We are witnessing the greatest improvement in global living standards - ever, says Ian Mann.
Countries must choose leaders who embody what their brand stands for, says Solly Moeng.
A new kind of teaching is key to boosting small business skills, says Elli Yiannakaris.
European stocks have climbed, led by mining and bank shares, as lenders borrowed more than double what was forecast under the European Central Bank’s TLTRO program.
A global equities selloff that spurred the biggest drop in shares since Donald Trump’s election have eased as investors stepped back before a key US vote on health care.
Tokyo stocks have edged up, recovering slightly from the previous day's sharp losses but gains were capped by a strong yen while investors are looking ahead to a US healthcare vote.
US stocks have mostly rebounded ahead of a key congressional vote on health care, but doubts about the prospects for President Trump's broader agenda weighed on European and Asian equities.
Most Asian markets have edged up and the dollar saw a small recovery as investors tracked a bounce, with focus now on a crucial congressional vote on US healthcare reform today.
European stocks have fallen, extending a decline, as investors questioned the extent to which US President Donald Trump can deliver on growth policies.
Mobile application and software development start-up, Velvet Technologies is eyeing expansion into African rural communities after a three-year self-funded success.
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