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The writers paid to make entries sparkle, dismaying amateurs

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Frank Gehry Building ©Andrew Worssam
Sydney architecture aims to change the way students work and create an innovative spirit
– Edwin Heathcote
Co-founders of Gusto, Timo Schmidt (white short) and James Carter. Gusto is an online food delivery services, which provides exact portions of the ingredients needed to produce interesting, nutricious meals. Timo, one of the two founders, is now studying for an executive MBA at Judge Business School, Cambridge. ©Charlie Bibby
City bankers in London develop a taste for the food industry
– Jonathan Moules
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Lapland

Finnish treasure map to lure tourists

Design plan to revive remote Lapland hamlets

BEIJING, CHINA - JANUARY 15: (CHINA OUT) Lei Jun, chairman and CEO of China's Xiaomi Inc. presents the company's new product, the Mi Note on January 15, 2015 in Beijing, China. China's leading smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc. presented their new smartphone the 'Mi Note' today, which is expected provide strong competition for the Apple iPhone 6 Plus. (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)
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Xiaomi Mi Note: Apple lookalike makes mark

Chinese smartphone’s sophistication deserves wider airing

BBVA

Bank vaults that hoard bytes not bullion

Spain’s BBVA is trying to lead retail banking’s digital evolution

Good businesses doing bad things

There is a pattern to companies that employ decent people and fall into disgrace

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Review: ‘Captivology’ by Ben Parr

The science and tips of capturing attention

Degree skipped, product shipped

James Proud left London for California and created a sleep sensor

We should value tech unicorns and zebras

Individuals and start-ups have opportunities and must be allowed to flourish, writes Saul Klein

Miami: US gateway for Latin America

Start-ups drawn by chance to tap into Spanish speaking community

An app that makes music lessons fun

Children can access the cloud-based product at school or at home

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