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José Neves: the Buddhist transforming luxury fashion
José Neves
People

José Neves: the Buddhist transforming luxury fashion

José Neves cornered the market in building bespoke websites and apps for boutique fashion brands and retailers. That put him in a sweet spot when the …
25 Jul 2021
A new revolution in Cuba?
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Economy

A new revolution in Cuba?

The biggest protests in decades have rocked the one-party communist state. But is change for the better really on the cards?
24 Jul 2021
The five best ways to invest in India's promising future
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Emerging markets

The five best ways to invest in India's promising future

The pandemic has been catastrophic for India, yet the stockmarket is hitting record highs. Investors are right to remain optimistic about the long ter…
23 Jul 2021
The story of Wise, a multi-billion fintech started by accident
Kristo Käärmann
People

The story of Wise, a multi-billion fintech started by accident

If you grow up in a situation where a whole country has to be made from scratch, creating a game-changing financial technology start-up such as Wise …
17 Jul 2021
The dawn of a new space age
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Global Economy

The dawn of a new space age

Jostling to be the first billionaire in space might seem to be a daft ego trip, but it is all part of a broader space industry with important real-wor…
16 Jul 2021
Wes Edens: the raider who snapped up Morrisons
People

Wes Edens: the raider who snapped up Morrisons

Wes Edens is already well known in Birmingham for rescuing the city’s Aston Villa football club from disaster. Can he pull a similar trick with a flag…
11 Jul 2021
Just how much of a threat is rising inflation?
Inflation

Just how much of a threat is rising inflation?

Investors are getting spooked by the prospect of rising prices. But how much of a threat is that really? Simon Wilson reports
10 Jul 2021
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What’s driving the oil price volatility, and where could it go next?
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What’s driving the oil price volatility, and where could it go next?

The oil price has whipsawed in volatile trading, after Opec delayed a key production meeting. Saloni Sardana looks at what's going on, and where the o…
7 Jul 2021
John McAfee: the tech maverick who lost a $100m fortune
People

John McAfee: the tech maverick who lost a $100m fortune

John McAfee made his name pioneering software to protect against computer viruses. He lost nearly everything in the financial crash and lived a life o…
4 Jul 2021
Artists demand a fair share of the music industry pie
Economy

Artists demand a fair share of the music industry pie

Technology once threatened to destroy the music industry, now it's helping it thrive. But while investors are making a packet, artists says they are n…
3 Jul 2021
It’s time to worry about inflation
UK Economy

It’s time to worry about inflation

The Bank of England’s outgoing chief economist, Andy Haldane, tells Merryn Somerset Webb why rising prices may prove more durable than everyone expect…
2 Jul 2021
Ken Goldin: making a million from a child’s hobby
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Ken Goldin: making a million from a child’s hobby

Ken Goldin’s career began when, aged 12, he swapped his toy cars for a baseball-card collection. He turned the hobby into a multimillion-dollar busine…
27 Jun 2021
Why are childcare costs in Britain so exorbitant?
UK Economy

Why are childcare costs in Britain so exorbitant?

Working parents who have to pay for care for their children will know that it costs a lot of money. Indeed, it costs more here than anywhere else in t…
26 Jun 2021
Investing to tackle our toughest sustainability challenges
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Investing to tackle our toughest sustainability challenges

SPONSORED CONTENT - Liontrust’s Peter Michaelis explores the challenge of meeting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals
25 Jun 2021
The world in 2041
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The world in 2041

SPONSORED CONTENT - Peter Michaelis, head of the Liontrust Sustainable Investment team, looks to the future
23 Jun 2021
Why our rickety internet infrastructure needs an upgrade
Global Economy

Why our rickety internet infrastructure needs an upgrade

The internet is an increasingly essential part of international infrastructure. Recent events have shown that it is also vulnerable to collapse.
19 Jun 2021
Patrick Drahi’s audacious raid on BT
People

Patrick Drahi’s audacious raid on BT

Patrick Drahi, the Israeli-French billionaire, has stealthily become the biggest shareholder in the British telecoms firm, seeking to unleash its true…
19 Jun 2021
Investing in stem cells, the building blocks of the body
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Investing in stem cells, the building blocks of the body

Stem cells have always been tomorrow’s technology. But it looks as though their time has finally come – and they will transform the treatment of disea…
18 Jun 2021
Innovation and growth: the rise of emerging markets
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Innovation and growth: the rise of emerging markets

Emerging markets have changed dramatically over the last decade – we examine what’s driving this transformation.
14 Jun 2021
Nvidia’s Jensen Huang: prophet of the AI age
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Nvidia’s Jensen Huang: prophet of the AI age

Jensen Huang’s Nvidia started out in computer games. That may have been merely a toehold on the route to global dominance in the tech industry.
13 Jun 2021
The G7’s global corporation tax: bringing Big Tech to heel
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The G7’s global corporation tax: bringing Big Tech to heel

The G7 group of nations has agreed to potentially historic changes in the way multinational companies are taxed. Who wins and who loses?
12 Jun 2021
What’s the outlook for the UK tech sector?
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What’s the outlook for the UK tech sector?

As the UK moves through the Covid-19 pandemic, the country’s tech sector has a potentially big part to play in the recovery.
10 Jun 2021