UK consumer confidence jumped nicely in August, leading some to say that we can relax, the post Brexit crisis is over. If you say so. . .
Posted on 26th August 2016 in General business.
A burgeoning start-up scene in Spain shows how Spain, just like London, is turning crisis into an opportunity for entrepreneurs.
Self-driving taxis have hit the streets of Singapore; this may turn the car industry upside down.
Artificial intelligence, those very words conjure up fear in many people, but do we really need to fret?
Tesla has revealed a new battery for its cars that will generate truly stunning performance. But this is more than just a story about a new whizzy technology or a powerful car, it illustrates how technology is changing the world.
Most of us assume that we are rational, but are we really? Understanding this may be the key to successful selling and marketing in business.
Do we need helicopter money or do we just the government to open up the coffers and spend? The debate may seem arcane, but actually it may be the most important economic issue of our time. Words uttered by Theresa May in parliament illustrate why.
Posted on 23rd August 2016 in City News.
Both public and private spending on big projects has fallen sharply since the Brexit vote, this could be the precise opposite of what the UK needs.
Posted on 22nd August 2016 in General business.
The two biggest economies in the world are riddled with debt, should we be worried?
RBS is to start charging some large corporate customers to hold their cash. We may be seeing the beginning of the end of physical cash – notes and coins.
Posted on 22nd August 2016 in City News.