One day soon, we’ll be making houses in much the same way as we make cars, says Merryn Somerset Webb – in the factory.
Articles written by Merryn Somerset Webb
It almost seems as though the world is waking up to the madness of the last few years, says Merryn Somerset Webb. And not before time.
Financial advisers have been forced to be transparent about what they take from their users, says Merryn Somerset Webb. It should be no different for social media.
A rate rise or two could make the defined-benefits pensions deficit simply disappear, says Merryn Somerset Webb. In the meantime, there are a couple of things pension fund managers could do to help things along.
It is only right that the self employed should get Universal Credit, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But only if they actually are self employed.
Aviva’s abandoned proposal to cancel £450m of preference shares has left a lot of people out of pocket. This isn’t over, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Not by a long chalk.
From cryptocurrencies to Facebook, trust is in short supply. If you want a fund to buy and abandon, who can you trust to be around long enough?
The big tech companies thought they were unstoppable, says Merryn Somerset Webb. They may have cause to think again.
Robots will take over a lot of our more mundane jobs. But they will change the future in many more ways that we just can’t foresee, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Merryn Somerset Webb may not be wildly bullish about equity markets, but here she channels her inner Tigger to find reasons to be positive.