Google Ventures sets out Europe strategy

Partners announce they will co-invest with leading venture groups

Regulars

Alison Davis-Blake
Michigan’s Alison Davis-Blake on the Ross school and women on boards
– Della Bradshaw
Dean’s column
Theodore Levitt’s intellect was both sharp and inspirational
– John Quelch, Ceibs
Should a company’s employees have a say in who manages them?
– Simon Caulkin

Trium finds a winning formula

A new leader has emerged

Fintech sector complains at bank conduct

British businesses say growth is being obstructed by lack of finance

Bitcoin exchange to trade other currencies

Coinfloor to expand with US dollars, euros and Polish zloty

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JULY 16, 2014. Jeremy Zimmer CEO of United Talent Agency, poses for photographs at their offices in Beverly Hills, July 16, 2014. CREDIT: Ann Johansson.
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Jeremy Zimmer: uber agent goes digital

Hollywood CEO sees UTA as a bridge between technology and media

You may have all the right qualifications

Is our data safe in their hands?

Staff access business information on their own phones

Google passes Goldman in US donations

Tech giant spends more money on midterm political campaigns

August images

August: the digital door lock

Unlocking a door by phone feels cool but will consumers trust it?

Fidelity to offer Betterment platform

Tech start-up will allow financial advisers to offer apps to clients

***Creative Coms' Ars Electronica Water Light Graffiti / Antonin Fourneau (FR) A sponge, brush or water pistol and some water—that’s all it takes to conjure up Water Light Graffiti on a wall studded with thousands of water-sensitive LEDs. The principle is simple; the results are a feast for the eyes. Credit: Florian Voggeneder
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‘Techno-hippies’ versus Silicon Valley

The counter-cultural innovators who aim to carve out a new space

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