The upheaval in the boardroom has obscured a healthy business, says Matthew Partridge.
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The ride-hailing giant is gearing up for a flotation that will see it valued at $100bn. That looks very expensive. Matthew Partridge reports.
Sundanese dictator Omar al-Bashir became the second north African leader forced from office this month in the face of mass protests.
The new divisive president has a mixed record so far. Matthew Partridge reports.
Vision care may not sound exciting, but it is an enormous market expanding quickly as ageing populations require more – and increasingly sophisticated – treatments, says Matthew Partridge.
Swedish match magnate Ivar Kruger built what looked like a profitable business – but it was all a deception. Matthew Partridge explains.
Children and adults alike will enjoy this charming, elegant story, and its tuneful, catchy numbers, says Matthew Partridge.
The Case for Trump
Most pundits think that Donald Trump is doomed to be a one-term president. Military historian and conservative commentator Victor Davis Hanson disagrees.
Kushner Inc: Greed. Ambition. Corruption
Donald Trump is a polarising figure, but even he’s not quite as unpopular as “Javanka”, the nickname for his daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner.
The group fell into administration this week, marking another setback for Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley. Matthew Partridge reports.