Imagine paying people no strings attached cash, whether they have a job or not. In California, two experiments are being planned that some think could be the solution to a potentially jobless dystopian future.
On Tuesday 29 January, we hosted an event on the implications of Russian sanctions for international and Russian businesses in 2019 and beyond.
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In this episode we meet Bulgarian tech pioneer Kalin Radev.
The fight is on to attract business away from London. But what should banks be thinking about when deciding where to move?
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In this episode we meet Ukrainian entrepreneur Maxim Gerbut, the creator of the ultimate smart house, PassivDom.
In August 2008, the prospect of Tbilisi as a thriving tourist destination was distant and improbable. Georgia was at war with Russia over the separatist regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, a conflict that displaced around 192,000 people.
In this podcast, Marina Guryeva, co-founder of Cyber Fund, explains why now is not a bad time to be a cryptocurrency business in the country at the moment, while blockchain professionals are keeping a bag packed just in case.
Summer feels like it is already here. Given the upcoming electoral calendar the political temperature will also likely rise.
It might only be a procedural step but this week marked another important pre-Brexit negotiations milestone. The Council of Ministers’ General Affairs Council (GAC) formally approved its Brexit “negotiating directives”, the final procedural hurdle ahead of the start of negotiations proper.
Applications for British citizenship from the 14 “original” EU member countries including Germany, France and Italy have more than tripled since the year before the Brexit referendum, analysis has revealed.