Sorrell returns to advertising’s top table

Sir Martin & advertising

Advertising mogul Sir Martin Sorrell tells why he didn’t call it quits after leaving WPP and shares lessons of digital disruption from his latest venture

Martha Lane Fox on using tech for good

Baroness Lane Fox co-founder and Twitter board member Baroness Lane Fox calls for change in the tech sector and says its number-one goal should be to create a better world

Building a case for employee ownership

Sydney opera house

It’s surprising that more businesses aren’t owned by employees, says Miriam Staley, Arup’s regional financial chief

Dealing with cancer in the workplace

Dealing with cancer at work

Living with cancer brings significant challenges for both patients and their support system. It is imperative that workplaces do not add to these burdens

Rights for robots: why we need better AI regulation

Legal regulation

As artificial intelligence and machine-learning increasingly take more decisions from humans, the technologies’ status in law needs to evolve

Universal eye health: the fight to save the world’s vision

The decades-long initiative to improve eye health worldwide has spawned a number of important milestones in recent years. But how far away are we from stamping out avoidable blindness for good and cutting visual impairment on a global scale?

Do we need a robot tax?

Whether failure to tax robots indirectly subsidises automation remains contentious, but it is an issue that must be dealt with – sooner rather than later

Why we must stop taking water for granted

Consumers must realise that water is becoming increasingly scarce, but there are challenges in communicating this important message