When Mary Jackson began her career as the first black female engineer at NASA, she was sent to a computer lab separate from the rest of the computer. Nearly seventy-seven years later, people going to the United States space agency in Washington, D.C., must follow the path of secret data, […]

The fastest object ever made by humans discovered extremely high-energy rogue waves in our sun and recorded the speed of the solar wind that predicts each model. The discovery was neither expected nor easily explained, indicating that there are significant gaps in our understanding of the sun. NASA’s Parker Solar […]

Luxembourg has just signed the OECD-sponsored Multilateral Convention to implement tax treaty-related measures to stop BEPS. Therefore, the Grand-Duchy becomes one among the 68 countries within the first group of signatories to require this key step towards implementing the OECD/G20 BEPS Project. Once Luxembourg and its co-signatories continue to ratify the Multilateral Convention — but […]

As businesses transform their models to accommodate new technologies and affect megatrends, we see Millennials replace Baby Boomers. The demographic change in workforce brings some challenges of its own. So, the question is: are Luxembourg firms able to handle them? What turns Millennials on – the longer term of employee […]

British Prime Minister David Cameron recently unveiled a programme of measures that he hopes will tackle the ease at which predatory pedophiles can access abusive, pornographic images. However, while he has targeted potential criminals, his government’s proposals have attracted criticism and ridicule from civil rights campaigners, representatives of the porn […]

The Hewlett-Packard Company is an American multinational information technology corporation that leads the way in the printer market. The company is renowned for producing some of the highest quality printers in the world since they first introduced their inkjet and laser printers for the desktop in 1984. In recent decades […]