Includes: 

  • Foresight: The boom in smart grids; Qatar takes off; introducing Web 3.0
  • Ones to watch: Five bosses with the guts to steer U.S. businesses in new directions
  • Business intelligence: Do you get the right information to the right people at the right time? Making shrewd use of data could transform your business
  • Warren Buffett: The sage of Omaha has just bet billions on the U.S. economy. What does he know and what can his success teach you?
  • Redefining the multinational: The rise of the emerging economies has changed the rules for global corporations forever. But have your managers noticed?
  • The secret art of acquisition: The strategies that really drive Rupert Murdoch’s deals
  • Left field: Why every government should beware of JFK’s tax paradox
  • Ten issues that matter: Trends that will shape the future of big businesses, from speed sourcing to reverse innovation and mobile workforces
  • Getting infrastructure right: Can market-driven solutions ensure economies aren’t held back by inadequate infrastructure? Three experts debate the issues
  • Inventing the future: Cisco’s Chuck Robbins explains how developing leaders has helped the tech giant generate billions of dollars in new business
  • Learning curve: Ramp up growth with the help of circus master PT Barnum
  • Any other business: Cutting through the myths of cloud computing; CEOs on the web

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The independent member firms of the KPMG network are affiliated with KPMG International, a Swiss entity. Each KPMG firm is a legally distinct and separate entity, and describes itself as such.

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