Here’s how some mining companies are acquiring technologies that can minimise their environmental impact.
Ensuring halal certification is a complex affair involving examination not just of ingredients but also entire supply chains.
EU Ambassador to Malaysia H.E. Maria Castillo Fernandez, and an advocate of a circular economy, answers questions on how EU adopts this new economic model.
For a number of women, working in a male-dominated industry can be a challenge. For one woman, this led her to leave her job and start her own building physics firm, Inkling.
Experts on waqf shared and discussed key insights and measures needed to facilitate socioeconomic development.
The technological age has forced people to become wary of smartphone and technology addictions, technology addiction consultant psychiatrist, Dr Richard Graham, explains.
Governor of Gangwon Province, South Korea’s major producer of eco-friendly agricultural products, believed business partnerships could build bridges towards peace and prosperity.
Technology and talent have made the phenomenal fragmented sculptures of Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity and dancing fairies possible for Russian architectural designer, Vasily Klyukin.
Businesses must go beyond profitability and take responsibility for actions that affect processes, people and the planet, bank leaders explain.
One entrepreneurial centre in Croatia nurtures SMEs and is considered to be the backbone of many Southeast European economies.
It’s no fun spilling your coffee or drinks because of wobbly tables. Although tables can be easily replaced, there’s a better stabilising solution.
While the private sector can play a role to help people affected by conflicts and disasters, how can Islamic social finance help?