Barcelona has been shut sown by a Taxi strike which is quickly spreading to other cities in Spain and Europe. The origin of the strike is a ruling by a Spanish court that the compromise deal that the city struck between the taxi drivers and the city concerning the entry of Uber and its competitor […]
While the world seems to lean towards populist politicians with easy and wrong answers to tough questions, the First Lady of the United States makes a great speech to the City College of New York
Europe has a backlog of more than one million migrants – refugees fleeing war in the Middle East. But events in Germany at the start of the year, following Angela Merkel’s decision to relax migration regulation reveal that the problem is not just the scale and volume of migrants – it is also about integration […]
While many countries are experiencing a break down int he established political parties, the world faces a number of complex issues which require creative and committed leadership.
When appointed CEO of Volkswagen, Mathias Müller stated that his first priority was to win back the trust in that many had placed in Volkswagen. In this, third posting on this topic, I would like to offer Mr. Müller some unsolicited advice on how to do that.