Any other business
The Dow Jones Industrial Average of leading US stocks passed 13200 for the first time last week.
Judi Bevan meets Sir Michael Bishop of BMI, who wants to give BA and Virgin a run for their money over the Atlantic — and has no plans to sell out to either of them
If you have a long-lost Continental lover, you have a little under six months to arrange the perfect reunion under the clock at St Pancras on 14 November
The heady days of 1999 are back. Once again it’s fashionable to work for an internet start-up, even more so if you’re a part of the so-called ‘Web 2.0’ bonanza
Jonathan Davis says that if Britain’s ancient universities want to remain world-class, they should take tutorials from Harvard and Yale in how to invest their endowments
Aux armes, actionnaires!
Why come to Kazakhstan?
Shoppers think fresh – and think less of products endorsed by World Cup losers
Matthew Lynn says British business has been too limp in its response to campaigns by media-savvy trade unions on issues such as private equity and outsourcing
A frenzy for Chinese art
The only Western oligarch in Moscow
The house may be a bargain — but how about the Chippendale to go with it?
George Kerevan says the leaders of Scotland’s booming financial sector see the prospect of independence under an SNP government as an opportunity rather than a threat
When I first moved to Britain in 1995, after a misspent youth in France, there were few Gallic accents to be heard outside the tourist hotspots.
Singapore’s property market is roaring. I know that because our lease will soon expire and our landlady wants 70 per cent more rent than she did in 2004.
Neil Collins meets Guillaume Pepy, France’s top railwayman, and asks what lessons Britain can learn from the record-breaking success of the TGV network
The regulator of premium-rate telephone services, ICSTIC, is investigating television companies which dangle prizes before viewers’ eyes and then make it extremely difficult to claim them.
Margareta Pagano visits Kingspan, a family-run firm at the forefront of zero-carbon building technology
To Armoury House, headquarters of the Honourable Artillery Company, for lunch with the recruiting officer
Edie Lush says competition from digital channels and the internet imperils the financial viability of Britain’s most provocative television broadcaster
Gordon Brown’s 11th and final Budget was a masterpiece of spin and obfuscation
Nigeria ...it’s more than what you think it is.
Jussi Pylkkanen, president of Christie’s Europe, says buyers from Russia, China and the Middle East are driving art prices to record highs
A duvet day’s as good as a pay rise
High-street icons are safe in private hands