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The rebirth of the TPP

Trump may regret his decision to pull the US out of the trade agreement when the new TPP begins to flourish, says Koichi Hamada

29 June 2017
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How the ATM changed the world

It all began with a newfangled bank machine in Enfield 50 years ago, reveals Bernardo Batiz-Lazo

29 June 2017
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Will the Federal Reserve eat humble pie?

Amid signs of a weakening of core inflation, markets clearly think the Fed was wrong to raise interest rates. Adam Chester examines whether the gamble will pay off

28 June 2017
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Europe's gradualist fallacy

A simulated federation today may be the last chance to rescue the dream of a proper European Union, says Yanis Varoufakis

28 June 2017
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The problem with university rankings

Students can now see if their £9,000 a year fees are going to a "gold-standard' school. But how cynical should they be?

26 June 2017
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Trump's trade illogic

Christopher Smart points out three fundamental flaws in the US administration's approach to globalisation

26 June 2017
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Digital transformation: the next big thing for consultants

Edward Haigh examines what consultants are persuading their clients to do, and which firms are benefiting from this brave new world

22 June 2017
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How to address gender bias in the technology industry

Gabby Burlacu on the steps companies can take to ensure a level playing field where talent can rise to the top

22 June 2017
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Why the world needs to get smarter about water consumption

Dragan Savic on the smart water technologies coming soon to a city near you

21 June 2017
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Hammond and Carney's bid to put economic reality ahead of fantasy

Philip Hammond’s Mansion House speech was full of coded warnings and short on optimism, says Simon Lee

21 June 2017

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