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Aptiv takes its self-driving car ambitions (and tech) to China

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Aptiv, the U.S. auto supplier and self-driving software company, is opening an autonomous mobility center in Shanghai to focus on the development and eventual deployment
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How to Transform your Business and Create Value in the Digital Age, reviewed – Irish Tech News

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By@SimonCocking review of Reinventing the Product: How to Transform your Business and Create Value in the Digital Age, 1st Edition. Available here.  Digital technology is simultaneously
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Ruhnn, a Chinese startup that makes influencers, raises $125M in U.S. IPO

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Ruhnn, a company that enables influencers to sell through ecommerce and is plotting to change the faces of China’s fashion industry, has raised $125 million
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3D Hubs raises $18 million to ship 3D-printed products to your door

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The advent of cheap, ubiquitous 3D printing has given rise to so-called zero-inventory manufacturing, the practice of keeping very little inventory and instead relying on