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US blood-testing company Theranos is being made subject to to a criminal probe, investigating claims of misrepresentation to investors and misleading government officials

Blood-testing firm Theranos faces criminal probe

US blood-testing company Theranos is being made subject to to a criminal probe, investigating claims of misrepresentation to investors and misleading government officials

Business & Management Successful leaders need a clear vision of how they want their team to run, along with the flexibility to make changes when personalities or situations demand them, writes Matthew Blagg, CEO, Criticaleye

Leadership requires connected teams, not disparate ones

Successful leaders need a clear vision of how they want their team to run, along with the flexibility to make changes when personalities or situations demand them, writes Matthew Blagg, CEO, Criticaleye

Culture Finding new uses for Europe’s disused underground stations is a novel idea, but urban dwellers deserve more from these projects than just novelty restaurants and trendy wine bars, writes Aaran Fronda

Europe’s abandoned metro stations are desperate for love

Finding new uses for Europe’s disused underground stations is a novel idea, but urban dwellers deserve more from these projects than just novelty restaurants and trendy wine bars, writes Aaran Fronda

Culture Earning the accolade of Master Sommelier and winning the right to wear the coveted red pin is no easy task. Aaran Fronda looks at what it takes to pass one of the world’s toughest exams

Becoming a master sommelier might be the hardest thing in the world

Earning the accolade of Master Sommelier and winning the right to wear the coveted red pin is no easy task. Aaran Fronda looks at what it takes to pass one of the world’s toughest exams

Business & Management Russia has been experiencing an unexpected boom in nationalistic fervour. As with all societal trends, this is being reflected in the country’s fashion industry. Tom Bailey explores the shift in Russian fashion

Nationalism on the rise in Russian fashion

Russia has been experiencing an unexpected boom in nationalistic fervour. As with all societal trends, this is being reflected in the country’s fashion industry. Tom Bailey explores the shift in Russian fashion

Finance Despite the lifting of Iran’s nuclear sanctions, Europe’s banks are cagey about entering the country, having been severely reprimanded in the past, writes Tom Bailey

European banks remain cautious about Iran, in spite of lifted sanctions

Despite the lifting of Iran’s nuclear sanctions, Europe’s banks are cagey about entering the country, having been severely reprimanded in the past, writes Tom Bailey

Business & Management Celebrity backing has long been a staple of retail advertising. However, it is increasingly celebrities’ social media assets, as opposed to their visages alone, that brands are focusing on, writes Aaran Fronda

Celebrity endorsements focus on social media takeovers

Celebrity backing has long been a staple of retail advertising. However, it is increasingly celebrities’ social media assets, as opposed to their visages alone, that brands are focusing on, writes Aaran Fronda

Business & Management Corporate wellness programmes are fast becoming a staple for medium to large enterprises. Workers appreciate them, but there is still some debate as to how much they help to boost productivity

Corporate wellness may not be all it’s cracked up to be

Corporate wellness programmes are fast becoming a staple for medium to large enterprises. Workers appreciate them, but there is still some debate as to how much they help to boost productivity

By: Matt Timms
Business & Management Customer experience is the cornerstone of business success. Offering customers what they want, in a way that makes sense to them, often requires a dedicated, executive-level focus

CCEOs are essential in optimising the customer experience

Customer experience is the cornerstone of business success. Offering customers what they want, in a way that makes sense to them, often requires a dedicated, executive-level focus

Finance More than two decades on from the civil war that tore the country apart, Bosnia-Herzegovina is still a divided nation in many senses. In order to push forward, the country must unite to develop a strong economic base

Bosnia’s economy remains hamstrung by decades-old divisions

More than two decades on from the civil war that tore the country apart, Bosnia-Herzegovina is still a divided nation in many senses. In order to push forward, the country must unite to develop a strong economic base

By: Tom Bailey
Business & Management Historically only viable on a small, local scale, the internet has revolutionised bartering, making it a viable alternative to cash for modern businesses, writes Callum Glennen

Bartering is back as a major challenger to cash transactions

Historically only viable on a small, local scale, the internet has revolutionised bartering, making it a viable alternative to cash for modern businesses, writes Callum Glennen

Business & Management Choosing an EMBA programme is no small task. Rankings are a valuable aid in narrowing down your choices, but getting a first-hand feel for the culture is essential

Choosing the right EMBA programme is tough – careful research is essential

Choosing an EMBA programme is no small task. Rankings are a valuable aid in narrowing down your choices, but getting a first-hand feel for the culture is essential

Business & Management Employee health and wellness is an important driver for business success, and should be part of the strategic agenda for all companies. To make things easier, insurers can shoulder much of the burden

Aetna provides complete international medical insurance for employees

Employee health and wellness is an important driver for business success, and should be part of the strategic agenda for all companies. To make things easier, insurers can shoulder much of the burden

By: Richard di Benedetto, President, Aetna International
Business & Management The mainstream news media has a stranglehold on public perception of the wider world. When emotion trumps fact, however, we must make an effort to see things as they really are

Novus Group explores how the media controls public opinion

The mainstream news media has a stranglehold on public perception of the wider world. When emotion trumps fact, however, we must make an effort to see things as they really are

By: Torbjörn Sjöström, CEO, Novus Group
Business & Management Chinese oversupply has saturated Europe with cheap steel. Now, the historic industry is having its eponymous resolve tested to the limit, writes Matt Timms

European steel is on its last legs, beaten by cheap Chinese imports

Chinese oversupply has saturated Europe with cheap steel. Now, the historic industry is having its eponymous resolve tested to the limit, writes Matt Timms

Culture Analogue formats were once thought dead, replaced by physical digital storage mechanisms that have themselves been usurped by online streaming services. Vinyl, however, is now experiencing a full-blown revival

Vinyl is back as a popular and profitable music medium

Analogue formats were once thought dead, replaced by physical digital storage mechanisms that have themselves been usurped by online streaming services. Vinyl, however, is now experiencing a full-blown revival

Awards Supplement 2015
Awards2015

The European CEO awards 2015 have now been announced, presenting our pick of the CEOs, companies and campaigns leading their sectors. View the winners here or browse the supplement in your browser or on your iPad or Android device.

Investment Destinations

As the eurozone stagnates, an increasing number of firms are looking to expand out of the continent. The US boasts a buoyant economy, offering significant incentives to attract investment. Skilled workers, excellent transport and generous tax breaks are all on offer. European CEO looks at some of the best US locations for European businesses looking to relocate.

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Europe has spent approximately one-third of its output in recent years on propping up struggling banks

The European banking union

Europe has spent approximately one-third of its output in recent years on propping up struggling banks

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