Contributors / Matt Alagiah

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On the case

One of the world’s youngest CEOs has set about refreshing the culture at luggage label Rimowa, bringing in new working practices, new talent and new business ideas.

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Breaking new ground

From Europe to Asia and the US, large-scale urban-regeneration projects promise to transform entire city neighbourhoods. We plot the progress of five favourites.

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All together now

Are co-living spaces the answer to loneliness? Reza Merchant’s Collective in London’s Old Oak has proved a hit and now he’s primed to make his social experiment a global endeavour.

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Core strength

The world’s biggest brand believes bricks-and-mortar retail is the future – and, used well, can fix our isolation. We sit down with the executive who’s creating new ‘town squares’ where we can all come together and, of…

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Data base

As the last members of staff move in, we step inside global business analyst Bloomberg’s new European headquarters.

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Tried and tested

This is the year to strike out on your own. But don’t go in blind. Learn from the young upstarts who’ve made a success of setting up magazines, podcasts and TV streaming services.

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Pressing ahead

From classroom to newsroom, Giovanni di Lorenzo has learned how to adapt, and now Die Zeit’s editor in chief is successfully adjusting to the many challenges facing the print industry.

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Venture forth

Matt Alagiah reporting on start-ups: So your dream of setting up in business has long foundered on the lack of an actual idea? Allow us to propose 15 enterprising concepts that fill gaping gaps in the market. Now quit your…

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Rolling in the aisles

For the world’s biggest trolley-maker, online retail isn’t a problem – it’s a challenge. Meet Wanzl, a company that knows what direction it’s heading in.

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The greatest show on earth

Curzon CEO Philip Knatchbull has been key to bringing arthouse distribution up to speed and on-demand. But he hasn’t forgotten the magic of the big screen, delivering gracefully designed cinema spaces that celebrate the…

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On the market

In the past year the retail landscape has benefited from discerning rethinks, ambitious new concepts and smart shopping solutions. Here are our picks.

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Cross to bear

As director-general of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Yves Daccord has learnt to take a calm approach to life-or-death decisions.

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Give them a hand

The modern luxury watch: a thing of beauty that must stay timeless but not be stuck in a time warp. It’s an ever-evolving balancing act, as the people behind Swiss watchmakers Raymond Weil, Chopard and Vacheron Constantin…

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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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Spokes people

City bikes are enjoying an unprecedented boom. Meet the retailers keeping pace with the latest trends in a fast-moving market.

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Joint effort

An elite club for wealthy nations no more: under the guidance of Angel Gurría and his team, the OECD has broadened its membership and kept pace with a perplexing global economy.

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Small story

As demand grows, city living spaces are getting more compact. But there are opportunities to be had by embracing micro homes.

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Well served

What if hotels and restaurants were unable to employ the global workforce that has made them so successful? If you like your flat white with a smile, read 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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Making time

In a tough environment for watchmakers, A Lange & Söhne is determined to maintain the high standards that have won it a loyal following. CEO Wilhelm Schmid explains his plans.

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Sleep with me

Mattress-in-a-box companies seem to have sprung up out of nowhere. But as the sleep industry wakes from its slumber, there is a simple question: are any of these new arrivals really delivering a dream product?

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Head for heights

With a raft of new aircraft and a brand refresh waiting in the wings, we speak to Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr about what lies ahead for the German flag-carrier.

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