The UK gets more billionaires, but they’re a slightly poorer lot, according to the annual list of ten-figures fortunes compiled by US wealth bible Forbes, writes Alec Marsh
Following the abortive foreign takeover bid for household Dove-to-Marmite giant Unilever, questions are being asked about Britain’s ‘open borders’ M&A policy, says Matthew Hardeman
Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first (and last) spring budget deserves a cautious welcome, but what more could be expected ahead of the Brexit ‘leap in the dark’?
There are very different shoes under the famous desk in the Oval Office today, writes Alec Marsh.
It is something of an irony that Theresa May spoke today in Davos about people who have been left behind by globalisation, writes William Cash.