A smartphone app could help curb mental health issues by monitoring the user’s speech patterns.
While people generally prefer to see jobs go to people rather than to robots, this preference reverses when they consider their own jobs. In that case, they prefer to be replaced by robots, new research from Stefano Puntoni, Professor of Marketing at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) reveals.
Natural disasters, such as tornadoes, cyclones and hurricanes, are causing governments to become more oppressive, according to research from Durham University Business School, in partnership with Deakin Business School and Monash School of Business Malaysia.
Following its global launch in Dubai, The Spirit of Dubai Parfums by Nabeel brings SHUMUKH to London; the world’s most expensive unisex perfume valued at £1.015 million. SHUMUKH, which in Arabic translates to ‘deserving the highest’, unites the art of jewellery and perfumery to create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that tells the tale of the great Emirate through seven core design elements.
The strong links between the Tees Valley and the United States have been praised as Mayor Ben Houchen hosted US Ambassador Woody Johnson on a tour of the region yesterday (July 30).
Harrogate-based company designing and manufacturing pods for luxury camping has secured its first overseas deal with a campsite operator in the Netherlands.
Glasgow-based smart mobile marketing agency, Digitonic, has announced that it is to open a new office in India as it makes its first moves to expand internationally into Asia.
UK Export Finance (UKEF) recently published its annual report and accounts, showing it has provided support worth over £3 billion to exporters in the manufacturing industry.
For the first time, researchers have revealed how our brains respond to engaging videos, with new research from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).
HARIBO, the UK’s leading sweets manufacturer, has announced plans to increase production, creating more than 50 new jobs at its Castleford facility in West Yorkshire.
Investment in a new high-speed press is set to help a Birmingham metal stamping specialist capitalise on 20% growth over the last twelve months.
Natasha Mudhar, the chief executive of global impact enterprise The World We Want, an organisation aimed to unlock the creative potential of ideas, people, network and technology to accelerate progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), spoke on the potential for public-private partnerships to encourage the much needed $1.6 trillion annual fund needed to achieve the SDGs by 2030 at Cannes Lions.
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