Big data key for commodity traders’ future
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Big data key for commodity traders’ future

Over the past 30 years commodity trading has been one of the most profitable industries…

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PostFinance faces renewed criticism by expat Swiss
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PostFinance faces renewed criticism by expat Swiss

Once again, the policy of Swiss banks towards expatriate Swiss were a hot topic among…

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Brexit woes, cheese intake and health costs
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Brexit woes, cheese intake and health costs

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The ‘virtual’ water that the Swiss consume abroad
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The ‘virtual’ water that the Swiss consume abroad

Drinking water on tap: a “luxury” that two billion people in the world cannot afford…

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China slowdown and European populism unnerve luxury watchmakers
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China slowdown and European populism unnerve luxury watchmakers

Visitors in front of the Rolex booth at the Baselworld watch and jewellery fair in…

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Swiss cheese habits continue to soften in 2018
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Swiss cheese habits continue to soften in 2018

Semi-hard question: which cheese is this? (© Keystone / Gaetan Bally) Cheese eaters in Switzerland…

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Banks accused of massive fossil fuel investments
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Banks accused of massive fossil fuel investments

UBS and Credit Suisse have tightened their climate policies, particularly in relation to coal investments. (Copyright…

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Top Swiss institutes launch joint cyber-security programme
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Top Swiss institutes launch joint cyber-security programme

Today a single hacker sitting in their apartment can bring a company or even a country…

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The new chic: pre-loved watches
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The new chic: pre-loved watches

Second-hand watches have been big winners of the online shopping boom. (Saloni Agarwal) With the…

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Cryptocurrencies accepted by Switzerland’s biggest online retailer
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Cryptocurrencies accepted by Switzerland’s biggest online retailer

An assortment of 2.7 million products, from computers to beer, can now by bought online…

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