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Unicorn Companies: Some regions are better than others at creating privately held start-ups worth $1bn

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  • June 2019
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Unicorns are start-up companies, typically in the tech and finance space that have reached the advantageous position of over a $1bn market capitalization and remain in privately owned hands. These are effectively the cream of the crop of start-...

Luxury Goods: The biggest trends currently shaping the market

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  • June 2019
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Despite a slowdown in economic growth in multiple markets, the global luxury goods market has remained in healthy growth in recent years. Chinese buyers are now one of the most important groups in the global luxury market, in fact the Asia Paci...

Rare earth elements: Mining industry for exotic materials developing

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  • May 2019
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Rare earth elements (REE) are now essential to produce a plethora of high-tech goods, from jet engine turbine blades to smartphones and sophisticated batteries contained in electric cars. Demand is soaring, and the need for companies and countr...

Zombie companies: Ending drag on global economy now vital

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  • April 2019
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Over the past decade the number of zombie companies – generally recognized as enterprises unable to pay interest on debts and being over 10 years old – has soared. Now they represent a serious problem to the global economy. A problem seemingly ...

Saudi Arabia Vision 2030: Policy promises much, but core aims will be hard to achieve

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  • April 2019
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Saudi Arabia has attempted to wean the economy of being heavily reliant on oil for a while. Previous iterations of economic reform have come and gone, yet there has been little progress to report.

Now, however, the Vision 2030 strategy (o...

A new audit era: Big Four must account for themselves in CMA shakeup

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  • March 2019
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Accounting has been marred by a wave of failures, and in the wake of this the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has conducted a review of the market. A range of proposals have been put forward to combat challenges within the industry, ...

Emerging Megacities: Four key cities that will become the economic & population drivers of the future

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  • March 2019
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According to the UN, a megacity is a city which has exceeded 10m in population and the number of megacities is accelerating dramatically. In today’s world, megacities and their surrounding economic areas are so pivotal to the global economy tha...

Cannabis Market: Canada’s legalization of recreational marijuana is boosting the fortunes of cannabis stocks

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  • February 2019
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The cannabis market has great potential for generating more profits for investors and companies in the future. The industry has grown massively following the legalization of recreational cannabis use in Canada, making the country the trading ce...

Trends in legal services: Tech advances are changing how lawyers do business, transforming traditional legal practice model

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  • February 2019
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For many years legal services was a market in which meaningful change was largely absent. Now that is changing. Advances in technology are driving reform in areas such as virtual law, smart contracts and artificial intelligence.

Big legal...

Pharmacy Benefit Managers are under pressure: The industry is a lightning rod for America’s healthcare system at its worst

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  • February 2019
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By 2019, the Pharmacy Benefit Management market is forecast to grow to $283bn. Acting as the ‘middle men’ of America’s healthcare system, PBMs process and coordinate the delivery of prescription drugs, and act as intermediaries between payers a...

HTC decline into obscurity: Tech company experienced precipitous fall after rapid rise

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  • February 2019
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HTC, a Taiwanese tech firm, was once a smartphone market leader after experiencing rapid growth internationally - yet its time at the top proved fleeting. The company experienced a precipitous decline in sales and quickly vanished from the imag...

US-China trade war: Tariffs are exacerbating existing trends, leaving few victors

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  • January 2019
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The trade war between the United States and China began as an attempt by US President Donald Trump to correct what he saw as an unbalanced trading relationship with the second largest economy in the world. However, retaliatory tariffs from Chin...

Leading Big Businesses: An assessment of differing leadership styles

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  • November 2018
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Very large organizations are usually shaped by the style of leadership imposed by the CEO. Structures and cultures vary according to the person at the very top of a company. Some CEOs thrive when working in one area of the economy but then fail...

Department Stores: Major Trends Transforming the Retail Landscape

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  • October 2018
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In the increasingly competitive world of retail, department stores are struggling. This case study takes a close look at the major trends which have transformed the landscape in which department stores operate, how this has ultimately led to th...

Chinese Infrastructure in Africa: Far-Eastern giant is building a continent

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  • September 2018
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Over the past couple of decades China has become a leading story in the economic development of Africa. Through loans, grants and direct investment, Beijing has established a huge presence in countries which traditionally fall outside of major ...