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A British B&B owner has unintentionally purchased half of New World Oil and Gas’ shares

A British B&B owner has unintentionally purchased half of New World Oil and Gas’ shares

Business & Management By combining its tablet technology and Android software with its printing devices, Samsung is  enabling a truly mobile workplace

Samsung Business brings mobile user experience to print marketplace

By combining its tablet technology and Android software with its printing devices, Samsung is enabling a truly mobile workplace

Business & Management From underwear to bacon, pretty much anything is available as a subscription service now. Businesses clearly benefit from the steady cashflow this provides, but consumers are simply paying more for the same products

How we steadily turned into a nation of subscribers

From underwear to bacon, pretty much anything is available as a subscription service now. Businesses clearly benefit from the steady cashflow this provides, but consumers are simply paying more for the same products

By: Aaran Fronda
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Business & Management Managed Print Services is increasingly becoming a full-service data industry. Key player Konica Minolta is committed to leading the way in this period of transition

Konica Minolta leads MPS revolution

Managed Print Services is increasingly becoming a full-service data industry. Key player Konica Minolta is committed to leading the way in this period of transition

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Business & Management The Luxleaks scandal was met with universal outrage, with many calling for heads to roll. As the furore has settled a little, some have begun to view the issue as an opportunity to bring tax avoidance to the top of the European agenda

Luxleaks scandal puts tax avoidance under the microscope

The Luxleaks scandal was met with universal outrage, with many calling for heads to roll. As the furore has settled a little, some have begun to view the issue as an opportunity to bring tax avoidance to the top of the European agenda

By: Matt Timms
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Business & Management The universal approach to logistics is coming to an end. Companies must be flexible in shaping their supply chains. The Port of Antwerp can help with this

Innovation keeps the Port of Antwerp connected to the world

The universal approach to logistics is coming to an end. Companies must be flexible in shaping their supply chains. The Port of Antwerp can help with this

By: Eddy Bruyninckx, CEO, Antwerp Port Authority
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Finance Intercorp is built on the idea that consultancies should remain loyal and responsible to their clients. In an unpredictable financial world, such a service is becoming more and more vital

To face an unpredictable economy, clients must use a reliable consultancy

Intercorp is built on the idea that consultancies should remain loyal and responsible to their clients. In an unpredictable financial world, such a service is becoming more and more vital

By: Leonardo Braune, CEO, Intercorp Group
Business & Management Meetings continue to be indispensible. However, their format is changing, requiring new thinking in terms of spaces and technology

Logitech’s ConferenceCam Connect empowers workers

Meetings continue to be indispensible. However, their format is changing, requiring new thinking in terms of spaces and technology

By: Anne-Marie Ginn, Head of Marketing, Collaboration Group at Logitech EMEA
Business & Management The collapse of a company can be due to market factors. However, in many cases, the failure is the board’s. This is predictable, if certain warning signs are flagged

Failure does not come out of the blue

The collapse of a company can be due to market factors. However, in many cases, the failure is the board’s. This is predictable, if certain warning signs are flagged

By: Eben F Joels, CEO, Boston Knowledge
Business & Management Environmental concerns are now centre-stage for companies worldwide, and paper-free offices are inevitable. Businesses are looking to print service providers to shore up efficiency and compliance

Toshiba works to combine economy, efficiency and ecology

Environmental concerns are now centre-stage for companies worldwide, and paper-free offices are inevitable. Businesses are looking to print service providers to shore up efficiency and compliance

By: Carl A Morris, Senior Vice President, Toshiba Tec
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Finance After successfully marketing itself in North America as a prime asset location with investor-friendly regulation, Bermuda is keen to achieve similar success in Europe

Bermuda becomes prime location for investors

After successfully marketing itself in North America as a prime asset location with investor-friendly regulation, Bermuda is keen to achieve similar success in Europe

By: Ross Webber, CEO, Bermuda Business Development Agency
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Finance Setting ambitious sustainability targets in the midst of economic strife may have put the EU in a difficult position. However, the rising popularity of green bonds looks set to cover the shortfall

Green bonds boost Europe’s sustainability efforts

Setting ambitious sustainability targets in the midst of economic strife may have put the EU in a difficult position. However, the rising popularity of green bonds looks set to cover the shortfall

By: Matt Timms
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Finance As Europe’s energy hub, Aberdeen City and Shire is set to grow in importance. The area is focusing on attracting new investment

Aberdeen City and Shire becomes major oil and gas player

As Europe’s energy hub, Aberdeen City and Shire is set to grow in importance. The area is focusing on attracting new investment

By: Patrick Barnham, ACSEF Communications
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Business & Management Mario Draghi got his wish in January for a wave of quantitative easing (QE) in the eurozone. But is it enough to prevent another debt crisis, and should the ECB have used QE back when everyone else did?

Will quantitative easing rescue the eurozone?

Mario Draghi got his wish in January for a wave of quantitative easing (QE) in the eurozone. But is it enough to prevent another debt crisis, and should the ECB have used QE back when everyone else did?

By: Jules Gray
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Business & Management Global markets have been sent into turmoil as oil prices plummet. But there are new winners rising, writes Korosh Farazad, Chairman and CEO of Farazad Investments, European CEO’s Best Structured Finance Company 2015

How are tumbling oil prices affecting global markets?

Global markets have been sent into turmoil as oil prices plummet. But there are new winners rising, writes Korosh Farazad, Chairman and CEO of Farazad Investments, European CEO’s Best Structured Finance Company 2015

By: Korosh Farazad, Chairman and CEO, Farazad Investments
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Business & Management As technological platforms become more integrated, print services must adapt in order to be able to assist with, rather than interrupt, business processes

Upgrading print; Samsung advises

As technological platforms become more integrated, print services must adapt in order to be able to assist with, rather than interrupt, business processes

By: Paul Birkett, EPO Sales and Marketing Director at Samsung Electronics Europe
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Awards Supplement 2014
Awards2014

The European CEO awards 2014 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.

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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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