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Ben Judge

Biography

Ben studied modern languages at London's Queen Mary College, before working for The Scotsman in Edinburgh, where he became deputy editor of the paper's website, scotsman.com.

 

Ben joined MoneyWeek as website editor in 2008. 

 

You can follow him on Twitter - @notbenjudge

Articles written by Ben Judge

LVMH is back in fashion

LVMH, the luxury goods bellwether, reported strong sales. But are investors too optimistic about the outlook? Ben Judge reports.

Has Unilever made the right choice?

Unilever has unveiled the result of the strategic review it promised after rebuffing Kraft-Heinz’s £115bn takeover bid earlier in the year. But is it going down the right path?

Next: Out of fashion

Clothing retailer Next has released gloomy results, yet the firm’s shares rallied strongly. Why? Ben Judge reports.

The battle for the future of bitcoin

There’s a civil war brewing over the future of bitcoin that could lead to a “fork” – two separate currencies running on separate versions of the underlying software, operating by different rules.

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