Profile of John Studzinski, the eccentric banker with a passion for art, religion and philanthropy, who will shortly leave HSBC for US private-equity firm Blackstone.
Articles written by Jane Lewis
How Hugh Hefner at 80 breathed new life into the Playboy brand.
Anthony Salz, the finest legal brain in Britain, is planning to retire, but several big name firms are trying to recruit him with tempting offers. It’s not hard to see why, says Jane Lewis
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?
Profile of CNBC anchor Maria Bartiromo, arguably the most recognised financial correspondent in the world.
Nasdaq chief Robert Greifeld is not a man who is easily deterred. A fortnight after his £2.4bn offer for the London Stock Exchange was rebuffed, he is back with a bang.
MoneyWeek looks at the rise and downfall of Takafumi Horie, the young hotshot behind recent stockmarket turmoil in Japan.
India’s 40 wealthiest people are together worth a staggering $106bn, leaving their Chinese equivalents looking like paupers in comparison. Here are the top ten…
As we enter 2006, MoneyWeek takes a look at the industrialists and entrepreneurs who were the biggest winners in 2005 – and who were the biggest losers.
How Jim Ratcliffe, the Philip Green of the chemicals industry, became a bellwether of the private-equity boom…