By taking a different approach this year, Global Finance was able to explore a new range of innovation.
Corporate giants have been quick to offer new features based upon the latest technologies.
The mayor of Louisville, Kentucky is successfully translating his private-sector experience as an innovator into government policies.
Latin American start-ups are no longer playing the copycat game, but using new technology to address the region’s unique problems.
Inefficient Brazilian health care system spurs private-sector innovation.
An influx of money into fintechs will help corporations in Western Europe shake their stolid reputation.
Volvo's CEO steers the company into the future by innovating.
Innovators, especially from smaller countries, are overcoming the region’s odds.
One Hungarian is helping innovators come together and get started.
As Asia ditches cash for digital wallets, more citizens are able to join the financial economy—and they are delighted.
Tech innovator's career trajectory shows ingenuity isn't without risk.
The drive to innovate is getting stronger as countries look to ease their reliance on oil revenues.
Innovative airline uses technology from NASA and Mercedes-Benz to elevate customer experience.
From animal-tracking innovations to agritech solutions, Africa is flexing its tech-savvy muscle—and doing it all via mobile.
Innovation can help save Africa's endangered species.
The breakneck pace of innovation in finance shows no signs of slowing.
David Bailin, global head of investments at Citi Private Bank, talks with Global Finance about the worldwide growth in family offices and how investing globally can boost portfolio returns.
China Report: One Belt, One Road Initiative
Global Finance's editor Andrea Fiano explains what is at stake with China's ambitious, transnational infrastructure plan.
China’s support for trade infrastructure across Asia is definitely winning some friends, but potential for backlash lurks behind opaque management.
China may soon have to tap foreign investors to help fund its ambitious Belt and Road Initiative. Can it ease their skepticism about the project?
Japan’s support for the BRI looks like a new dawn for Sino-Japanese trade relations, but the reality is complex.
The Belt and Road Initiative will spur China’s much-desired internationalization of the renminbi, but there are obstacles.
After a couple of years working quietly out of the spotlight to improve its financial condition, Greece is seeing green shoots of growth.
Wave of change sweeping Saudi Arabia finally hits the banking sector.
Iceland's banking system is back from the brink.
Irish government's legal and planning processes spur Apple to cancel data center construction plan.
With fintechs and tech firms competing with banks for knowledgeable finance staff, the global hunt for talent is tougher than ever.
Campbell Soup CEO ousted as company fails to maintain sales amid consumer shift to healthy, natural, and organic foods.
Indian start-up founders sell decade-old company to Walmart for $16 billion.
Malaysian election may mean near-term volatility in economic policy and performance.
New Lowe's CEO faces a heavy lift.
Corporate Finance & Capital
Emerging market currencies and bonds are suffering from the Fed's decision to raise interest rates.
BlackRock expands its offerings.
PayPal expands into Latin American and European SME online payments.
Abenomics has hit the Japanese banking sector hard and now the Post Bank is taking an unprecedented step in the hunt for yields.
More and more CFOs are becoming CEOs.
Statistics emerging from dictatorships and autocratic nations are not necessarily trustworthy.
New York City joins Singapore and Hong Kong in embracing cryptocurrencies, albeit gingerly.
Cryptocurrencies face increasing regulation.
As mandates grow in number, severity and complexity, wealth management firms increasingly look to technology for help.
The complex wealth of globe-trotting executives and entrepreneurs comes with unique considerations, requiring specialized understanding and advice.
So-called tax havens face pressure as regulators seek to stem malfeasance, but there are legit reasons to go offshore.
While philanthropy has a long tradition among the ultrarich, private bankers say the inclination to give is stronger than ever—and vastly more complex.