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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

A nervy start for Snap

The tech sensation’s shares plunged after its first earnings report. Are investors right to worry? Ben Judge reports.

Can Archie Norman fix M&S?

The troubled retailer has named a famed troubleshooter as its new chairman. Critics say he has plenty of work to do. Ben Judge report

The battle for Dulux

Paints firm AkzoNobel has received a generous offer, and activists are urging a sale. So why is the firm standing firm? Ben Judge reports.

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