Support for free markets and business is waning. Matthew Lynn outlines his plan to make the public fall back in love with capitalism.
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If we want to regenerate our cities, says Matthew Lynn, we should look at Amazon’s list of demands for its new US HQ, and meet as many of the criteria as possible.
Just two sectors are keeping Britain’s high streets alive – estate agents and restaurants. Now, even their numbers are dwindling. But things can still be fixed, says Matthew Lynn.
Investors are throwing money at tech stocks, subsidising everything from movies to cabs. It’s a huge transfer of wealth into the hands of ordinary consumers, says Matthew Lynn.
You may have steered clear of bitcoin, believing the digital currency to be in a bubble. But as Matthew Lynn explains, that doesn’t mean you won’t get burned.
Business ought to stop moaning about Brexit, and start shaping it. Matthew Lynn suggests five places where it can start.
There’s one sure-fire way to reduce wealth inequality and it involves property, says Matthew Lynn. But it won’t be popular with everyone.
There’s only one thing that will stop another banking crisis in the eurozone, says Matthew Lynn. But voters aren’t going to like it.
A bunch of merger deals might look good on paper, says Matthew Lynn. But it won’t fix the cracks in Britain’s retail sector.
Young people have lost faith in the free-market system. Matthew Lynn suggests four things businesses can do to win back their trust.