Marc Sidwell

(Contributor)

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).

Social media

Archive

Who would have thought newspapers worth reading could be free? Yet today they are firmly established as a prominent feature in [...]

2 October
Shares
33

What do you think Pippa Middleton’s secret is? Cross-fit? Pilates, maybe? Wrong: cross country skiing. The Duchess of Cambridge’s [...]

26 September
Shares
24

MORE must cost less. In his new book Zero to One, entrepreneur and investor Peter Thiel observes that the dream of globalisation [...]

25 September
Shares
76

First things first: backpacking is a lot more fun without the backpack. Forget any student holidays spent hauling grubby camping [...]

19 September
Shares
37

You're back from the summer, but for how long? In case you missed it, one tech visionary thinks many City jobs could be automated [...]

11 September
Shares
41

We have three months to save a vital piece of Britain’s commercial heritage. The Art Fund, an independent charity which helps [...]

4 September
Shares
7

It's enough to make an accountant develop a nervous one. This week Amazon snapped up Twitch, a video platform and community for [...]

28 August
Shares
10

Fresh data, but no fresh hope for the mid-market grocers. Tesco dropped its market share to 28.8 per cent in the 12 weeks to [...]

28 August
Shares
11

Look who’s back. Tomorrow night Peter Capaldi, formerly swear-master Malcolm Tucker from The Thick of It, takes his place at [...]

21 August
Shares
41

Plans for a leaner, meaner and more profitable mining giant drew little love from investors yesterday. It was easy to see why [...]

20 August
Shares
1

Amid all the horror and hard choices dominating the global news this summer, it’s important not to miss the brighter trends [...]

14 August
Shares
15

Surely anyone who hoped to see banks punished in the wake of the financial crisis should be ecstatic with the new settlement [...]

7 August
Shares
7

It's hardly the Cold War all over again, but Russia’s announcement that it intends to retaliate against sanctions imposed on [...]

6 August
Shares
6

For the City, the Great War began with a financial crisis. Even before Britain committed itself, Europe’s great powers ranging [...]

4 August
Shares
14

Markets make people better. Not many people seem to think so these days, but the idea got a boost from a recent piece of research [...]

31 July
Shares
172