There’s a very real risk that the economic rewards offered by the “sharing economy” will crowd out the emotional and social benefits of sharing.
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Is Uber’s brand really worth billions?
The truth is that the modern concept of luxury remains stubbornly wedded to excess, despite all the optimistic column inches devoted to new luxury’s more balanced, less materialistic, more experiential, less conspicuous, more ethical stance.
Extinction Rebellion offers a much-needed reminder that dramatic systematic change is needed if we want to avoid screwing up the planet for future generations.
Business class travel – whether by air or by train – is one of the most weirdly wasteful and anachronistic aspects of modern working life.
Tomorrow’s leaders won’t be the businesses that most effectively stamp on their competitors. The future belongs to those who can balance the art of competition with the art of collaboration.