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Special Features, 11

25 April 2017

The future of luxury travel will certainly be fast-moving. Can small brands win big by telling better stories? Can long-haul travel really go low-cost? And will robots greet us in the lobbies of hotels or might common sense…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 133

23 April 2017

Artificial intelligence could have a major impact upon Asia – and the world at large. According to a new UBS CIO report, by 2030 it will have added up to $3trn of economic value to Asia annually. We’ll explore that data…

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The Entrepreneurs, 288

19 April 2017

Have you ever listened to an audiobook – that grandfather of the modern podcast, once defined by cassettes and CDs at your local bookstore? Now slick, digital and massively popular, audiobooks are the fastest growing seg…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 132

16 April 2017

Polling and survey data came under fire last year as investors, like many others, were confounded by one political outcome after another. So how important are surveys for investors? Should we discount them or are their…

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The Entrepreneurs, Eureka 43: Urbanito

14 April 2017

Simon and Elaine MacKenzie are the husband-and-wife team behind new family-friendly city-guide brand Urbanito. While travelling with their children the Scottish duo discovered a lack of smart and stylish travel guides that…

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The Entrepreneurs, 287

12 April 2017

This week we meet Ben Saunders, one of the world’s most famous polar explorers. In 2004, he became the youngest person to ski solo to the North Pole and a decade later he completed the longest human-powered polar expedition…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 131

9 April 2017

We ask whether investors should be positioning for a stronger or a weaker dollar and if stronger global growth led by the US inevitably means higher US-borrowing costs. Plus: is the fate of emerging markets still entwined…

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The Entrepreneurs, 286

5 April 2017

In a former life, Robin Roberts studied zoology, was an officer in the British army and spent two decades at an executive search firm. It was then that he saw qualified executives consistently mess up job interviews. Robin…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 130

2 April 2017

UBS and partner Ashoka support social enterprises by bringing innovative solutions to bear on some of the world’s most pressing problems. We hear from Ashoka director Mark Cheng on why the private sector has a crucial role…

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The Entrepreneurs, 285

29 March 2017

Raoul Shah founded the powerhouse communications agency Exposure in 1993. He’s since pioneered the art of product placement and represented big-hitting clients from Nike and Converse to Coca-Cola and Uniqlo. He explains how…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 129

26 March 2017

We delve into a sector that has traditionally been difficult to quantify. With the help of a new research project produced for UBS and Art Basel by the cultural economist Dr Clare McAndrew, we’ll try to paint a picture of…

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The Entrepreneurs, Eureka 40: Floom

24 March 2017

Lana Elie is the founder of Floom, a London start-up that allows some of the city’s best florists to sell beautiful bouquets through a slick online interface. She quit her job to launch Floom just over a year ago – she…

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