Business

The second-hand book trade has lost much of its romance and charm, not to mention eccentric establishments and their owners

Banks should be like activist investors and intervene early rather than pull loans hastily

Security is important — but you often have to keep a very close eye on the guards

Virtue-signalling companies should put their money where their mouths are

After a recent incident in London’s Carnaby Street, Brice Stratford laments the “dire state” of corporate Soho

The notorious fraudster Bernie Madoff has died in prison at the age of 82

In light of the recent Supreme Court ruling that Uber drivers are ‘workers’, Conservatives must now show themselves to be champions of workers’ rights

Sir Andrew Cook, chairman of leading British manufacturer William Cook Group, bemoans the fact that the parties of the left no longer stand up for the little guy

Can talent quota restrictions based on biology really deliver increased profits, productivity and gain?

The National Security and Investment Bill is a great first step towards ensuring Britain’s long-term economic prosperity