Engineering firm Kier Group has hit trouble, but the core business looks sound, says Matthew Partridge.
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Sarah Howe defrauded thousands of women through her “Ladies’ Deposit Company” in the late 19th century.
French carmaker Renault’s fraught alliance with Nissan has so far prevented a deal with Fiat Chrysler. Will that change? Matthew Partridge reports.
China’s Fosun International is considering bidding for beleaguered British travel company Thomas Cook’s tour operating division.
With the contest to become the next Conservative leader heating up, punters are pouring money into the betting exchanges. Matthew Partridge weighs up the odds.
Clarence Hatry started out as an insurance clerk, but the fraud he perpetrated rattled markets across the globe.
It’s been three years since Matthew Partridge launched his Betting on Politics column. As you might expect, he’s some failures – but he’s had a lot more successes
“Disquiet” over a proposed €33bn merger with Fiat Chrysler (FCA) has caused the Renault board to postpone a key vote on starting talks.
US regulators have launched a concerted attack on the Silicon Valley tech giants. Could their glory days soon be over? Matthew Partridge reports.
It’s been 30 years since the Tiananmen Square protests and reform looks as distant as ever. Matthew Partridge reports.