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Is the mass sharing of driverless cars about to reshape our suburbs?

A few months ago I interviewed Klaus Bondam, head of the Danish cycling union and formerly Copenhagen’s mayor for roads and infrastructure, and asked him how he saw his city changing in the coming years. The answer was something of a surprise.<p>“Look at something like car parking,” Bondam told me. …

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Is Embedding IT Staff The New Way For CIO’s To Organize IT?

Placing IT staff in other departments is a new IT trendImage Credit: VIA Gallery <!— …

4 Things Successful Change Leaders Do Well

We know that two-thirds of large scale transformation efforts fail. But that’s not a terribly helpful piece of information―unless we’re looking for confirmation that this is hard, really hard. What is useful is to understand what leaders can do to substantially increase the odds that their …

I feel like a multiple car crash in the rain, says a dying Clive James

His father hangs over his memories. "I suppose that was the defining effect on my life," he once told the BBC. "I talk about it even now with …

Samsung Announces The Galaxy A5 And Galaxy A3, Its “Slimmest Smartphones To Date”

Samsung vowed to introduce more desirable phones when it revealed its disappointing Q3 2014 earnings yesterday, and it has wasted no time doing so after announcing the Galaxy A5 and the Galaxy A3 — two metallic devices that it calls its “slimmest smartphones to date.”<p>The Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A3 …

Google's Schmidt: The Internet needs a delete button

Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says mistakes people make when young can haunt them forever.<p>NEW YORK--The Internet needs a delete button, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said Monday.<p>Actions someone takes when young can haunt the person forever, Schmidt said, because the information …