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An increasing proportion of retailers are harnessing the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to strengthen their long-term business model, from forecasting customer demand and managing stock to automating deliveries and returns. Although Covid-19 accelerated the evolution in consumers’ approach to shopping, AI is driving the long-term revolution in how those shops are run.
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On the surface, the pandemic seems to have had a devastating effect on cities. Is the upheaval of the past year a doomsday toll for the world’s urban areas? Or simply a symptom of living with Covid? On Thursday 29 April, Samantha Simmonds, sat down with Chief Executive of Centre for Cities, Andrew Carter to discuss how urban living will look in the future.
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An increasing proportion of retailers are harnessing the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to strengthen their long-term business models, from forecasting customer demand and managing stock to automating deliveries and returns. Although Covid-19 accelerated the evolution in consumers’ approach to shopping, AI is driving the long-term revolution in how those shops are run.
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The attractions of traditional commercial property sectors dropped significantly during the Covid-19 pandemic, whereas specialist sectors rose sharply. Although recent events have raised questions over the outlook for the sector, we explore why it is worth taking a closer look at some of the specialist areas within the sector that demonstrate clear prospects for strong long-term growth.
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The rise of state intervention and greater regulation was born out of the capitalism of the late 20th century, forged in the fire of the GFC and the sovereign debt crisis, and accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic. Increased regulation has not always been welcomed, but in many cases has resulted in stronger companies and greater security for investors and is good news for subordinated debt.
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The rise of state intervention and greater regulation was born out of the capitalism of the late 20th century, forged in the fire of the GFC and the sovereign debt crisis, and accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic. Increased regulation has not always been welcomed, but in many cases has resulted in stronger companies and greater security for investors and is good news for subordinated debt.
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Oil and gas companies have faced increasing hostility as investors seek to deploy capital sustainably and governments aim to meet their legally-binding emission reduction targets. These multinationals recognise diversification has become a must to secure future investment and preserve their reputations. But is this a change that’s great news for climate change or a commercial ploy?

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