Shopping Enters A NewPhase

What happens when we pass the first phase of electronic commerce, that of “I buy online what I can’t find near my home”, and we move on to the second: “I buy everything online because it arrives quickly, it’s cheaper or is more comfortable”?

The Real Crisis in Leadership

A lack of good and engaging leadership costs organizations billions of dollars annually. Here are some answers to what is going wrong.

Billionaire LI Ka-shing backs revolutionary cancer care app

In our latest roundup on the world's weatlhy, Mr Li funds healthcare start-up, Driver, while Ryanair chairman David Vonderman may lose his post amid shareholder discontent The National September 9, 8, 2018 02:00 Billionaire Li Ka-shing, Hong Kong's richest man, has invested $100 million into Driver. Photo: Bloomberg Li Ka-shing A pair of Harvard-trained American oncologists, backed by Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing, are attempting to harness technology to revamp cancer care.

Despite tumultuous year, FanX tops previous attendance

SALT LAKE CITY — Despite a tumultuous year, Salt Lake's popular fan convention reported an uptick in attendance over three days of downtown nerdvana. Attendance estimates for FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention were at about 110,000 in the final hours of the event Saturday, pulling ahead of its 2016 and 2017 numbers, said the event's co-founder, Bryan Brandenburg.