Digital economy

Coding was once a field dominated by women. From the 1940s to the 1960s, about 90 per cent of computer programmers [...]

9 May 2019

Are MPs right that the UK needs an independent watchdog to regulate internet sites? [...]

11 April 2019

Last year, I met someone who had previously worked for a big tech firm in its “free speech” unit. What had [...]

10 April 2019

Could financial services firms be better off basing themselves outside of the capital? [...]

9 April 2019

"Everything flows, nothing stands still” (Heraclitus, 501 BC). Quite a lot has changed in 2,500 years, but that [...]

9 April 2019

A common view of the world goes thus – individuals and businesses do whatever they can to pursue their own self-interest, [...]

8 April 2019

This week, UK retailers received one of their biggest tax bills of the year. The consequences of the 2017 revaluation [...]

4 April 2019

The European Parliament has voted for a controversial copyright directive that critics claim could harm the future [...]

26 March 2019

A prominent bitcoin critic has warned central banks against issuing their own digital currencies. [...]

22 March 2019

The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has warned banks that cryptocurrencies could pose a risk to financial [...]

13 March 2019

The craft beer scene is big business. Hundreds of challenger brands have emerged over the past decade or more [...]

4 March 2019

The journalist Tom Bower has a new book: Dangerous Hero – Corbyn’s Ruthless Plot for Power. [...]

28 February 2019

An EU-wide digital services levy would distort the bloc’s tax system and introduce extra bureaucracy, a pan-European [...]

19 February 2019

Dentsu Aegis today said it has appointed former UBS banker Volker Doberanzke as its global president of business [...]

7 February 2019

As the US-China talks resume this week, the spectre of global trade disintegration on looms ever larger. [...]

5 February 2019

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