Attractive at a glance, they are priced cheaply for a reason
Cheap fuel is bringing jobs back from China to America’s former economic graveyards
Simon Nixon challenges the new conventional wisdom that all bankers are greedy, share traders are spivs, governments know best and capitalism is doomed
Simon Nixon says trust in the City is at rock-bottom but he sees a glimmer of hope in the rise of boutique banks
Simon Nixon says loss of authority at the Bank and the Treasury matter even more than the failings of the FSA
... And good riddance to the beerage.
Simon Nixon talks to Vince Cable, the Lib Dem Treasury spokesman and acting leader, who the City admires as one of the few politicians to talk sense about Northern Rock
Simon Nixon says David Cameron’s Conservatives must stop sending out such mixed signals if they want to establish serious credibility with the business community
Was Indian billionaire Vijay Mallya wise to spend £525 million on Whyte & Mackay?
The Irishman, the Dutchwoman and the Indian who put the home team to shame
Simon Nixon says the new rich are eager to give billions away — but that their largesse is best used as ‘social risk capital’, not as a substitute for state welfare
Simon Nixon says the Conservatives should start saying a lot more about tax cuts and deregulation and a lot less about ‘work–life balance’
Say no to protectionism — and let’s get down to business with Claudia Schiffer
Simon Nixon says food companies will make money out of the government’s obsession with obesity – and consumers will pay
Simon Nixon on what happens when North Sea oil runs out — and we have to do without the drug that fuelled the boom years
Simon Nixon says that we must build more motorways – and scrap railway lines
Simon Nixon says the government is powerless to prevent an energy crisis that could strike as early as this winter
Conspiracy theorists should lighten up, says Simon Nixon. The US is not about to use Iraq's fuel reserves to dominate the world
Simon Nixon on a first-class mystery: what made the Conservatives save Blair's premiership and support an unpopular war?