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The Long Road to Gender Equality

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Based on current trends, the global gender gap will not be closed for another 100 years. These predictions are of course fluid. In fact, this year’s figure is even an increase on 2016 – in the last report, the time …

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Screen Time Dominates Kid’s Play

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Do you have the feeling your child spends most of its life glued to a screen? The good news is, you’re not alone in thinking this, the bad news – your assumption is probably correct. According to a survey of U.S. …

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The States Benefiting the Most From NAFTA

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With the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) still hanging in the balance as negotiations between Canada, Mexico and the United States reached an apparent impasse in October, a number of high-profile figures, bodies and industries have been voicing their …

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Europe’s Tech Giants

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When you think of tech companies you probably imagine a stylish modern office somewhere in California. While this certainly is the tech capital of the world, other regions are also emerging to challenge the Golden State’s dominance. According to CB Insights, there …

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U.S. Tech Giants Lobbying in Europe

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According to figures from Transparency International, when it comes to lobbying, the U.S. tech giant setting aside the most money in Europe is Microsoft. Having had 84 high-level meetings with the European Commission since 2014, the Washington-based company has recorded €4.5 million of …

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The Numbers Behind Google’s Online Empire

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Yesterday’s opening keynote at Google I/O offered us a rare glimpse at some numbers behind the company’s vast online offerings. Among other things, CEO Sundar Pichai revealed that more than two billion Android devices are actively used around the world and that …

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Demographic

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Demographic is the study of a population based on factors such as age, race and sex, among others. Governments, corporations and non-government organizations use demographics to learn more about a population’s characteristics for many purposes, including policy development and economic …

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