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Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Sweden, the Netherlands and the United States of America are the world's five most innovative nations, according to the Global Innovation Index 2015, while China, Malaysia, Vietnam, India, Jordan, Kenya, and Uganda are among a group of countries outperforming their economic peers. Ireland moves up to 8th rank overtaking Denmark but some of the key criteria such as computer services exports have been distorted by tax avoidance strategies.

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2015

Hewlett-Packard (HP) — an icon of Silicon Valley — announced Tuesday that it would fire 30,000 more workers bringing the total to over 100,000 job cuts in a decade. The company is planning to split into two companies on 1 Nov with Hewlett Packard Enterprise selling servers and software to business that is competing with rivals renting computing power from Amazon, Microsoft and IBM, among others. The PC and printer focused HP Inc. will return cash to shareholders while expanding into new markets such as 3-D printing.

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Sep
2015

High investment in school computers and classroom technology does not improve pupils' performance, according to a global study from the OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development). The think-tank for 34 mainly developed country governments said Tuesday that schools have yet to take advantage of the potential of technology in the classroom to tackle the digital divide and give every student the skills they need in today's connected world, according to the first OECD PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment, which assesses the education skills of 15-year olds every 3 years in over 70 economies) assessment of digital skills.

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Sep
2015

Innovation & Productivity: Productivity like the issue of pensions tends to trigger glazed-over eyes but it's key to growth and incomes and how working smarter not working harder can benefit people around the world. New OECD research shows that the gap between high productivity firms and the rest has been increasing over time, suggesting that there are barriers to the diffusion of new innovations.

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Sep
2015

The El Niño weather pattern, which originates in the Pacific Ocean is now well underway and is growing in strength according to British scientists. This is likely to have widespread regional impacts and to continue to contribute to raised global average temperatures this year and next - after a 15-year “cool” phase, during which the Pacific Ocean has dragged down the world’s average surface temperature, the signs are it has entered a “warm” phase, according to Prof Adam Scaife of the UK Met Office.

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A report published this month by The Economist Intelligence Unit explores the impact of digital innovation on market fairness. The report shares findings and recommendations from an advisory board composed of US city and state policymakers and innovation academics. It is supplemented by in-depth interviews with technology executives and entrepreneurs. 

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Aug
2015

Switzerland: Industry lobby groups are calling on lawmakers to bolster business innovation as they debate corporate tax reforms aimed at retaining Switzerland's status as a location for multinationals. Parliament is currently looking at a government recommendation to replace Switzerland's current, and controversial, cantonal corporate tax system — that grants favourable rates for profits earned abroad — with patent boxes and tax breaks for innovation activity.

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