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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
Culture ALS, MS fatigue, addictive behaviours and PTSD are all under the drug discovery lab's microscope

Chronos Therapeutics acquisitions bring hope for diseases of ageing

ALS, MS fatigue, addictive behaviours and PTSD are all under the drug discovery lab’s microscope

Culture As companies rush to partner with popular podcasts, a unique form of trusted storytelling is creating advertisements people actually want to hear,

Podcasts make radio the future of advertising

As companies rush to partner with popular podcasts, a unique form of trusted storytelling is creating advertisements people actually want to hear,

By: Emily Cashen
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Culture A new range of exclusive corporate and lifestyle gift collections is set to redefine the limits of crystal embellishment

Swarovski reinvents corporate gifts

A new range of exclusive corporate and lifestyle gift collections is set to redefine the limits of crystal embellishment

By: Swarovski
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Culture With cars increasingly held to blame for the decline of urban centres, Barcelona is pushing forward with a bold project to reclaim the city for a new class of space-conscious urban dwellers

Barcelona is fighting for pedestrians – but is the project misguided?

With cars increasingly held to blame for the decline of urban centres, Barcelona is pushing forward with a bold project to reclaim the city for a new class of space-conscious urban dwellers

By: Tom Bailey
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Culture Looking back, 2016 was an interesting year for the yacht market, with some economic uncertainty, new trends and emerging markets changing the face of the industry

Fraser Yachts analyses the state of the yacht industry

Looking back, 2016 was an interesting year for the yacht market, with some economic uncertainty, new trends and emerging markets changing the face of the industry

By: Raphael Sauleau, CEO, Fraser Yachts
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Culture The superyacht industry was hit hard by the financial crisis, but sales are increasing, with new demographics setting new trends

With its full-service offering, Burgess is the perfect yachting partner

The superyacht industry was hit hard by the financial crisis, but sales are increasing, with new demographics setting new trends

By: Alev Karagulle, Director of Marketing and Communications, Burgess
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Culture Art collecting is no longer just for individuals – it can set a company apart, create office harmony, and build brand identity

Art enriches the workplace and can be a useful investment for employers

Art collecting is no longer just for individuals – it can set a company apart, create office harmony, and build brand identity

By: Fabienne Nicholas, Head of Consultancy, Contemporary Art Society
Culture Chinese art is experiencing a surge in popularity around the globe. While capitalising on this new trend, Jorge Welsh Works of Art is staying true to its original vision

Jorge Welsh brings culturally important Chinese art to Europe

Chinese art is experiencing a surge in popularity around the globe. While capitalising on this new trend, Jorge Welsh Works of Art is staying true to its original vision

By: Jorge Welsh, Founder, Jorge Welsh Gallery
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Culture In a sector where longstanding tradition is meeting new technology, watchmakers are struggling to pick a path. For Urban Jürgensen, maintaining high standards is the easy choice

Urban Jürgensen demonstrates the value of tradition and heritage

In a sector where longstanding tradition is meeting new technology, watchmakers are struggling to pick a path. For Urban Jürgensen, maintaining high standards is the easy choice

By: Søren Jenry Petersen, CEO, Urban Jürgensen
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
Culture Through strong local knowledge and a host of modern masterpieces, Opera Gallery Group guides clients from novice to expert

Opera Gallery leads clients to higher appreciation and better investment

Through strong local knowledge and a host of modern masterpieces, Opera Gallery Group guides clients from novice to expert

By: Gilles Dyan, CEO, Opera Gallery Group
Culture From Realism to early Modernism, the 19th century gave birth to a variety of artistic movements. After decades of being overlooked by collectors, the era is on the cusp of a revival

It’s time to snap up affordable 19th century art

From Realism to early Modernism, the 19th century gave birth to a variety of artistic movements. After decades of being overlooked by collectors, the era is on the cusp of a revival

By: Eric Weider, Founder, Gallery 19C
Culture Increasingly time-poor travellers need a bespoke service that responds to their needs, preferences and budgets

Quintessentially’s personalised service makes corporate travel a breeze

Increasingly time-poor travellers need a bespoke service that responds to their needs, preferences and budgets

By: Jenny Graham, Director, Quintessentially Travel
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
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