Big corporations are extremely adept at exploiting the tax system to boost their profits. But a backlash is brewing, especially in the US. That could be bad news for investors, says Matthew Partridge.
Articles written by Matthew Partridge
Nero was one of the Roman Empire’s most notorious emperors. And his role in the fire of Rome remains a controversial aspect of his reign.
As life expectancy increases, pharmas and biotechs pioneering treatments for the diseases of old age will profit handsomely, says Matthew Partridge.
Banks have started to offer borrowers longer-term mortgage deals. Matthew Partridge looks at the pros and cons of taking out a long-term, fixed contract.
As unrest grew in France, Louis XVI took the decision to sack his popular finance minister. Three days later, crowds stormed the Bastille, and the French Revolution had begun.
Building the right team was crucial to turning online jobseekers database CV-Library into a success.
Matthew Partridge examines the cult of the chief executive, and asks how much a celebrity CEO really matters to a company’s performance.
Actively managed funds can be worth the extra money if they are genuinely active. Matthew Partridge tips three such funds.
Discontent in the American colonies spilled over into open rebellion against Britain, leading to the declaration of independence on 4 July 1776.
The number of antibiotic-resistant bacteria is rising fast. But the search is on to find new drugs to combat them. Matthew Partridge explains how you could profit.