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The West Valley of Arizona is incredibly well connected, and boasts an educated, eager workforce. The addition of a new business park makes it an ideal investment destination

PV303 offers generous tax reliefs for international businesses

The West Valley of Arizona is incredibly well connected, and boasts an educated, eager workforce. The addition of a new business park makes it an ideal investment destination

Culture The Impossible Burger bleeds like real meat, and even dedicated carnivores can’t tell the difference. Meat substitutes have finally reached the level of sophistication consumers demand

Meat your maker – how fake flesh could save the world

The Impossible Burger bleeds like real meat, and even dedicated carnivores can’t tell the difference. Meat substitutes have finally reached the level of sophistication consumers demand

By: Emily Cashen
Business & Management Although machines choose employees who last longer and perform better, an aversion to algorithms persists among recruiters. With new technology, could things be about to change?

Robot recruitment is set to oust human HR functions

Although machines choose employees who last longer and perform better, an aversion to algorithms persists among recruiters. With new technology, could things be about to change?

By: Emily Cashen
Finance In recent years, the EU has accelerated its crackdown on illegal state aid in terms of corporate tax. But, with the latest round of measures, some boundaries are being stretched too far

European Commission’s aggressive tax crackdown spells trouble

In recent years, the EU has accelerated its crackdown on illegal state aid in terms of corporate tax. But, with the latest round of measures, some boundaries are being stretched too far

By: Callum Glennen
Finance After centuries of European imperialism in China, the tables have turned. European companies are falling like dominos into Chinese ownership. The investment is needed, but is it worth selling our security and working culture for?

China steps up investment in Europe

After centuries of European imperialism in China, the tables have turned. European companies are falling like dominos into Chinese ownership. The investment is needed, but is it worth selling our security and working culture for?

By: Tom Bailey
Business & Management At Davos, the world’s political and business leaders will gaze down from a physical and metaphorical height at a world in turmoil. From the refugee crisis to the stunning international rejection of globalisation, the World Economic Forum has a lot to untangle

Davos 2017 – globalisation on trial

At Davos, the world’s political and business leaders will gaze down from a physical and metaphorical height at a world in turmoil. From the refugee crisis to the stunning international rejection of globalisation, the World Economic Forum has a lot to untangle

By: Tom Bailey
Finance Many European companies have only managed lacklustre expansion in the US. With the right local partner, however, the US can be very lucrative

With gatc’s assistance, establishing a US presence couldn’t be easier

Many European companies have only managed lacklustre expansion in the US. With the right local partner, however, the US can be very lucrative

By: Gerd Kichniawy, CEO and Max Kichniawy, Executive Vice President, gatc
Finance With easy access to the entire US, Harford County is a prime business destination

Harford County’s tech infrastructure is perfect for European businesses

With easy access to the entire US, Harford County is a prime business destination

By: Karen Holt, Director, Harford County Office of Economic Development
Business & Management Starbucks Chief Executive, Howard Schultz, will pass leadership over to company president and COO, Kevin Johnson, in April next year

Starbucks CEO to step down next year

Starbucks Chief Executive, Howard Schultz, will pass leadership over to company president and COO, Kevin Johnson, in April next year

By: Erica de la Harpe
Culture Leica cameras were the chief tool used to document the 20th century, one of the most tumultuous periods in human history. Photography as we know it today would simply not exist without Oskar Barnack’s humble invention

Birth of a legend – the Leica story

Leica cameras were the chief tool used to document the 20th century, one of the most tumultuous periods in human history. Photography as we know it today would simply not exist without Oskar Barnack’s humble invention

By: Temoor Iqbal
Finance Eurizon Capital’s combination of product innovation and customer service addresses client needs in the most efficient manner possible

Eurizon Capital’s principled approach guarantees cutting-edge innovation

Eurizon Capital’s combination of product innovation and customer service addresses client needs in the most efficient manner possible

By: Tommaso Corcos, CEO, Eurizon Capital
Finance The Office for Budget Responsibility has unveiled a gloomy forecast of the UK's financial standing following Brexit

Brexit burns £59bn hole in UK finances

The Office for Budget Responsibility has unveiled a gloomy forecast of the UK’s financial standing following Brexit

By: Kim Darrah
Finance Financial markets have responded to Donald Trump's US election victory with a business-as-usual approach. This could mean they fail to prepare for an impending bust

Are financial markets being short-sighted over Trump’s victory?

Financial markets have responded to Donald Trump’s US election victory with a business-as-usual approach. This could mean they fail to prepare for an impending bust

By: Tom Elliott, International Investment Strategist, deVere Group
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Business & Management Whole Foods is set to dispense with its unusual co-CEO system, leaving founder John Mackey in sole charge

Whole Foods appoints founder John Mackey as sole CEO

Whole Foods is set to dispense with its unusual co-CEO system, leaving founder John Mackey in sole charge

By: Emily Cashen
Business & Management Media giant Thomson Reuters has announced plans to cut 2,000 jobs worldwide, as it looks to streamline its business

Thomson Reuters to cut 2,000 jobs in restructuring

Media giant Thomson Reuters has announced plans to cut 2,000 jobs worldwide, as it looks to streamline its business

By: Emily Cashen
Business & Management The European Union and Canada have signed the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, ending weeks of uncertainty

EU and Canada finally sign CETA free-trade agreement

The European Union and Canada have signed the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, ending weeks of uncertainty

By: Emily Cashen
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Awards Supplement 2016

The European CEO awards 2016 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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We assess the percentage of women on boards in Europe. Asking just what causes the problem? and what are the possible solutions?

Women on boards in Europe

We assess the percentage of women on boards in Europe. Asking just what causes the problem? and what are the possible solutions?

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