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This infographic from The Future CEO Special Report, highlights the challenges and opportunities that CEOs will face over the next two years. The graphic reveals growth is the top strategic priority for the majority of CEOs, followed by customer care and company culture. Meanwhile, the graphic highlights the most important skills for a CEO in a modern business which include innovation, technology and agility. Scroll down to view the full infographic

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This infographic from the Smart Technology and Living Special Report tracks the rapid rise of wearable technology. The graphic highlights the growth of the market, motivations for using this tech, as well as items most likely to be replace by wearables in the future. Meanwhile, the infographic reveals the most popular market for wearables is Australia, followed by the United States and Italy. Scroll down to view the full infographic

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