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Schools in the region are expanding and offering students exposure to some of the world’s fastest-growing markets. Plus: China’s business education reform; a look at paternalistic leadership and Australia’s aim to draw back international students
Amid the crisis of Russia’s war in Ukraine, we analyse efforts to secure clean energy’s supply chain, China’s big lead in electric car making, consequences of an emergency rush back to LNG, France’s nuclear revival and other key themes
Investors are realising that loss of biodiversity is as serious as climate change. Plus: activists see executive pay as tool to bring about change; asset funds warned of greenwashing; carbon credits being questioned as tool for net-zero goals; turmoil prompts supply chain audit
Looking at how the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated the learning crisis around the world and exploring innovative ideas and experiments to improve the quality of education for children in low and middle-income countries
How do blue-chip watchmakers repair centuries-old timepieces? And what are these not-for-sale ‘service watches’ that seem to have created a fresh market by themselves?
In this edition: Texas profits from energy crisis despite climate concerns; female business founders are succeeding in the Middle East; investors stand firm on their ESG pledges despite a backlash; yacht owners look to greener options but they aren’t cheap
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Economic progress has been made, but gains are being threatened by the Covid pandemic, which has squeezed economies, and the war in Ukraine, which has raised food prices
Explore a collection of pictorial deconstructions of high-end watches, alongside their brief history and quick analysis.
Certification by B Corp establishes credentials of companies with broader ethical concerns
Pieces that feature the ‘symbol of happiness’ can broaden a brand’s appeal
Watchmakers are responding to demand for tabletop timepieces from digitally jaded buyers seeking ‘meaningful’ objects
Renowned for customising historic Porsche 911s, California-based company Singer is also building a name for itself with its range of limited-edition, retro-style luxury chronographs
When Fleur Damman-van Gelder was recovering from a near-fatal head injury, she took comfort in the work of Marc Mulders. His colour palette can be seen in the Baoli range
Creativity behind this year’s launches is influenced by global supply chain constraints
A report by Credit Suisse suggests that the best inflation protection is offered by Chanel handbags, wristwatches — Rolexes, especially — and traditional Chinese works of art
The philosophy among leading manufacturers has shifted and now a restoration service is every bit as important as a sale — even if your timepiece is a century old or more
The business of buying and selling watches online is booming, but it can be risky. Enter Subdial — on a promise of transparency and with the backing of industry heavyweights
As bullion rides high, rather than raise prices for clients, makers of bespoke pieces are switching to other precious metals and focusing on gemstones
Vintage emerald ring bought in confusion among the interior designer’s accessories with a strong personal connection
The LVMH scion wants to revive traditional brand Daniel Roth focused on craftsmanship and finishing
At 1.75mm, the model picks up the world’s thinnest watch title from previously established contenders
Collectors see the appeal of timepieces originally lent as temporary replacements and not available for sale
Many CEOs on the Forbes top 50 rich list are household names — but plenty are not. Some of them prefer to just get on with the job
Boat builders are addressing the environmental concerns of luxury-vessel owners in an effort to curb huge carbon emissions and to show they care about the planet
Beijing’s talk of ‘going after the entrepreneurs’, its draconian Covid lockdowns and a growing hostility to China from the west all make the city-state an attractive place to reside
Environmental, social and governance criteria are back on the agenda — despite rising energy prices, climate change and global conflict
In a region where most companies are headed up by men, women are now giving their male counterparts a run for their money
Rupert Russell tells shocking anecdotes about hyperinflation in Venezuela, but his argument that capitalism is the primary driver of human suffering doesn’t stack up
Complaints about flight noise by residents of this Long Island enclave, where rich Manhattanites jet in for summer, are not new. But the legal battle is escalating
Despite the Biden administration’s climate concerns, demand for domestic fuel has surged. And those who took risks are cashing in
Japan faces scrutiny over $1.1tn climate plan as power crunch revives the nuclear debate. Plus: why Japanese carmakers are defending the combustion engine; fixing tuna farming’s sustainability problem; and the start-up on a mission to clean up space
As the industry descends on the Farnborough air show, for its first gathering since the Covid pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, both these factors are changing its economics — in terms of supply chains, aircraft orders, and cyber security