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  1. Urs Hölzle: "I've been waiting for calm since 1999"

    Urs Hölzle: "I've been waiting for calm since 1999"

    No other Swiss person has had such a strong and immediate effect on the digital revolution as Urs Hölzle. The eighth employee to join Google, Hölzle was described by Business Insider as a "tech guru"; the Swiss broadcasting company Schweizer Fernsehen called him "the most important Swiss transplant in Silicon Valley."

  2. "Privacy is non-negotiable"

    "Privacy is non-negotiable"

    He was Switzerland's Commissioner for Data Protection. He took on Google, and won. He was spied upon for years by the State Protection Agency. Hanspeter Thür knows what he is talking about when he says, "Thoughts are no longer free."

  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. Burkhard Varnholt: "Internet has killed inflation"

    Burkhard Varnholt: "Internet has killed inflation"

    Why is inflation so low and what is driving the stock market? Find out here.

  5. "Passion is the key"

    "Passion is the key"

    Mark Sandmeier was the first person to be employed by jobs.ch. He now spends his time helping young digital companies get on their feet.

  6. Mark Cuban: "Data is the new gold"

    Mark Cuban: "Data is the new gold"

    Technology companies are constantly innovating. Credit Suisse supports them in a variety of ways, including its unique networking platform, the Credit Suisse Private Internet Company Summit.

  7. The Dark Side of Digitalization

    The Dark Side of Digitalization

    Globalization and digitization make IT systems vulnerable to attack. Investing in security is therefore essential, and hackers can actually help in this regard.

  8. Is Bitcoin Safe?

    Is Bitcoin Safe?

    Bitcoin isn't mainstream, and it may never be. And yet it would be unwise to ignore it. Some $14.9 billion worth of bitcoins were in circulation in January 2017, and blockchain, the technology underpinning bitcoin, has attracted plenty of attention for its disruptive potential in banking, trading, and even media. So how safe is bitcoin?

  9. Investment Outlook 2017: Harnessing Market Drivers

    Investment Outlook 2017: Harnessing Market Drivers

    Top themes promising growth and yield in the new year.

  10. Mega-Trend of Growing Emerging Middle Class Remains on Track

    Mega-Trend of Growing Emerging Middle Class Remains on Track

    More than 100 million new households in emerging markets have moved into middle income territory over the last two years, according to a new report from Credit Suisse.