Blockchain. Brexit. Slavery. Internet of Things. Land Rights. NAFTA. We take a second look at some of our most popular articles from 2016.
Companies and banks who embraced blockchain’s potential early have the greatest chance at survival.
Wall Street banks are searching Europe to find a new home for their traders, bankers and financial licenses now that London is on shaky ground as the region’s preeminent financial hub.
Things that could change your life: Mobile technology, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, natural language processing, and the Internet of Things.
The modern slavery industry is under fire from regulators, but if multinationals up their data game to cut slavery from supply chains, we’ll see true change.
The path to a better future for the poorest nations of the world is right under their feet, in the wealth-creating engine of land-rights reform.
Lawyers seeking to understand the dynamics of the legal services market in the coming decades ignore the Big 4’s re-emergence at their peril.
The Thomson Reuters D&I Index ranks the top 100 publicly traded companies globally with the most diverse and inclusive workplaces.
Eat an avocado lately? Thomson Reuters Labs explores NAFTA to showcase why Free Trade Agreements matter.
Justin Trudeau on new Thomson Reuters Toronto technology center and why Canada’s tech strengths make it poised to play a larger role in the global economy.
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