Source: Pixabay&nbsp Author: Jørgen Christian Juul, CEO, Cardlay October 31, 2022 Despite growing awareness around the environmental perils of plastic, the payments sector still relies too heavily on the material. Research from Finder has found that six billion new plastic cards are produced and issued each year, with the majorityContinue Reading

The growth in misleading rhetoric from US congressional candidates on topics such as election integrity has put renewed pressure on social media platforms ahead of November’s vote. And the perception that tech companies are doing little to fight misinformation raises questions about their democratic obligations and poses commercial risks. But,Continue Reading

Business schools in east Asia have strengthened their positions as leading global providers of executive MBAs in the 2022 FT EMBA ranking, despite pandemic and political disruptions. Three programmes based in the region took the top spots: in order, Kellogg-HKUST in Hong Kong, Ceibs in Shanghai and the Tsinghua-Insead EMBAContinue Reading

Lenton K Davies American. Kellogg, due to graduate 2022. Senior director of operations and head of supply chain solutions, Capital One Financial, Washington DC How did you discuss the support that you needed with your employers? The conversation is not only with your manager — it is with your teamContinue Reading

From motivations for starting an executive MBA to outcomes three years after finishing it, the FT ranking team delved into the 2022 EMBA Ranking data to explore graduates’ progress. In this edition, we focus on student diversity in business schools and look at factors affecting alumni salaries, plus the topicsContinue Reading

For years, technology companies sought to woo senior staff from traditional industries, offering them both the opportunity of a leading role in the future of technology and highly competitive pay. “The reason people wanted to [join such companies] is that they were promising high salaries and huge amounts of shares,”Continue Reading