Alan Sugar has become the face of business on TV following the success of The Apprentice. But is the nation’s favourite entrepeneur really just a has-been?
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Profile of CNBC anchor Maria Bartiromo, arguably the most recognised financial correspondent in the world.
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MoneyWeek looks at the rise and downfall of Takafumi Horie, the young hotshot behind recent stockmarket turmoil in Japan.
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How Jim Ratcliffe, the Philip Green of the chemicals industry, became a bellwether of the private-equity boom…
The money-making flair of the family that gave us James Bond, and how the clan has retained its influence.
Fund manager Stephen Jarislowsky is something of a conservative investor. So much so that the octogenarian is known in the markets as a Canadian Warren Buffett.
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