When pharma leadership becomes your own choice
In a heavily regulated industry, it can be difficult to stay afloat. Megalabs outlines some of the challenges and pitfalls faced by pharmaceutical companies, and explains the necessary steps that must be taken to become a leader in the field
Building resilience for a post-pandemic world
The world was given a unique opportunity in 2020 to take stock of what truly matters and start to better plan for the future through sustainable infrastructure projects
A sustainable supply chain future in North America
By maximising fuel efficiency for lower energy consumption and emissions, CSX is delivering on its vision to help customers lower their carbon footprint and embrace sustainability
How can we restructure business to put people first?
The pace of modern life has stepped up a gear in this technology-fuelled era, making it difficult to remember that life should be a marathon, not a sprint, and we should remember to take time to value the very qualities that make us human
Atradius: Innovation will be key to 2021 – but make sure you’re getting paid
The trade credit insurance provider is anticipating a substantial increase in insolvencies in 2021 as stimulus packages expire
Are Presidential campaigns worth the vast expense?
The US presidential election is as much about splashing the cash as it is about winning people over. But the winner isn’t necessarily the biggest spender
Navigating bonus culture in the finance sector
The contentious issue of bonuses has been put on hold amid the COVID-19 pandemic. But, asks Alex Katsomitros, will these payouts return once the global economy has recovered?
Investment in a small yet ambitious nation
Dominica’s Citizenship by Investment Programme provides individuals with the ideal opportunity to support public and private sector projects in the country while gaining unfettered access to a unique and beautiful part of the world
The code of conduct: why recycling is key to ON Semiconductor’s sustainability efforts
All businesses have a responsibility to act sustainably, taking social and environmental considerations into account. The semiconductor industry is leading the way in this regard by reducing its carbon footprint and investing in energy-efficient technologies
Businesses must do more to support their employees’ mental health
As they begin to recognise the implications of not taking action, businesses and governments have pushed the issue of Mental health up their agendas. But are they doing enough?
Venture capital firms are directing investors’ funds towards sustainable assets
Today, investors care about more than just making good returns. Increasingly, they place a great deal of importance on sustainability, with governments and private sector firms alike helping them make ethical choices
Changing the climate to change the future
As sustainability grows in importance worldwide, the pioneering work of businesses like City Developments Limited demonstrates how environmental efforts can be pursued while enhancing profitability
What COVID-19 means for financial globalisation
The COVID-19 pandemic may reinforce segmentation in world markets, exacerbating a trend that has been gathering pace since the financial crisis
Majority of US firms in Hong Kong concerned about security laws, survey finds
A survey of US companies reveals widespread fears about the impact that Beijing’s planned national security legislation could have on business operations in Hong Kong
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