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Chris Stibbs, CEO of The Economist: A Finger on the Reader’s Pulse

Chris Stibbs, the new CEO of The Economist, on staying competitive in the fast-changing world of publishing, native advertising.

by Neelima | Jun. 9 2014

Cyber vulnerability: Is a digital disaster the next big thing?

The Heartbleed internet security bug has exposed just how vulnerable the world is to a digital disaster. Networked computers have.

by Bennett Voyles | Apr. 14 2014

China Roundup: A stimulus package to beat the slowdown; Alibaba’s offline investment and Huawei’s results

This week that was: China releases a moderate stimulus package; Alibaba picks up a stake in Intime Retail; Huawei scores.

by Major Tian | Apr. 4 2014

Bioenergy in China: Can China Learn from Germany’s Experience?

Germany’s experiment with bioenergy villages shows that alternative energy sources can spur rural value creation. This has lessons.

by Christoph Burger and Jens Weinmann | Mar. 10 2014

3D Printing: Life in 3D

Prophets of doom say 3D printing will overturn manufacturing in China. They are both right and wrong. Wisps of smoke.

by Colin Shek | Feb. 12 2014

E-books: Black, White and E-read All Over

E-books are heralded as the future of publishing all over the world. Is China blazing a trail or dragging.

by Suzanne Edwards | Jan. 29 2014

Doing ‘Good’ Science by Decoding Genes

BGI-Shenzhen, the world’s largest gene sequencing entity, is placing China on the global genetics map. Yanmei Zhu, Associate.

by Neelima Mahajan | Jan. 21 2014

Genetics Research: Decoding BGI’s Genes

In just 14 years, BGI-Shenzhen has become the world’s largest gene sequencer and has executed a series of.

by Neelima Mahajan | Jan. 20 2014

China Round-up: World’s New Trading Champion; IPO Draws Drama; and Wozniak Endorses Xiaomi

The week that was: China is set to overtake the US as the world’s largest trader; firms delay listing.

by Major Tian | Jan. 17 2014

Technology trends that are Reshaping our World

When Karl Benz created the first vehicle powered by an internal combustion engine in 1886, little did he realize how.

by Neelima Mahajan and Major Tian | Sep. 10 2013

The Land of the Freemium

US businesses have learned that freemium is not a one-size-fits-all solution “Six point five million unique users.

by Ana Swanson | Jul. 2 2013

Kickstarters: China’s Innovation Incubators

China’s incubators set entrepreneurial spirit in motion. Stephen Bell has high hopes for Chinese student entrepreneurs. The American.

by Matthew Fulco | May. 14 2013

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