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Harley Finkelstein’s Shopify: the “Amazon for entrepreneurs”
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Harley Finkelstein’s Shopify: the “Amazon for entrepreneurs”

Shopify started as a snowboard shop that baulked at gifting its customers to Amazon. Now,it is an essential part of the internet’s infrastructure. Har…
15 May 2021
Have emerging markets passed the Covid test?
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Have emerging markets passed the Covid test?

We examine how emerging markets are becoming an increasingly mainstream choice for investors.
14 May 2021
Central bank digital currencies: the future of money
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Central bank digital currencies: the future of money

The rise of cryptocurrencies and a move to cashless payments during the pandemic have left states and central banks playing catch-up. Are new forms of…
14 May 2021
How to invest in biotechnology: the healthcare sector’s high-growth area
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How to invest in biotechnology: the healthcare sector’s high-growth area

Dr Mike Tubbs provides an overview of this thriving industry, whose latest triumphs include the Covid-19 vaccines. He examines the best investment str…
14 May 2021
America’s largest fuel pipeline has been shut since Friday after a ransomware attack. What’s going on?
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America’s largest fuel pipeline has been shut since Friday after a ransomware attack. What’s going on?

The 5,500-mile long “Colonial Pipeline” America’s longest fuel pipeline, has been shut since the weekend after it was targeted by a group of "ransomwa…
11 May 2021
Anthony Tan: the Malaysian business scion taking on Uber
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Anthony Tan: the Malaysian business scion taking on Uber

Anthony Tan has always been unabashedly ambitious and, in taxi-hailing apps, saw his chance to get into the history books. The competition, though, ma…
8 May 2021
Big Tech is becoming Big Brother: a leviathan out of control
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Big Tech is becoming Big Brother: a leviathan out of control

With mounting influence over what we do, see, and even think, the technology giants are changing the world. It may not be long before the sector eclip…
7 May 2021
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Japan from a distance
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Japan from a distance

Matthew Brett, manager of the Baillie Gifford Japan Trust and the Baillie Gifford Japanese Fund, explains why distance needn’t mean disadvantage.
5 May 2021
António Horta-Osório: the tennis ace who saved Lloyds Bank
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António Horta-Osório: the tennis ace who saved Lloyds Bank

António Horta-Osório was determined to rescue Britain’s largest high-street bank from disaster, and he succeeded, if at the cost of his own health. Ca…
2 May 2021
The SNP’s record in Scotland: how does it stack up?
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The SNP’s record in Scotland: how does it stack up?

The SNP has been in power in Scotland since 2007, and the country is going to the polls again. So how has it performed?
1 May 2021
The Greensill saga: what’s it about and what does it mean for you?
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The Greensill saga: what’s it about and what does it mean for you?

The collapse of Lex Greensill’s business empire has left a trail of financial devastation across several countries. Saloni Sardana looks at what happe…
27 Apr 2021
Cazoo’s Alex Chesterman: “I’m not an innovator, just a copycat”
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Cazoo’s Alex Chesterman: “I’m not an innovator, just a copycat”

Serial entrepreneur Alex Chesterman likes to improve the consumer experience by spotting what’s broken, then fixing it. That’s been a successful strat…
24 Apr 2021
Will China invade Taiwan?
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Will China invade Taiwan?

A successful takeover by China of what it sees as its own renegade province would be a crowning glory for President Xi Jinping. But the stakes are hig…
24 Apr 2021
How to invest as the aviation sector bounces back from Covid-19
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How to invest as the aviation sector bounces back from Covid-19

Shares in airlines have soared over the past few weeks as hopes of a return to normality have risen. Do they have further to climb? And which will do …
23 Apr 2021
FOMO versus fundamentals
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FOMO versus fundamentals

We're living in a time of great emotional, social and economic upheaval – is this driving our investment decisions?
21 Apr 2021
Moderna’s Stéphane Bancel: the maths nerd who struck vaccine gold
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Moderna’s Stéphane Bancel: the maths nerd who struck vaccine gold

A decade ago, Stéphane Bancel took a gamble and joined a fledgling start-up working on an unproven new technology. The gamble paid off with the rise o…
17 Apr 2021
Greensill, Cameron and the return of Tory sleaze
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Greensill, Cameron and the return of Tory sleaze

The collapse of Greensill Capital threw a spotlight on political lobbying when it emerged that former PM David Cameron had been fighting its corner. J…
17 Apr 2021
Lab-grown meat: the new agricultural revolution
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Lab-grown meat: the new agricultural revolution

Vegan alternatives are taking off, but the future of food technology lies in lab-grown meat – cultivating steaks and burgers from animal cells, says A…
16 Apr 2021
What China’s new red dawn means for Hong Kong
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What China’s new red dawn means for Hong Kong

China has once again moved to tighten its control over the former British territory and global financial centre. What will remain of the old Hong Kong…
10 Apr 2021
Will Shu: Deliveroo CEO and its first delivery rider
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Will Shu: Deliveroo CEO and its first delivery rider

City analyst Will Shu was sick of working long hours at Canary Wharf and having to make do with what was left on the shelf in Tesco for dinner. So he …
10 Apr 2021
Reuniting investors with lost investments and inheritances
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Reuniting investors with lost investments and inheritances

What happens when you don’t keep track of all your accounts?
9 Apr 2021
Investing in luxury goods: a sector set for years of galloping growth
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Investing in luxury goods: a sector set for years of galloping growth

Rising Chinese consumption and the advent of e-commerce are two long-term trends powering the premium-goods industry, says Stephen Connolly. That impl…
9 Apr 2021