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As Britain’s Healthiest Workplace reveals its latest annual survey results, we look at smartphone addiction, how German factories are adapting production lines to accommodate older workers and the pitfalls of working at high altitudes

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SIHH and Baselworld join forces to shore up watch fairs’ future; interview with Bulgari chief Jean-Christophe Babin; divorcing couples tussle over jewellery; why Super Bowl’s blingy winners’ rings are getting bigger; designers boost sales through lending jewellery to A-list stars

From genome-editing and digital surgery to the make-up of clinical trials and Cambridge’s future as a UK research hub, FT writers look at the latest developments in health R&D

Part 3/4: The affordability and ethics of production. In this edition: demand for sustainable produce encourages more companies to certify output; combating food crime requires ‘traceability, standardisation and co-operation’; waste not, want not - what is being done to prevent the squandering of human sustenance. Part 4, the final chapter in the series, will publish on March 5. Content from previous chapters is listed below Supported by Rabobank

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In this report: even elite law firms cannot ignore the tech revolution; Pennsylvania ruling shows a way to successfully challenge partisan voting maps; General Motors and Takata refresh; battle for the Supreme Court. Plus: spotlight on Canada

A new Financial Times series exploring the way technology is changing industry and society

Central banks are under ‘green’ pressure to be catalysts of change. We look at integrated reporting, Norway’s use of its oil wealth, Germany’s ‘Mittelstand’ and a top chief executive’s vision of sustainability

How new technologies and environmental concerns are transforming the balance of energy production and consumption across the world

We look for the most promising next generation of innovative and viable companies with impact around the Sustainable Development Goals

Beijing gains ever more influence over global markets; air pollution ranks high in Asia ESG challenges; emerging middle offers bumper payday for fund managers; EM bargains rise to the surface; Asian winners in the US-China trade spat

Once a G20 ‘outlaw’, Argentina this week hosts the G20 summit. We assess how Argentina has changed, and the summit’s prospects, not least given growing tensions between the US and China

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