Connecting with the right people: Creative-industry pros from Europe and Asia meet at the EARS event in Helsinki.
The sale of Nokia’s mobile phone business is one step in the evolution of both the company and Finland.
With economies around the world slowing, Finland prepares an original public-private combination to boost growth.
Two teens continue their father’s legacy at a frozen yogurt shop in Helsinki. Their ideas are as fresh as their product.
Ivana Helsinki founder, designer and filmmaker Paola Suhonen says she designs art, not fashion.
Finland is seeing a startup renaissance driven by an unforeseen source: people with a Nokia background.
Innovative programs such as Startup Sauna and New Factory groom startups for competition on the global market.
Startups Microtask and M-Files use advances in technology to move innovative theories from classrooms to boardrooms.
Finnish doctors are taking creative, patient-oriented approaches to defeating a growing public health problem: cancer.
The key to success is not just how a nation competes, but where it competes, writes Dan Steinbock.
Backing up talk with action: Dan Steinbock asks what will form brand Finland as we move farther into the 21st century.
The Moomins are close to our hearts, appear on products worldwide and were outsourcing long before highly paid consultants started using the term.
The Japanese and the Finns have a great deal in common, including design aesthetics and enthusiasm for karaoke.
Modern country life: A computer milks the cows on the Immonen family farm, and the cows aren't complaining.
What you see is what you get in the refreshingly straightforward Finnish business world.