Rupert Murdoch's media empire has consistently defied the odds - from the creation of Sky in the U.K. to Star TV in India to Fox News in the U.S.
This election may have changed the UK political landscape forever. From Boris to Labour, to Scotland, the result poses questions that will define a generation
Economic warfare is rarely just about the numbers. Behind the figures are complex decisions often led by elements not easily measurable or visible to the eye.
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As we enter the era of Big Data, companies are increasingly looking to measure everything. But, will this obsession with metrics help or hinder management?
Greta Thunberg is fighting to ensure her generation have a planet to live on. She believes that we have a limited amount of time to prevent a global catastrophe.
Many have gotten the impeachment inquiry they have long demanded. But, will they now get the result they want? Or, will Trump survive and emerge stronger?
Few would argue that the world benefits from the smooth flow of international trade, so should we be concerned if the system to protect this trade is under threat?
How much is the world's most profitable company really worth? With a potential initial public offering (IPO) in the works, we could be about to find out.
Will a Nobel Peace Prize winner be found guilty of a religiously-motivated genocide? Or was she simply defending her country's national security?
From reigning in the banks after the financial crash of 2008 to saving the US from runaway inflation, it's safe to say Paul Volcker left his mark on America.
While the famous Big Macs sold in all McDonald's are the same, the cost to serve them in a black-owned franchise is considerably higher than their white peers.
Talk of instability in Germany often conjures up images of the Nazi's rise, but could too much political stability be leading to similar parties emerging today?
Featuring: Michele O'Boyle on becoming the Law Society's 149th president - and just the fourth female leader in 177 years; professional stress leading to problematic behaviour; banks cannot simply pay lip service to contractual requirements on variable interest rate mortgages; and more.
Kerrygold's U.S. rise; How Brexit created a country of Leavers and Remainers; The "ecosystem" economy; & more. Listen to our best, long-form articles.
This might seem odd, but, in a world where people have never been so mobile and cars have never seemed so attainable, we may be about to witness peak car?
Google’s parent company Alphabet is searching for a clear path out of the quagmire Big Tech finds itself in. Can new CEO, Sundar Pichai, lead the way?
From the CEO delivering orders himself, to a $2bn company, Deliveroo's ascension is hard to ignore. But as new investment stalls, can the company keep growing?
NATO was established by Western allies in 1949 to create a united military deterrent against Soviet aggression. Today, its biggest threat appears to be internal.
How was a convicted terrorist able to go on a stabbing rampage in London, claiming 5 victims? Should the key have been thrown away when he was first locked up?
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Manchester City Football Club have won their biggest off-field title yet – they have become the most valuable sports group in the world. How has this happened?
Hong Kong is a global economic hub, but what happens when you mix this with mass demonstrations and protests? Is the region's international economy under threat?
Farmer protests over unfair beef prices brought Dublin city centre to a standstill. Can the government help them? Or is the industry just uneconomical?
Black Friday is an American tradition which has conquered Europe, but is the day as good as it seems for physical retailers? Or does it actually harm them?
It is a holiday best known for uniting friends and family for some shared overindulgence. But it does have a dark history and can lead to family squabbles.
Wealth taxes have exploded in popularity. But is the policy an effective way of raising revenue? Or would it simply lead to an exodus of the most wealthy people?
Israel's Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has been indicted for counts of bribery, fraud, and breach of trust. His opponents smell blood. Will they get it?
The new EU commission could be the most political ever, but can new President von der Leyen change the union as we know it? Or will a divided EU stop her?
The biggest luxury goods company in the world is about to get a little bigger. But can Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) justify spending billions on jewelry?
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Ireland's insurance industry is beginning to severely affect the country, with businesses across the nation being forced to close. But what is actually going on?
Kylie Jenner is undoubtedly the queen of social media, but how did she go from being an influencer to one of the youngest billionaires in the world?
When Evo Morales resigned, he blamed 'a civilian, political and police coup'. But was this a coup of a successful socialist leader or the toppling of a dictator?
What's the best way to beat Trump? Democrats think moving the party left is the answer, but could it take another, much richer billionaire to beat the President?
The problem with Islamic State didn't end with the defeat of the organisation. Over 1,200 EU nationals now reside in Syrian prisons. Should they be allowed home?
In an ever-changing business environment, how do managers build teams that innovate and react to new challenges as opposed to teams that are easily overwhelmed?
The internet may be the most powerful political tool ever, but in an unregulated environment, disinformation can be rife. Is a ban on all political ads the answer?
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Europe is in a dangerous position. Trump's reservations with NATO, China's rise and Russia's constant threat, have Brussels exposed. Is an EU army the answer?
It would be the biggest private equity leveraged buyout of all time, but is a deal possible? And if so, how could the $70bn needed be raised?
Europe's banking system has suffered since the 2008 crash, negative rates and a debt crisis have crippled the area. But could a union be the saving grace?
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As it approaches its 20th birthday, The Irish Times examines the origins and current realities of Ireland’s method of housing asylum seekers.
Listening to the Tory and Labour parties spending plans it's easy to think Christmas has come early, but are these billion pound promises realistic?