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The City Between Two Worlds

Old Costantinople is a vibrant, cosmopolitAn and a rising city. A unique city which provides a world of modern life without forgetting its tradition. This new business centre of the Millennium has now more things to offer.

Living On-the-Go

Every morning and evening, they crowd regional trains and roads. With more than two hours a day “spend traveling to and from work”, the number of long-distance commuters is increasing. Back to a mobile lifestyle.

Does Clean Mean Rich?

When “green ideology” meets big money: the eco-business of urban waste management brings many solutions to municipal administration (and good profits for the companies that are investing).

Finance Loves the Arts

Nowadays it is becoming more and more usual for enterprises to support culture in every form, not only in their cities but also in locations where their business has interests. In the article we analyse how Credit Suisse is promoting the arts in London, New York City and Singapore.

The Economical Queen of the US

Denver is a good city where to live. It is full of cultural, culinary and sporting attractions. Due to its proximity to the Rocky Mountains, the city is a cosy touristic resort for both the summer and winter seasons.

Golden State still Brilliant?

Times are tough in California - new gadgets are still delighting customers, Yosemite is still beautiful and Hollywood is still filling theaters, but the state is facing major economic difficulties.

The New Renaissance of the Chateaux

Living in a real fairytale castle is no longer a childhood dream. A castle vacation can be true joy for anyone’s senses, breathing in the historic air between ancient walls and discovering the exciting secrets of noble families with a long, rich tradition.

Industrial Heritage Workplaces Revisited as ‘Art Containers’

Over the last three centuries, a long story of complex relationships has existed between ‘Art’ and ‘Industry’.

The ‘New Life’ in Neighborhoods

Looking for new ‘centers’ for building your career, finding plenty of attractive spots to feel at home, where there is the ‘globalization of the local’.

Connecting Europe through Science

Since its first edition six years ago esof has developed and gained visibility, attracting bids from Europe’s top dogs: so far, the privilege has been awarded to Barcelona, Munich and Stockholm. Turin has been chosen for the 2010 edition and Dublin for 2012.

Remembering Work in Greece

People and businesses struggle to come to terms with the fallout from Greece’s debilitating debt crisis. The Athens News Editor provides an update on the crisis and discusses personal interviews which offer an inside perspective into the current events in Greece.

Aesthetics and Happiness

In a bygone age, virtue was to be expressed through earnest exertion. That mastered nature while, more recently, happiness was derived from the material possessions that a career provided. In a globe where the environment no longer seems limitless, meaning will be increasingly sought in workplaces that are genuinely committed to corporate social responsibility.