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A boom in co-working spaces is offering freelancers flexibility. But are these business incubators a timely innovation or real-estate opportunism?

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Step into my office

As hotdesking becomes the norm for companies around the world, we’ve been granted a privileged peek at the far more permanent desks and office spaces of some select CEOs and founders around the world. Constancy, it seems…

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In good company

We all want to work in an environment that’s friendly, challenging and gets the best out of us. The companies featured here are benchmarks in particular fields, whether it’s looking after employees, maintaining traditions…

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Outdoor guy

Doing things differently is at the heart of landscape designer Thomas Woltz’s success. Amid all the high-profile projects, he explains the guiding ethos that keeps his firm grounded.

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Live the dream

In the start of a regular series we look at potential bases for your HQ: first up, an Aussie town where your work life comes with a surf lifestyle too.

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Office job

One of Switzerland’s smartest property firms helped improve a once-unloved stretch of Zürich. Now Ledermann has tackled its most ambitious project – developers everywhere take note.

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Strong foundation

Despite being fired from two jobs, Monica von Schmalensee now heads Scandinavia’s largest architecture practice. She mulls over the merits of being direct in the design world.

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Business briefing

Lithuania’s visa just for entrepreneurs, Norway’s dreamiest business – and what would the founder of Hong Kong’s latest sunglasses brand spend €5,000 on?

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Cruise control

As Paolo Vitelli prepares to hand the reins of his world-dominating luxury-yacht business to his daughter, it seems unlikely that he will be heading into retirement quietly.

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All Thai-ed up

From deli chains to department stores, wealthy Thai business owners are buying up foreign companies to expand their empires and increase profits. What’s next on their shopping lists?

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The full package

Yamato Transport is the largest parcel-delivery service in Japan – but it’s also so much more. Its president, Yutaka Nagao, tells us that understanding his customers’ needs is why the brand has stayed on the right track.

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