EU farm subsidies a controversial. But it’s not just Europe that subsidises its agriculture, as Matthew Partridge found out when he spoke to a UK sugar manufacturer.
Big names pulled the plug on online advertising when they realised their ads were appearing next to jihadist preachers. That’s a problem for media giant Google, says Simon Wilson.
Taxi-hailing app Uber is running into all sorts of trouble, says Matthew Lynn. Listing on the stock market will give it the discipline it needs.
More than 1,000 hedge funds shut down last year – the most since the financial crisis. There are now fewer funds around than at any time since 2013. What’s going on?
Throughout the experience the incredible and unforgettable merlot scent pervades your senses, says Matthew Jukes.
There’s no sense in handing 1%-2% plus fees to fund managers when a cheap tracker gets results, says Stephen Connolly.
Have the Dutch halted the march of populism in the West?
Political betting expert Matthew Partridge weighs up the odds on the upcoming French election.
The news that George Osborne is to become the editor of the Evening Standard hasn’t gone down well with everyone.
President Donald Trump has plenty to discuss when he finally meets his Chinese opposite, says Matthew Partridge.
Theresa May has finally put Britain on the road to Brexit with her announcement that she will invoke Article 50 next week.
Book review: On tyranny
If more people followed Snyder’s injunctions, the world would be a better place.
Donald Trump just can’t resist bragging about the time he sold America’s most expensive house to Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev.
Billionaire financier Leonard Abess was singled out for special praise from then-US president Barack Obama.
Many homebuyers come to regret their purchases. But if they were mis-sold, is there anything they can do about it? Emma Lunn explains.
Bruce Davis of online investment service Abundance speaks to MoneyWeek about his business.
Long-time banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller was the last of his generation when he passed away this week, aged 101.
From 1 April, reforms to the flat-rate VAT scheme will cost businesses ranging from accountants to hairdressers almost £200m a year.
The authors have an eye for juicy anecdotes and skilfully avoid drowning the reader in too much detail.
It’s important to use pension allowances before you lose them, says David Prosser.