Matthew Partridge explores what lessons investors can learn from William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.
Articles written by Dr Matthew Partridge
The online streaming giant is vastly overpriced and its growth is slowing, says Matthew Partridge.
Matthew Partridge looks at who is most likely to take over presenting duties when David Dimbleby steps down from the current-affairs programme.
Riyadh seems no longer inclined to turn a deaf ear to criticism. Matthew Partridge reports.
The Aim market of mostly smaller companies has traditionally been seen as a bit of a backwater. Is it time to change that view? Matthew Partridge talks to Paul Latham and Richard Power of fund management company Octopus.
Book review: Backlash: Saving globalisation from itself
Supporters of an open global economy may have exaggerated the benefits and underplayed the costs.
Book review: Adam Smith: What He Thought and Why It Matters
Conservative MP Jesse Norman attempts to reconcile these two sides of Adam Smith’s philosophy.
The 1983 comedy starring Eddie Murphy and Dan Ackroyd is good reminder of why investors should always keep a level head, says Matthew Partridge.
With Ohio’s Senate seat up for grabs in November, it promises to be one of the most closely watched mid-term contents, says Matthew Partridge.
Donald Trump has imposed sanctions on Iran. But the measures are unlikely to achieve much. Matthew Partridge reports.