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Brexit fears are weighing on jobs growth

Brexit fears are weighing on jobs growth

A 'wait-and-see' approach is prevailing as UK firms wait for the outcome of the EU referendum.

 

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Why Muslim entrepreneurs can give Islam a much needed image boost

Why Muslim entrepreneurs can give Islam a much needed image boost

29 April 2016

EDITOR'S BLOG: There's a wealth of Muslim business talent out there. Perhaps they can help change British perceptions of Islam.

 
 
How would Brexit affect employment law?

How would Brexit affect employment law?

28 April 2016

WORKPLACE RIGHTS: If the UK votes to leave the EU, it is unlikely that the government would change workplace legislation.

 
 
Daniel Kahneman: The father of behavioural economics

Daniel Kahneman: The father of behavioural economics

27 April 2016

To mark 50 years of MT, here's the second in a series looking back at the best business brains since 1966.

 
 
Can we avert another financial crisis?

Can we avert another financial crisis?

26 April 2016

The Only Game in Town's arguments on how to avoid another global economic collapse make sense, but the political will is not there.

 
 
Sage CEO Stephen Kelly is on a mission to make some noise

Sage CEO Stephen Kelly is on a mission to make some noise

25 April 2016

THE MT INTERVIEW: There'll be no more hiding of Sage's light under a bushel, says the accounts software outfit's high-energy boss.

 
 
Howard Davies: Lessons from free trade crusader John Bright on staying in the EU

Howard Davies: Lessons from free trade crusader John Bright on staying in the EU

22 April 2016

MT DIARY: Rochdale's finest, Bob Dylan's Brexit blues and how to rile the French.

 
 
What was business like a decade ago?

What was business like a decade ago?

05 April 2016

It's 50 years since MT was first published, so we've trawled the archives to bring you some gems from times gone by. The third in our series: 2001-5.

 
 
Howard Davies: Can Star Trek help stop Brexit?

Howard Davies: Can Star Trek help stop Brexit?

04 April 2016

MT DIARY: Why the Starship Enterprise could save the EU, Frankfurt's quiet nightlife and Dublin's growing economy.

 
 
Billy Elliot won't dance out of the ruins of Port Talbot

Billy Elliot won't dance out of the ruins of Port Talbot

01 April 2016

EDITOR'S BLOG: Tata's involvement with the UK steel industry is unlikely to have a happy ending.

 
 
What the new gender pay rules mean for your business

What the new gender pay rules mean for your business

01 April 2016

WORKPLACE RIGHTS: New regulations mean businesses will have to publish data on female and male employees' pay.

 
 
Drug cartels and big business have much in common

Drug cartels and big business have much in common

01 April 2016

Narconomics is an exhilarating trip into the heart of the illegal narcotics industry, revealing that it operates much like a legitimate global corporation.

 
 
The steel crisis should come as no surprise - least of all to the PM

The steel crisis should come as no surprise - least of all to the PM

31 March 2016

David Cameron convenes an emergency meeting of ministers, while Sajid Javid rushes back from Australia, but the collapse of Tata's UK steel business has been a long time coming.

 
 

The MT interview: Gareth Penny

The boss of the world's dominant diamond business

Gareth Penny, De Beers Group CEO, predicts a sparkling return to form