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    A Greek "no" on 5 July would bring Greece closer to outright debt default and, maybe, exit from the euro. 

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    Cashless Society?

    Denmark wants to get rid of cash, Sweden is following the trend. Will cash soon be a thing of the past? 

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    With Savings+, you are one step closer to achieving your savings goals: our online service for your personal savings strategy. 

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    Who Owns Tomorrow's Car-Industry?

    Self-driving could overturn the world of motoring. Autonomous automobiles could change how we buy, drive and ride; they also might rearrange control of car-making.

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Diversity on Board!

Diversity on Board!

Companies with more women in the boardroom bring better returns and outperform on stock market.

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Space Tourism – Getting Close to Blast Off?

Space Tourism – Getting Close to Blast Off?

Scheduled joy rides to the cosmos are taking longer than expected to materialise. That's not stopped proponents from staking big money and big reputations on its eventual success.

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Mixed Outlook For Electric Cars

Mixed Outlook For Electric Cars

They cut carbon emissions massively, but they also cost a bundle. So the success of electric cars will be up to governments' willingness to pay for them.

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