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William R. Feins , freelance journalist from London, UK; he received his B.A. degree in Economics and his Masters in Sociology. William has always been interested in the mechanics of business and the inspiration of original thinkers, and firmly believes that the former can’t succeed without the latter. In his spare time, he enjoys the ridiculous spectacle of watching table tennis on a big screen (preferably at a pub) and reading weighty tomes about World War II.

IPOs Continue to Soar Despite the Covid-19 Crisis

Despite the crushing effects of Covid-19, 2020 and 2021 have turned out to be blockbuster years for IPOs. According to BuyShares.co.uk data, European IPO...

Foundation Earth Project Leading the Way With Environmental Scores on Foods

Foundation Earth, a new non-profit organization comprised of global food giants and the world's top scientists, will ensure that environmental scores will be issued...

Air Pollution at Shocking Levels in European Cities

Alarmingly, five out of the top 20 cities with the highest levels of nitrogen dioxide in the air are in the United Kingdom. Close to half of the cities with dense particulate matter are located in Spain.

How the Pandemic is Affecting Europe’s Top 5 Accommodation and Restaurant...

The five largest accommodation and restaurant markets in Europe could make over $410 billion in revenue this year. Although this may seem to be a significant amount, sales are down by a whopping $132 billion from 2019.

Copenhagen To Host 2021 and 2022 International Mobility Summit After Electronomous...

Electronomous has partnered with Copenhagen Legacy Lab, an initiative by the Copenhagen Convention Bureau to integrate international congresses with local business and science communities.

The European Commission Unveils New AI Regulations

Companies that break the rules can be fined up to 6% of their global turnover, which for large corporations, could be extremely costly.