Turn any idle asset into a productive piece of capital. All you have to do is set a price, and the robots will take care of the rest. What could possibly go wrong? Imagine life without ownership. You nothing.
It's mind-boggling to me how many myths and half-truths that are out there about younger Millennials and Generation Z-ers, and we need to set the record straight. Recently I hosted Voxburner's Youth Marketing
After conquering e-commerce, Jeff Bezos is working to take over the physical world, too. Everything old is new again. Nearly one year after announcing plans to open its first brick-and-mortar bookstore,
Britain should embrace weaker pound and it needs to fall further, says former BoE governor and currency guru
The slump in sterling is a blessing in disguise after years of overvaluation and helps to break the corrosive stranglehold of the financial elites over the British economy, according to a former bail-out
When it comes to stitching together complex garments, dexterous human hands are still far superior to rigid robot arms. Much of the garment production process is already automated, from picking cotton
Restaurant owners and operators in Alberta say they will have to cut hours or lay people off to cope with a higher minimum wage. Mark von Schellwitz, vice-president of the Western Canada region of Restaurants
Toronto-based Kensington Capital Partners is poised to win a B.C. government mandate to manage a $190-million pool of venture capital – a cornerstone of the province's innovation strategy. The private