Activist investor Paul Singer isn't known for pulling his punches. But his attack on Arconic's CEO, Klaus Kleinfeld, was particularly brutal.
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Fashion designer Tom Cridland answers five questions on the international sustainable fashion brand he started.
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Forestry has performed well in recent years, enjoying annual returns of 18% over the past decade. But is it a sound investment? Sarah Moore reports.
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Small businesses tempted to use unlicensed software could find themselves receiving a substantial bill for damages, says David Prosser.
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With a two-year fixed mortgage – the most popular term – you could be shopping for a new mortgage just as the UK leaves the EU. It could be worth fixing your payments for longer, says Ruth Jackson.
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The tables appear to have turned in favour of more cyclical companies, says professional investor James Davidson. Here, he picks three stocks that should benefit from this turnaround in sentiment.
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Kenneth Rogoff, professor of economics at Harvard University, believes global growth is set to outperform expectations in 2017.
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Canada is in the middle of a massive house price bubble that could be about to burst. John Stepek looks at what’s going on, and how it could affect you.
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Markets have reined in their expectations of inflation over the next five years . But it’s too early to write off the reflation trade.
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When it became clear that Emmanuel Macron had narrowly prevailed over Marine Le Pen in the first round of the presidential election, markets surged.
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Paints firm AkzoNobel has received a generous offer, and activists are urging a sale. So why is the firm standing firm? Ben Judge reports.
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Infrastructure group Stobart has rewarded investors, while chipmaker Imagination Technologies has hit trouble.
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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is feeling bullish. But this isn’t necessarily good news: its forecasting record is mediocre.
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