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Top 10 digital technologies the boss should know about

The technological landscape is changing shape faster than ever and it can be hard to navigate, so here’s a helpful guide to the future...

Football

UEFA 2016: a truly international tournament

The UEFA Euro 2016 football championships kick off in June. The 24 team rosters show just how integrated Europe’s football leagues already are. The English Premier League, one of world sport’s financial powerhouses, provides employment for more of the tournament’s players than any other — although precious few English, Welsh or Northern Irish players come from clubs overseas. After the tournament in France is over, a few of those UK-based players could well be looking for new jobs

Mechanics

The Formula E car broken down

The chassis and battery are standard, but for season two Formula E has opened up development of the car’s other components to the teams’ engineers

Dispatches

Big Deal

Greece squeezed as creditors mull debt relief

After seven years and billions of euros worth of bailouts, Greece’s European creditors and the IMF still cannot agree on debt relief

Environment

El Niño adds to Asia’s climate fears

South-East Asia’s agricultural base is under threat from the unnaturally strong El Niño weather event, which has caused droughts and threatened food supplies across the world

Figurehead

‘The Punisher’ promises Philippines crackdowns

Filipinos have elected the tough-talking mayor of Davao, Rodrigo Duterte, as their president, who promises a violent assault on crime and militancy

Corruption

Cracking the shell companies

The 'Panama Papers', leaked documents detailing how world leaders and their families have money held in shell companies, has once again exposed the dubious business of tax havens

Flashpoint

Refugees caught up in Kenya’s security fears

The Kenyan government has said it will close the Dadaab refugee camp, which it claims harbours terrorists from the Somali Islamist group Al-Shabaab

Economy

UK burned by China's steel meltdown

China is dumping steel onto the international markets, forcing down prices and causing a crisis in the UK’s manufacturing industry

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If a strike is coming, workers know it first

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