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Every which way but loose?

Aaron Hall
FINANCIAL markets have been paying very close attention to, and displaying sensitivity over recent weeks towards news flow regarding the direction of global monetary policy.

Why we are 'just getting on with it'

Roseann Kelly
AT a meeting last week with my gender diversity charter mark working group (which includes one of the Women in Business gender diversity champions John Healy of Allstate), the conversation turned to the current political situation.

Redressing the balance between virtual and real engagement

Claire Aiken
IN May last year, when the EU referendum campaign was in full throttle, I was listening to a phone in radio debate with a pro leave MP who was fielding questions from the public on how Brexit would help build better and more cohesive communities and, in his eyes, stem the overflowing tide of immigration.

Infrastructure investment must continue - even without an Executive

Glyn Roberts
WITH the Assembly and an Executive still seemingly in a cul-de-sac, the continuing impasse mustn't stop vital investment in key infrastructure projects - and establishing City Deals for Belfast and Derry and creating more enterprise zones should now be taken forward by the Secretary of State.

Get with the PropTech agenda

Dr Patrice Cairns
DESPITE huge investments and advancements in technology, the property and construction industries still face barriers in the uptake of innovations that could deliver smarter, more creative, more sustainable infrastructure, and ultimately more liveable cities.

Video is powerful - but the law is too

Olivia O'Kane
THE use of video for marketing purposes is increasing exponentially, with 61 per cent of businesses now using video to reach and engage with their target audience, according to a recent Wyzowl report.

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