Marc Sidwell

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Marc Sidwell was Executive Editor for City A.M. and is the author with Anthony O'Hear of The School of Freedom (Imprint Academic, 2009).

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Perhaps, whatever Ed Miliband says, Britain likes the idea of being dominated by a successful businessman with a dark side. With [...]

13 February
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Who's Bill? It is the question of the week, after Ed Balls’ senior moment on Newsnight. Balls struggled to recall the name [...]

6 February
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Mario Draghi got stuck waiting for a lift on his way to announce the ECB’s bond-buying programme yesterday, which feels like [...]

23 January
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The Prime Minister criticised online encryption this week, on the back of the Charlie Hebdo massacre, in words that appeared [...]

16 January
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Happy 2015: despite this week’s horrifying atrocity in France, it’s going to be an extra­ordinary year. Not just for the [...]

9 January
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It's a funny thing about Santa Claus: he knows whether you’ve been bad or good, but you still have to tell him what you want [...]

19 December
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Good news: 2014 has been the year of the selfie, according to Twitter. Ellen DeGeneres’ digital self-portrait on Oscar night [...]

12 December
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The nights may be drawing in, but this time of year is still about hope shining in darkness. The latest Autumn Statement seemed [...]

5 December
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This week, one American seas­onal tradition is on everyone’s lips: Black Friday. Today is the day when US retailers kick off [...]

28 November
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WHAM! Pow! There’s been a comic book intensity to the battle of business this week, with transport app Uber drawn as the villain [...]

21 November
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Around the Tower, the poppies flow, recalling crosses, row on row... In this anniversary year, as the nation recalls the outbreak [...]

7 November
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IT IS great news that Tim Cook has chosen to declare that he is proud to be gay. Unfair discrimination is abhorrent, and such [...]

31 October
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Britain wants change in Europe, but we have to think harder about what change is worth having. Polling by YouGov this week showed [...]

24 October
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Business bashing is in vogue. This week we’ve seen regulators with self-defeating plans to rein in bankers’ pay deals, protesters [...]

17 October
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In Silicon Valley, tiny businesses with big ambitions get a surprising piece of advice: start things that don’t scale. The [...]

10 October
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