Any other business

It ain’t half hot in Mumbai

22 February 2007 10:44 am

Elliot Wilson explains how to navigate India’s rigid investment rules and buy into a dazzling growth story

A rollercoaster ride with the Caucasian billionaire

22 February 2007 10:41 am

Jules Evans says the London stock market would be dull without colourful new players like Suleiman Kerimov

Princes meet in the desert to discuss the bank that has lost its way — and its brolly

22 February 2007 8:31 am

Princes meet in the desert to discuss the bank that has lost its way — and its brolly

The front-row forward who never loses a fight

15 February 2007 8:02 am

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

A win-win proposition, but not for the punters

15 February 2007 7:45 am

Edie Lush endures a ‘Win Investing’ seminar which fails in  its promise to reveal the secrets of stock-market success

Don’t believe in trickledown economics? Consider the parable of the Chelsea nanny

15 February 2007 7:43 am

Don’t believe in trickledown economics? Consider the parable of the Chelsea nanny

The last of the City’s frequent flyers

8 February 2007 7:32 am

Judi Bevan meets inexhaustible international dealmaker Sir Win Bischoff, chairman of Citigroup Europe — who is very pleased with his latest purchase, the internet bank Egg

Antiques: better value than Ikea

8 February 2007 7:30 am

Antiques: better value than Ikea

Steel and socialism give way to sex and shopping in the post-Blunkett era

8 February 2007 7:28 am

Steel and socialism give way to sex and shopping in the post-Blunkett era

The long haul for Britain’s last industrial world leader

31 January 2007 5:04 pm

Neil Collins says Rolls-Royce’s aero-engine factory is now a shockingly rare example of British excellence — and faces an increasing struggle to recruit home-grown talent

Take control of your own streets

31 January 2007 4:43 pm

Take control of your own streets

The perma-bear who sees the ice melting

31 January 2007 4:41 pm

The perma-bear who sees the ice melting

The benefits of privatising BA seem to have worn off — so why not do it again?

31 January 2007 4:39 pm

The benefits of privatising BA seem to have worn off — so why not do it again?

Secrets of survival in the Noble House

25 January 2007 8:16 am

Stephen Vines profiles Jardine Matheson, the trading group that has shrugged off upheaval in Hong Kong and shareholder unrest — but still has dynastic issues to address

Mugged by inflation — again

25 January 2007 8:12 am

Mugged by inflation — again

Invasion of nerds leaves India’s high-tech capital yearning for its old identity

25 January 2007 8:09 am

Invasion of nerds leaves India’s high-tech capital yearning for its old identity

The struggle to make Sainsbury’s great again

17 January 2007 5:20 pm

Judi Bevan says Justin King has faced a tougher task at Sainsbury’s than Stuart Rose at Marks & Spencer — and that King doesn’t think the City gives him due credit for his efforts

A slow dawn but not a false one

17 January 2007 4:58 pm

Merryn Somerset Webb says Japan is still a good bet for the medium term, despite the disappointments of 2006

Who’s new in 2007 — and how are things in Sakhalin, Comrade Lobachov?

17 January 2007 4:49 pm

Who’s new in 2007 — and how are things in Sakhalin, Comrade Lobachov?

Why we need no-frills, low-cost private schools

11 January 2007 8:54 am

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.

Open for business again — thanks to mom-and-pop stores and voluntourists

10 January 2007 6:04 pm

Open for business again — thanks to mom-and-pop stores and voluntourists

The real 3G phone boom: it’s about girls, girls, girls

10 January 2007 5:57 pm

The real 3G phone boom: it’s about girls, girls, girls

Snouts still in the trough — and now bosses want 20 per cent of every profit

3 January 2007 4:45 pm

Snouts still in the trough — and now bosses want 20 per cent of every profit

The Irishman, the Dutchwoman and the Indian who put the home team to shame

27 December 2006 3:25 pm

The Irishman, the Dutchwoman and the Indian who put the home team to shame

Will 2007 repeat the madness of 1987?

13 December 2006 4:54 pm

Richard Northedge looks back on a year in which it was all too easy to separate fools from their money — and wonders whether we’re heading for another one