December 12, 2018

Theresa May’s handling of Brexit is a classic case of bad leadership

For two-and-a-half years misstep has followed misstep.
December 11, 2018

Copyright law does not protect the taste of cheese

A judgment by the European court has extended copyright to all literary and artistic creations, but cheese is still not protected.
December 11, 2018

How a no-deal Brexit may affect each part of the traditional Christmas dinner

Turkey, pigs in blankets, potatoes, parsnips, carrots, Brussels spouts and cranberries – which are safe and which aren't?
December 7, 2018

Tech giants need to take more responsibility for the advertising that makes them billions

To get out of the digital advertising quagmire, the only way is (business) ethics.
December 7, 2018

Why Apple is no longer a byword for innovation – just ask the markets

Who would you rather work for: Apple or Domino's Pizza?
December 6, 2018

Jay-Z’s $200-million clothing battle could be game changer for black lawyers the world over

If Mr Beyonce wins his argument that an arbitration clause should be struck down for lack of diversity, the barn door will be blown off the whole profession.
December 5, 2018

What moves markets more, Twitter or traditional news?

New research into the Greek crisis from 2012-16 compared how tweets and traditional news affected bond yields among countries in the eurozone peripheries.
December 4, 2018

Women in STEM: how gender inequality could damage Scotland’s economy

With demand outstripping supply for STEM professionals, Scotland will suffer if more young women are not engaged with these subjects.
December 3, 2018

How the neoliberal obsession with valuing nature changes our understanding of it

Valuing nature is hardly natural.
November 30, 2018

G20 will be about Donald Trump and his tariffs – but China will dominate the new world order

We may be on the cusp of a full-blow trade war that could reconfigure globalisation.
November 30, 2018

The rise of the low-pay workforce – when seven jobs just isn’t enough

New research shows high numbers of people in the UK are working multiple low-paid jobs.
November 29, 2018

The economic cost of Brexit is unavoidable – but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth it

Independent research estimates that Theresa May's deal could reduce UK GDP per capita by between 1.9% and 5.5% over ten years.