fuels?
The business case for sleep
How lack of sleep is damaging productivity
Bringing Uber back to Earth
Investors are losing faith in fast growth and disruption, and want to see actual profits
What is the Green New Deal?
The plan to transform the economy and solve climate change has taken off in Washington DC
Industry awards - worth the effort?
Does coming second still boost the bottom line? We ask some runners-up
A meatless future?
The California companies racing to replace the meat we eat
Goodbye Super Mario
A changing of the guard at the European Central Bank
Can airlines pivot fully to biofuels?
Pressure is growing on airlines to turn to more renewable sources of fuel
The diverse economy of the Lone Star State
Texas has long been known for oil but the state is pushing into tech and renewable energy
The cancer scammers
How social media is being used to target cancer patients with fake cures
Tweaking your face
How social media is fueling the modern cosmetic surgery industry
A hydro-powered Bitcoin boom in Georgia
How hydroelectric dams are powering cryptocurrency mining on the eastern edge of Europe
The world's youngest Nobel-winning economist
Esther Duflo discusses her work on the economics of poverty
The Cambridge Analytica whistleblower
Brittany Kaiser says our data can still be abused to manipulate the way we vote
Make me an influencer
How hard is it to make money on Instagram?
Fake me an influencer
The murky world of fake Instagram followers, fake comments, fake likes
Who wants to be a billionaire?
Should the richest be taxed out of existence?
The billionaires who want to pay more tax
Two of America's billionaires explain why they should be forced to contribute more
The ethics of AI
One of the world's top thinkers on artificial intelligence says why we should be cautious
Quantum computers: What are they good for?
Google has claimed a breakthrough in quantum computing, but what might it actually do?
Live long and prosper?
The longevity industry aims to let us all become healthy, active centenarians
Update: Apple bans vaping apps
From today the Apple app store will no longer include vaping apps
A system that solved big problems is now facing its greatest challenge
Apple bans vaping apps
When to retire
Is working for longer to be feared or welcomed in our rapidly ageing societies?
Starting young to save for retirement
Can an 18 year old be persuaded to start a pension?