Graham Allen

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11 Unlikely Life Lessons From The Super Successful

By Cody Delistraty,<p>Comment<br>• FlagFlagged<br>• http://tcat.tc/1aNMrf9<p>1. Be a social ninja.<p>Have you ever had a conversation with someone, gotten a great …

Europe’s Arctic trade route to Japan changes LNG game

A new energy trading route is born, linking Japanese power stations to European gas markets. The Arctic Aurora has loaded a cargo of liquefied natural gas at Statoil's terminal in Hammerfest, Norway, and is now being tracked by Bloomberg in the East Siberian Sea, on a course heading for a power …

China Launches Its First Free-Trade Zone (FTZ) In Shanghai, Major Step For Financial Reforms

The much-talked-about free-trade zone in Shanghai, China's economic hub, was launched Sunday as the world's second-biggest economy prepares to test …

The Middle East explained, in chart form | Financial Times

Print this page<p>Not many letters to the FT go viral. But KN Al-Sabah’s pithy explanation of the intricacies of Middle East politics, deservedly …

There Is No Reason Why The NSA Should Be Spying On Petrobras

Documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed that not only is the U.S. spying on Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and her aides, but they are also snooping around Petrobras’ internal computer systems. This provoked outrage, suggesting U.S. intelligence agencies are clearly …

8 New Jobs People Will Have In 2025

New technologies will change the kinds of jobs people have in the coming years. Don’t be surprised if one day you’ve taken on the position of microbial balancer, corporate disorganizer, or urban shepherd.<p>New technology will eradicate some jobs, change others, and create whole new categories of …

Wake up, Canada: It’s okay to fail

In 2011, the Harvard Business Review devoted an entire issue to failure – yet, in Canada's risk-averse business climate, the belly-flop is still something people believe should be avoided at all costs. So we put this question to four Canadians who have thrived in different fields: 'How can we learn …