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
With HMRC increasing its revenue from tax avoidance investigations, Thomas Adcock suggests looking at traditional tax planning methods instead for UK property held through offshore companies
The digital revolution has ushered in an age of unprecedented openness — as well as a raft of new threats to our security, writes Dr Laura Toogood.
Sophie Mazzier claims charity bosses should be well remunerated to allow their causes to prosper, though the same does not necessarily apply to FTSE 100 CEOs.
Trump’s unconventional foreign policy might improve US-Russia relations post-World War II, but will this honeymoon last or will the president elect eventually fall into the trap of Putin’s aggressive ambitions? Robert Amsterdam reports.