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China Daily: Country makes giant strides in innovation

Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on Chinese innovation. "The capabilities in rapid innovation and improving industrial processes China has built over the past 20 years have provided an important springboard to become…

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The Economist: A grim outlook

Airports and seaports process huge quantities of goods. A disaster that downs one can have an outsized impact, says Andrew Coburn of Cambridge University’s Centre for Risk Studies, an academic group. Along with colleagues, he has analysed maritime trade and…

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The Conversation: Why Arm’s sale to Nvidia has stunned the tech industry

Hamza Mudassir, Visiting Fellow and MBA alumnus at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about Arm’s sale to a Swiss tech company and why this might be a threat to the British chip designer's future. “If this acquisition completes as planned,…

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Business Because: What does Huawei’s UK 5G ban mean for the Internet Of Things?

Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on 5G and Internet of Things. “Much of the innovation in the IoT will depend on 5G, because it is key to everything from machinery, to infrastructure,…

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Alliance Magazine: The ethics of platform philanthropy

The growth and democratisation of giving through online platforms as one of the key trends that will shape post-pandemic philanthropy, said Bill Gates in a recent interview for the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy (CSP) at Cambridge Judge Business School. The…

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