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  1. Electric, solar or classic cars: Can car passion be green?

    A Lamborghini is not a car. It's a statement. Like every other iconic car, it comes with the aura of a certain lifestyle and uniqueness. And a serious carbon footprint.

  2. Health tech is advancing fast: Meet Dr Robot

    Health tech is advancing fast: Meet Dr Robot

    Travelling with a robotic driverless car is said by some to be safer than sitting in one driven by a human as robots are less likely to make mistakes. But, does the same apply to medicine? Can we expect to be treated by robots any time soon? Automation and artificial intelligence is already doing a lot to help doctors treat patients.

  3. A Secure Business?

    A Secure Business?

    Each year, cybercriminals cause hundreds of millions of dollars in losses. In most cases, the attackers are engaging in industrial espionage. Online security is one of the fastest growing markets in the IT sector.

  4. Residential Property: The End of an Era

    Residential Property: The End of an Era

    The almost 15-year era of rising prices for residential properties appears to be at an end. In the coming quarters, an overall sideways trend can be expected. Single-family dwellings ought to outpace condominiums in terms of price growth.

  5. Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: A Disruptive Force with Investment Potential

    Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: A Disruptive Force with Investment Potential

    The pace of technological development in areas like robotics, virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI) has been frenetic. The impact is already being felt in new investment opportunities but also in lost jobs. While it may be too early to pinpoint what the ultimate result of all this disruption to existing business models will be, what is for certain in our view is that there will be far-reaching impact and significant change.

  6. Tougher Times for the British Real Estate Market

    Tougher Times for the British Real Estate Market

    British voters said "Yes" to leaving the European Union (EU) – this could have far-reaching consequences not only for the UK economy, but also for the real estate market. London's office market, in particular, is likely to see lower demand for office space. But prices for residential property are also expected to come under pressure in the short to medium term.