The next financial crisis may not start exactly the same as the last one, but almost the same.
Amazon receives praise for raising its minimum wage. Is the decision politically motivated or is it simply good business?
Now even Europe wants non-dollar payment channels. America's power over the global financial system may end soon.
While a war of words is being waged across the Channel, another big battle is being fought at the other end of the Eurozone.
Thatcher promised Japanese companies "a gateway to Europe" if they moved to the UK. That gateway may close soon.
The weaker pound has created foreign interest in British companies. It puts the government on the horns of a dilemma.
Brits are using less cash so ATMs are disappearing. Is it the natural course of events or are we being nudged away from cash?
The emerging markets crisis is a godsend for Christine Lagarde. Now she can make the case for an even more powerful IMF.
Ten years after the biggest bankruptcy in corporate history, should we fear another banking crisis? Or something else?
Ten years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, I asked our editors what could be the "subprime mortgages" of the next crisis.