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Investing in technology – 50 years on

Claire McCombe
It’s amazing to think that 50 years ago, the Morris Minor car was still rolling off the production line, and Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin touched down on the surface of the moon.

Why queuing for your coffee is good

Catherine Toolan
LIFE is busy. Sometimes I need my caffeine fix, and often I find myself in a long queue, waiting patiently for the barista to take my order.

Changing times mean time for change

Declan Flynn, managing director at Belfast-based commercial property agency Lisney
THE summer has provided a mixed bag of results and reports for the commercial property sector with winners and losers across the various sub-sectors and one word; "uncertainty" prominently featuring in nearly every article or publication produced.

The damage of a no-deal Brexit will be felt acutely in the north

Paul McErlean
If you work in the industry I do and you read about a leaked document which causes a sensation, usually the first questions you ask yourself are: who leaked it and why? Over the last 48 hours, the big news on these islands has been the revelations contained in the Operation Yellowhammer documents.

Redefining our city

Julie Galbraith
MUCH has already been written about the challenges of the high street and the reinvention of retail.

Zone in on redefining our city

Julie Galbraith
MUCH has already been written about the challenges of the high street and the reinvention of retail.

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