It has emerged as one of Africa’s great development success stories, and in doing so opened up its giant population and domestic market to foreign companies. But can Ethiopia continue its run of success after more than two years of political unrest have rocked the boat?
The tech wizard behind the mind-controlled skateboard explains what excites him about innovation –
and why quantum computing is his latest passion.
B2B e-commerce sales have grown significantly in recent years, but still lag behind the B2C market. And yet, if they can get it right, B2B players could take a massive leap forward in the e-commerce space.
A raft of reforms, big investment plans and an upcoming IPO at oil giant Aramco signal major change in Saudi Arabia, opening the road for business and progress.
Browse virtually any media channel and you will likely run across something about the promise of blockchain.
The technology sector is performing strongly, but continued growth depends on the industry's ability to keep its promises to customers.
Semiconductor manufacturers are continually pushing the limits of physics and manufacturing technology. For photolithography systems maker ASML, that means no machine is ever truly finished.
The Virgin boss on why businesses should work together to solve the pressing issue of climate change and view it as a strategic opportunity – not a problem.
Argentina has long had potential to be an economic power, but frequent political crises have held it back. Enter a new president with a sweeping reform agenda, and the chance has reemerged.
Artificial intelligence is already here. Soon it will be everywhere.
In view of the rapid development of intelligent machines, tech expert Ayesha Khanna and futurist Gerd Leonhard consider if humans have anything to fear from the unstoppable rise of AI.
For over four decades, Royal Dutch Shell has been developing detailed scenarios about future global
Two hundred and fifty years ago the Industrial Revolution replaced our arms and legs at work. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is now replacing our brains.
Rob Siegers, President, Global Technology, DHL
As individuals and institutions become increasingly reliant on their technology infrastructure, companies are finding smarter ways to keep their systems running.
The LMH-1 Hybrid Airship, the next wave of affordable cargo and personnel transport technology, is the result of 20 years of investment by Lock heed Martin.
An organization that promotes open and honest debate among its teams is healthier and more productive. So are you making feedback a constructive part of your workplace culture?
It is a perfect time to celebrate the beauty of original thinking, and revisit several stories of innovations and their captivating creators profiled in Delivered. magazine.
As Industry 4.0 moves into the mainstream, manufacturing companies are learning that technology is only part of the challenge.
Germany, one of Europe’s richest and most populous countries, has long been an economic heavyweight.
How the Goods and Services Tax is opening new horizons for companies in India.
Germany’s apprentice training system is one of the keys to its success in delivering quality manufacturing to the world. But how exactly does it work – and can it be replicated abroad?
The forecast market growth of industrial logistics robots by 2020
An essay by Amadou Diallo, CEO Middle East and Africa at DHL Global Forwarding
The market for bionic implants and artificial body parts that enhance mental and physical performance will be worth billions of dollars in the next few years.
The era of semi-autonomous vehicles is upon us. It’s time for the logistics industry to begin considering all the aspects of an autonomous freight transport future.
At HP Inc., Dr. Kirstie McIntyre and her team are part of driving forward ambitious sustainability goals across the globe.
DHL’s Disaster Response Team and DHL Express are helping where help is badly needed.
It’s faced a decade of stagnation—now, with impressive exports and a renewed push for pioneering innovation, is Japan’s economy at a turning point?
Vinyl records, film cameras, print magazines and paper notebooks were once written off as dead, but now their sales are increasing. So, is analog having the last laugh?