Hackers recently took control of a Jeep as it was driving. Matthew Partridge asks what we can learn from the incident, and tips one stock to buy now.
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Amazon snapping up Jeremy Clarkson and co to present a Top Gear clone shows just how far the TV business has come. Matthew Partridge looks at the state of the industry, and picks the best ways for investors to profit.
Hundreds of refugees have tried to storm the Eurotunnel Paris terminal this week, attempting to sneak onto buses and trains.
One of the Royal Navy’s most popular traditions came to an end on this day in 1970 when the last of the rum ration was doled out.
Book review: Mission: How the Best in Business Break Through
An engaging, highly readable business book, full of provocative suggestions, particularly for entrepreneurial types.
Be it blackmailing unfaithful husbands or taking remote control of a speeding car, opportunities for hackers are endless. But so is the market for cybersecurity, says Matthew Partridge.
French president Charles de Gaulle shocked Canada, on this day in 1967, when he declared to a welcoming crowd “Vive le Quebec libre”.
Africans who fled the continent seeking their fortunes are beginning to return – attracted by new job opportunities and a thriving consumer market. Smart investors should follow them home, says Matthew Partridge.
The financial crisis and the falling number of Aim-listed companies did not put Sam Smith making a success of her start-up business.
The deal agreed between Greece and its creditors has no shortage of critics, reports Matthew Partridge.