The surface of Mars has fascinated generations of science fiction writers.
Can a direct freight train between China and London deliver stronger trade relations between the two countries?
Last night, US president Donald Trump fired his acting attorney-general Sally Yates, after she told government lawyers not to defend legal challenges against his travel ban blocking citizens of seven countries from the US. Colin Yeo, a UK asylum barrister, explains Trump’s executive order isn’t a law and appears to have been formulated with little or no
US president Donald Trump looks set to follow through with his campaign policy to build a wall between the US and Mexico, a border which spans roughly 2000 miles.
Belgian economist Paul de Grauwe is the author of The Limits of the Market, which looks at the tension between the market and the state.
Amid radical subsidy cuts and network capacity constraints, the renewable energy sector in the UK is finding novel ways to stay commercially competitive.
The US is politically divided.
There’s a whole lot of things going on in Davos today.
Global trade has boomed in the last few years and for many countries it is expected to continue to climb.
The 47th World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting will take place from 17 to 20 January, coinciding with Donald Trump’s inauguration as US President.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is already impacting life insurers — and depending on your perspective — it can be a friend or foe.
There was blood on the high street this morning after Next — the first retailer ahead of a flurry to divulge their Christmas trading performance — warned this coming year was not going to be good.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the biggest technology exhibit in the world, will celebrate its 50th anniversary this year and it’s become a closely watched indicator of where the tech sector is headed.
Super Mario Run — Nintendo’s first official foray on to the mobile platform (Pokemon Go doesn’t count) — has broken mobile gaming records but investors aren’t sure what to think.
Fitbit’s purchase of Pebble — the smartwatch start up that kickstarted the concept — has sparked concern that smartwatches may not be the panacea some had hoped for the life insurance industry.
The recent Opec deal could mean state revenues are squeezed, not boosted by a rising oil price, leaving the cartel’s members facing a sharp reduction in state revenues.
Move over low value contactless transactions.
The average consumer could save over $500 in insurance and banking fees because of new ‘smart contracts’ based on blockchain technology, according to recently published research.
Financial institutions are constantly under pressure to deliver profit and an easy solution is to cut existing costs.
Keep your Jackson Pollocks on the wall for now – owning classic cars could be more profitable than art, gold or property.
While many believe the unthinkable has happened with Donald Trump becoming the 45th president of the US, leaving some disillusioned about the future direction of the country, the US remains set to continue its rise as, potentially, the biggest offshore tax haven in the world.
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