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On SecurityDec 4, 2018 | 10:00 GMT
Settlers sit in a shack north of the Palestinian village of al-Mughayyir near the Israeli settlement of Shilo in the occupied West Bank on Nov. 20, 2018.
When Geopolitics and Business Collide
From Israel to China to Spain, companies are becoming increasingly embroiled in foreign policy disputes in the countries in which they operate. Territorial squabbles and ambiguous legal statuses are turning business decisions into foreign policy positions whether those companies like it or not. From Airbnb listings to maps of China, those decisions can create security and continuity concerns for companies caught in the middle. In response to these challenges, corporations need to gain a greater understanding of the disagreements so they can anticipate and head off any disruption to operations.
Partner PerspectivesAug 21, 2017 | 09:15 GMT
On Aug. 21, millions of Americans will migrate to towns along the path of The Great American Eclipse.
This Map Shows Which States Will Benefit From Solar Eclipse Tourism
On Aug. 21, millions of Americans will migrate to towns along the path of The Great American Eclipse, which will stretch over 12 states. The event is already being called the greatest temporary mass migration to see a natural event in U.S. history, and businesses are cashing in on the pent-up enthusiasm for the extremely rare celestial event.
Contributor PerspectivesJun 2, 2017 | 18:01 GMT
A picture of a futuristic-looking drone
Searching for the Next Silicon Valley
Over the past five years, Domino’s Pizza has grown faster than most technology firms. The company has worked extensively on revamping its ordering, logistics and customer relationship management, often operating more like a technology company than a food and beverage brand. In its quest for further growth, the firm has even begun testing a drone delivery service overseas, teaming up with another U.S.-based firm, Flirtey, to deliver pizzas via unmanned aerial vehicle in New Zealand. It plans to someday expand this service across Australia before heading to Europe. Why would two U.S.-based companies choose to launch a new service in multiple foreign markets before trying it at home? The answer might surprise you: regulation.
AssessmentsAug 18, 2016 | 16:50 GMT
The Market for Autonomous Vehicles Revs Up
The Market for Autonomous Vehicles Revs Up
Despite the recent scrutiny surrounding autonomous vehicles, the technology seems to be picking up speed. After three months of testing on the streets of Pittsburgh, Uber has announced that its fleet of self-driving Volvo XC90s will go live later in August. Customers in downtown Pittsburgh will be able to summon a self-driving car, which, for now, will still be manned by an Uber driver who can intervene in the car's operation if need be. And Volvo may soon have competition. Ford announced Aug. 16 that it intends to deploy its own fully autonomous vehicles for ride-booking -- targeting Uber directly -- by 2021. To support its plans, the company has doubled its Silicon Valley and Palo Alto teams and is investing in or collaborating with four startups specializing in light detection and ranging sensors, machine learning, machine vision and 3D mapping, respectively. In addition, traffic navigation app Waze -- whose
On the RoadJun 5, 2016 | 13:01 GMT
As the country gradually opens up to the outside world and its ties with the United States improve, Cuba is in the midst of a new revolution.
Cuba: Communism, Contradiction and Monumental Change
Cuba is embarking on a new era, and the excitement is palpable in the thick Caribbean air. Last year, the United States -- Cuba's longtime political nemesis -- restored full diplomatic relations with the island nation. Soon, Washington could lift the embargo it has held over the country for more than half a century. Change is coming quickly, and with it, tourists.
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