Matthew Lynn profiles Peter Sutherland, the pugnacious chairman of BP who stands accused of forcing the early departure of the oil giant’s chief executive, Lord Browne
If you ever happen to find yourself teaching an economics class at a private school, here’s a question you could write on the blackboard.
Matthew Lynn says Porsche is supremely successful in its own niche, but that does not qualify it to run Europe’s largest mass-market car maker
Matthew Lynn finds private military contractors such as Colonel Tim Spicer — formerly known as mercenaries — responding to demand in a high-growth business sector
The mighty search engine has gone from cool start-up to capitalist monster in record time — but its decline could be just as quick
Matthew Lynn offers a blueprint for the revival of the last great name in the British motor industry — which Ford looks likely to sell off
Matthew Lynn asks why one of London’s two new football grounds is a triumph but the other — the National Stadium — is a fiasco