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Removing the roadblocks: how blockchain is developing

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There has been a spate of recent news about some real-world applications of blockchain. These stories are often floating about, but a recent surge of announcements - which include investment in the technology by some of the world’s biggest companies - suggests it’s time to take another look at how the much-hyped distributed ledger technology is coming along.
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Fintech, Gen Z’s and customer-obsession

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A recent article in Forbes cited research which found that Fintech's are changing the way young people are handling their money. Rather than borrowing from the “bank of mum and dad”, as the article puts it, 18 to 22-year-olds have utilised modern finance apps and technology to help them build savings that past generations did not have at that age.
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Getting down to business: Understanding Mental Health

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With mental health problems becoming a public health concern across the globe, #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek could come at no better time. It’s true, that those who suffer from mental health issues often face stigmas against them, but in today’s day and age, with the backing of a plethora of celebrities, mental health is finally becoming easier to talk about.
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Location, location, location: where tech companies go

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Earlier this week, Bloomberg reported that software company Yext is hiring 500 people over the next five years to work in a shiny new building in the Meatpacking District in Manhattan. As well as being significant news in its own right - that’s a big hiring spree - Bloomberg pointed out that this is not the first tech company to move into New York.
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Race Disparity: Not just America’s problem

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I think most people can agree that America has had its fair share of race-related problems. But do we really believe that the UK doesn’t have these same problems? It’s been 50 years since the 1968 Race Relations Act banned the infamous “no blacks, no Irish, no dogs” signs. But race disparity is still a growing problem across the West; plaguing wealth, education, and employment.
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