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According to a new report, global art sales fell by 11 percent in 2016, marking the market’s lowest point since the global financial crisis

Art sales tumble due to political and economic uncertainty

According to a new report, global art sales fell by 11 percent in 2016, marking the market’s lowest point since the global financial crisis

Business & Management Fears regarding Europe’s future are gaining traction, with the manager of global hedge fund Frank Templeton warning “things are not normal in Europe”

Frank Templeton hedges against populism

Fears regarding Europe’s future are gaining traction, with the manager of global hedge fund Frank Templeton warning “things are not normal in Europe”

By: Kim Darrah
Business & Management Despite a disastrous five years at the helm of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer’s payout as she steps down from the company will total $23m

Marissa Mayer’s golden parachute worth $23m

Despite a disastrous five years at the helm of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer’s payout as she steps down from the company will total $23m

Business & Management Insurance executive and ex-professional footballer Mark Tucker has been appointed HSBC Group Chairman amid reports current CEO Stuart Gulliver will step down next year

AIA chief appointed as HSBC Chairman

Insurance executive and ex-professional footballer Mark Tucker has been appointed HSBC Group Chairman amid reports current CEO Stuart Gulliver will step down next year

By: Kim Darrah
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Business & Management After much posturing, Starbucks has finally settled on how it plans to open up its first Italian location, in Milan - the home of espresso

Starbucks finally commits to Italy

After much posturing, Starbucks has finally settled on how it plans to open up its first Italian location, in Milan – the home of espresso

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Business & Management With high-profile scandals becoming more common in the corporate world, instilling a positive workplace culture is essential for companies and investors alike

Why you should invest in workplace culture

With high-profile scandals becoming more common in the corporate world, instilling a positive workplace culture is essential for companies and investors alike

By: Rita Trehan, Human Resources Director, Honeywell and AES
Business & Management After almost 16 years, Carlos Ghosn is relinquishing his role as Nissan CEO, in order to take up the position of Chairman as part of a gradual leadership change

Carlos Ghosn steps down as Nissan CEO

After almost 16 years, Carlos Ghosn is relinquishing his role as Nissan CEO, in order to take up the position of Chairman as part of a gradual leadership change

By: Callum Glennen
Business & Management Samsung heir and Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong is alleged to have paid up to $36m to aides in exchange for political influence

Samsung Vice Chairman arrested for bribery and embezzlement

Samsung heir and Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong is alleged to have paid up to $36m to aides in exchange for political influence

By: Emily Cashen
Finance Swiss lender Credit Suisse posted a loss of $2.34bn for the last three months of 2016, prompting a major internal restructuring push

Credit Suisse to cut 6,500 jobs after worse-than-expected losses

Swiss lender Credit Suisse posted a loss of $2.34bn for the last three months of 2016, prompting a major internal restructuring push

By: Emily Cashen
Business & Management The Japanese conglomerate has delayed its latest earnings report, anticipating a multi-billion dollar loss

Toshiba chairman steps down amid concerns over losses

The Japanese conglomerate has delayed its latest earnings report, anticipating a multi-billion dollar loss

By: Emily Cashen
Business & Management Reckitt Benckiser's acquisition of Mead Johnson will boost the UK company’s consumer health ambitions, strengthening the firm’s position in developing markets

Consumer goods giant Reckitt Benckiser to buy Mead Johnson

Reckitt Benckiser’s acquisition of Mead Johnson will boost the UK company’s consumer health ambitions, strengthening the firm’s position in developing markets

By: Emily Cashen
Business & Management Driven mostly by wind power, 86 percent of the new energy capacity added to Europe’s grid last year was from renewable sources. However, the future of the industry looks somewhat uncertain

Change in the wind for Europe’s energy

Driven mostly by wind power, 86 percent of the new energy capacity added to Europe’s grid last year was from renewable sources. However, the future of the industry looks somewhat uncertain

By: Callum Glennen
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Culture The US First Lady is seeking $150m in damages from the UK newspaper, claiming that it cost her a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to profit from her brand

Melania Trump re-files $150m Daily Mail lawsuit

The US First Lady is seeking $150m in damages from the UK newspaper, claiming that it cost her a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to profit from her brand

By: Emily Cashen
Business & Management Tiffany & Co CEO Frederic Cumenal has left the jewellery chain after less than two years; following poor holiday sales and disappointing financial results

Tiffany CEO steps down amid disappointing sales

Tiffany & Co CEO Frederic Cumenal has left the jewellery chain after less than two years; following poor holiday sales and disappointing financial results

By: Emily Cashen
Business & Management Joining a long list of Leica CEOs with short tenures, Oliver Kaltner will leave the German camera firm later this year. Leica is in good financial health, but a replacement must be found soon

Oliver Kaltner steps down as Leica CEO after just 20 months in charge

Joining a long list of Leica CEOs with short tenures, Oliver Kaltner will leave the German camera firm later this year. Leica is in good financial health, but a replacement must be found soon

By: Temoor Iqbal
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Business & Management Through the integration of new digital standards and innovative loading systems, the Port of Tallinn is making shipping more efficient, environmentally friendly, and affordable for all parties

The Port of Tallinn is digitalising the shipping industry

Through the integration of new digital standards and innovative loading systems, the Port of Tallinn is making shipping more efficient, environmentally friendly, and affordable for all parties

By: Valdo Kalm, Chairman, Port of Tallinn
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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