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This well known marketing tool was first published in the Harvard Business Review 1957 in an article called 'Strategies for Diversification'. It is used by marketers who have objectives for growth. Ansoff's matrix offers...

Whether it's Obama on the beach or the impossibly flawless skin of this month's glossy cover girl, any picture can now be digitally altered to tell an entirely different story. In the age of the airbrush, can we ever really believe our...

Businesses can and should take a key role in stemming biodiversity loss around the world, a report concludes.The latest report from The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity Teeb project argues that many sectors have a stake in protecting nature.A...

Google's Caffeine isn't a new mobile app or fancy bit of desktop-to-cloud software, like we're used to from Google. Instead it's a massive change to the underlying tech which powers Google's search. Caffeine...

When you realize how amazing it is when little things add up, look no further than your pen. Conventional pens are often mass produced with non-recyclable, petroleum-based materials, filled with inks that contain toxic chemicals and blister-packed in...

Cornwall's quest to gain protected status for the humble Cornish pasty was well underway, according to top officials from Defra who vsited The Royal Bath and West Show. via EU protected status bid for Cornish pasties looking...

Minority Report science adviser and inventor John Underkoffler demos g-speak -- the real-life version of the film's eye-popping, tai chi-meets-cyberspace computer interface. Is this how tomorrow's computers will be controlled? via...

Never feel like there's enough time in the morning? Find yourself struggling to get up or into work mode? We know the feeling. Try out these tips on waking up, getting energized, and getting things done in the early hours. via Top 10 Ways to...

The conference proposition is that Gov 2.0 will be analogous to an operating system. And it's a compelling metaphor: an open framework, always on in the background, that provides the platform to access all the services you need to get on with...

A great experiment is about to get under way, and it will tell us much about the future of journalism and the willingness of readers to pay for it. In Wapping last night, News International showed off the new websites for The Times and Sunday Times which...

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