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Economist:
Schmidt's “How Google Works” encourages managers to think big, fail fast, rely on data, but these principles may not apply to the average company   —  Don't be modest  —  AS A service, Google has become indispensable to people's interactions online.
Sep 28, 2014, 8:05 PMIn context
Economist:
Electronics companies in Japan are starting to turn themselves around, but they are a shadow of their former selves   —  Electronics companies in Japan are starting to turn themselves around, but they are a shadow of their former selves  —  FOR Sony it was a bittersweet moment.
Jul 13, 2014, 7:35 PMIn context
The Economist:
South Korea's internet, though technically advanced, is heavily censored   —  Why South Korea is really an internet dinosaur  —  SOUTH KOREA likes to think of itself as a world leader when it comes to the internet.  It boasts the world's swiftest average broadband speeds (of around 22 megabits per second).
Feb 17, 2014, 1:55 AMIn context
Economist:
Bitcoin's success is putting it under growing strain   —  Bitcoin under pressure  —  Virtual currency: It is mathematically elegant, increasingly popular and highly controversial.  Bitcoin's success is putting it under growing strain  —  From the print edition
Dec 1, 2013, 1:55 AMIn context
Economist:
Upcoming USB Power Delivery standard brings variable voltage, up to 100W to device charging   —  Edison's revenge  —  The humble USB cable is part of an electrical revolution.  It will make power supplies greener and cheaper  —  From the print edition  —  FIDDLY cables …
Oct 23, 2013, 4:25 AMIn context
The Economist:
Satellite positioning-data are vital—but the signal is surprisingly easy to disrupt   —  EVERY day for up to ten minutes near the London Stock Exchange, someone blocks signals from the global positioning system (GPS) network of satellites.  Navigation systems in cars stop working and timestamps …
Jul 30, 2013, 7:10 AMIn context
Economist:
Start-ups founded by immigrants are creating jobs all over America   —  ON APRIL 19th Jack Markell, the governor of Delaware, is due to visit a new factory being built in his state by Bloom Energy, a start-up based in Silicon Valley.  Bloom makes clean power-generation systems using a novel fuel-cell technology.
Apr 14, 2013, 7:40 AMIn context
Economist:
E-commerce in China: The Alibaba phenomenon   —  China's e-commerce giant could generate enormous wealth—provided the country's rulers leave it alone Mar 23rd 2013 |  From the print edition ON ITS way to becoming the world's biggest economy, China is passing another landmark.
Mar 27, 2013, 9:05 AMIn context
Economist:
Information technology in Africa   —  Technology companies have their eye on Africa.  IBM is leading the way  —  NAIROBI |  From the print edition  —  MAMADOU NDIAYE grew up in Senegal.  His parents were “not poor, but not rich”.  He was fascinated by mathematics …
Feb 18, 2013, 9:20 PMIn context
Economist:
The Nordic region is becoming a hothouse of entrepreneurship   —  IN 2010 A GROUP of students at Aalto University, just outside Helsinki, embarked on the most constructive piece of student activism in the history of the genre.  They had been converted to the power of entrepreneurialism during …
Feb 3, 2013, 3:20 PMIn context

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