GLOBAL

Remote-work visas will shape the future of work, travel and citizenship

Smaller countries have been competing for tourists for years. New remote work visas suggest they are now competing for citizens...

By Dave Cook 7 Sep 2020

SOUTH AFRICA

Amazon's Paul Misener on the link between innovation and diversity

Amazon veteran Paul Misener shared insight into how the e-commerce giant approaches innovation and the profound role a diverse workforce plays in this process...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 21 Jul 2020

GLOBAL

In praise of the office: let's learn from Covid-19 and make the traditional workplace better

Having had to rapidly adjust to working from home due to Covid-19, many people are now having to readjust to life back in the office...

By Geoff Plimmer, Diep Nguyen, Esme Franken, Stephen Teo 29 Jun 2020

GLOBAL

Coronavirus: 5 ways to be a better manager when working from home

Anyone in a position of management has, overnight, lost many of the tangible aspects of doing their job...

By Thomas Roulet 26 Mar 2020

GLOBAL

New study ties board diversity with improved innovation, efficiency

A new study from the UBC Sauder School of Business has found that companies that appoint more women to their boards are able to fuel groundbreaking innovation, improve efficiency, spur growth, increase competitiveness and reduce risk...

10 Feb 2020

SOUTH AFRICA

Female millennials are the most confident and ambitious of any female generation

New PwC survey dispels myths about women and work...

5 Mar 2015

FINLAND

Paper giant UPM slashes European paper production, cuts 550 jobs

HELSINKI, FINLAND: The world's leading maker of magazine paper, Finland's UPM-Kymmene, announced 550 job losses in Europe on Thursday in an industry hard hit by readers moving to digital publications...

17 Nov 2014

FINLAND

Angry Birds not selling so jobs going

HELSINKI, FINLAND: Rovio, the Finnish manufacturer of the popular mobile game "Angry Birds" announced has it is cutting at least 130 jobs, because sales have fallen sharply.

6 Oct 2014

FINLAND

Nokia boss takes 45% pay cut

HELSINKI, FINLAND: Nokia, once the world's biggest mobile phone maker, said its chief executive Stephen Elop received no bonus in 2012, reducing his overall income by 45%.

11 Mar 2013

UNITED KINGDOM

Overview of European Internet usage in September 2011

LONDON, UK: comScore, Inc has released an overview of Internet usage in Europe, showing 373.4 million unique visitors went online in September 2011 for an average of 26.4 hours per person. This release highlights Internet usage in 49 European markets aggregated into the European region and provides individual reporting on 18 markets.

17 Nov 2011

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