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young renters now spending three times more on housing costs than their grandparents did. (image: shutterstock.com)

Housing problems are reaching a crisis point for many of the UK’s millennials, with the goal of home ownership so prized by the British increasingly out of reach
Aramco and Tesla Redefine What Stock Price Means

Aramco and Tesla may be companies from opposite ends of the spectrum, but their stock prices and valuations have very important core factors in common.
Fintech

Find out how Fintech is not only disrupting the financial industry has also caused an ongoing revolution in forex trading that many feels is still redefining the opportunity.
End of the Miracle? China Stands at a Crossroads

As debt rises and the economy slows, economists ponder what the future holds for China's historic rise to global powerhouse.
David Jinks: “Half of existing stores may disappear by 2023 — that’s largely down to the impact of e-commerce. It’s more efficient, greener and comes with better protections for consumers,” (image: shutterstock.com)

The previously online-only bookshop has expanded aggressively into brick-and-mortar retail, which is reeling from inflation. Analysts say Amazon's technology gives it an edge, but there are privacy concerns
Protester hold placards Saltires and EU flags during a demonstration to demand a vote on the Brexit deal between Britain and the European Union in Edinburgh Scotland

As the UK’s business community anxiously follows Theresa May’s Brexit negotiations, a study has raised new concerns about the cost of trading tariffs after Britain leaves the EU.
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, attends the launching the new generation of its smartphone, Huawei P20, in Paris

For the first time two Chinese companies made the world’s top 10 most valuable brands, but the country has a long list of other firms that are waiting in the wings.
This time automation and artificial intelligence are a game changer for your job. Read why.

Opinions differ on just how much of an impact automation and AI will have on the global economy while investment in this area is not slowing down. Spending in automation  is expected to surge to almost $232bn by 2025 compared to an estimated $12.4bn today.
Invest In 2020, Will Vietnam Become the "Next" China

Invest In 2020: Since China has been hit hard by the US tariffs, many companies are eyeing on Vietnam to become the next Asian booming superpower.
Centre for Retail Research’s : "2018 will probably be the worst year for bad retail news since the recession in 2008, when Woolworths collapsed” (image: shutterstock.com)

What will Christmas 2018 bring for Britain's struggling retailers? We examine the latest aspects of online shopping, including omnichannel selling, personalisation and the use of AI.