The US president has made Iran an outlaw state. Matthew Partridge reports.
Articles written by Dr Matthew Partridge
Samuel Israel’s investment returns weren’t all that they appeared to be as investors learnt to their cost.
The Uninhabitable Earth
David Wallace wells paints an alarming picture of the hell that is the earth of the future.
A Crisis of Beliefs
Academic economists Nicola Gennaioli and Andrei Shleifer argue that financial markets can, behave in irrational ways.
Book review: Ninve lessons in Brexit
Ivan Roger makes a lot of good points in his analysis of where we’ve been going wrong with Brexit.
In 1998, WorldCom was the world’s second-biggest telephone company. At its peak, it had a market cap of $186bn, and its founder, Bernard Ebber, had an estimated fortune of $1.4bn
Matthew Partridge turns his attention to the forthcoming mayoral election in the North of Tyne combined area, due to take place in May.
Italy has become the first G7 nation to endorse the Belt and Road Initiative, China’s controversial series of global infrastructure investments.
German giant Bayer has made a pig’s ear of buying the US biotech Monsanto: the stock is wilting amid legal trouble over a weedkiller. Matthew Partridge reports.
Eddie Antar and his relatives set up discount electronics store, fiddled the books and lost investors millions.