Stock exchanges in Africa will continue to experience highs and lows in the years ahead, but the trajectory is up
Attacks on “fat cat” bosses paid many times more than workers may make good headlines, but how do chief executives justify their big pay cheques?
Curbing excessive executive pay may mean fundamentally rethinking the UK’s orthodoxies of shareholder capitalism and austerity
Could anybody doubt the personal engagement of Sir Martin Sorrell with WPP, the international advertising and marketing services group he helped to found and has turned into the largest in the world?
With the FTSE 100 share index hitting a new high, passing through the previous record set in December 1999, the outlook for investors looks promising after disappointing returns in 2014
Often undervalued and overlooked, mid-market companies represent resilient and powerful growth opportunities for potential investors, as Elizabeth Pfeuti reports
Outsiders with diverse skills can be inspirational appointments for organisations headhunting top management talent, according to Odgers Berndtson