As Europe’s electricity system undergoes a major transformation, consumers may be expected to change some of their habits. But this will only happen if consumers have something to gain from these changes and they are given a proper choice, says Monique Goyens.
To manage change and transform economies, affluent countries need to experiment fast and roll out new models that enable them to grow in a more innovative way, Amit Bajaj told EURACTIV.com in an inter ... Read more
President Trump is back in Washington following his nine-day, 15,000 mile trip to the Middle East and Europe. CBS News chief Washington correspondent and Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson tells ... Read more
Kind people often ask me what I think of what’s going on out there in the big wide world. Some ask what my father — Herbert Stein, certified genius — would think about it all. I really don’t know what ... Read more
Australia has agreed to draft 30 more troops for the NATO mission in Afghanistan after the military bloc asked its non-member ally to send an additional contingent to train and assist the Afghan army. ... Read more
On this day in 1852, the Swedish opera singer Jenny Lind sailed home to Europe having concluded a widely celebrated American tour organized by the showman P.T. Barnum . You may use the comment thread ... Read more
As published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on May 19, 2017 Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal will be honored by the Council for Quality Growth with its 28th annual Four Pillar Award on Oct. 5 at the Georgi ... Read more