Best of Spear's: Prince Charles to Write for Spear's, Scotland's First Billionaire Supports Scottish Business, Fortnum & Mason's Food and Drink Awards - Spear's Magazine

Best of Spear’s: Prince Charles to Write for Spear’s, Scotland’s First Billionaire Supports Scottish Business, Fortnum & Mason’s Food and Drink Awards

The five most read articles on Spear’s last week and the best of the blogs

The five most read articles on Spear's last week:

 

1. Prince Charles announced as guest contributor to Ben Goldsmith's guest-edit of Spear's

Spear's is pleased to announced that HRH The Prince of Wales will be contributing an article to the next issue of Spear's, guest-edited by Ben Goldsmith

2. Ex-Spouses Can't Claim Future Fortunes, says Lawyer in Dale Vince Divorce Case

Too often courts rule that wealthy parties should pay simply because they can pay, but green energy boss Dale Vince's defeat of his ex-wife's financial claim is a welcome change

3. The Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards

Fortnum & Mason held their first Food and Drink awards this week, with a splendid bash in their Diamond Jubilee Tea Rooms

4. How Scotland's First Billionaire, Sir Tom Hunter, is Boosting Scottish Entrepreneurship

Sophie McBain hears how the ‘hatcheries’ of the not-for-profit business accelerator Entrepreneurial Spark are helping to nurture nascent businesses across Scotland

Scotland's First Billionaire, Sir Tom Hunter, with Jim Duffy of Entrepreneurial Spark

5. Is The JetLev the Ultimate Luxury Toy for Watersports Addicts?

Mark Nayler straps himself to a Jetlev, a jet pack with more than a touch of the James Bond about it

 

The best of the blogs: 

Can You Undo Tax Planning Mistakes?

Two recent cases shed light on whether you can undo expensive tax planning mistakes

Another Dragon's Den Investor Hits Business Difficulty: What Can we Learn from Bannatyne's £122m Debt?

If the UK wants to boost business, we need to reconsider how we react to business failure

Equity Markets are Riding High, So is a Fall Inevitable?

When markets breach all time highs, wise heads become anxious about impending falls

 

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