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Cautionary Tales – The French Knight’s Guide to Corporate Culture

France 1346: The army of King Philip VI is Europe’s pre-eminent killing machine. It is used to crushing any force stupid enough to oppose it, and now fully expects to annihilate a motley band of English invaders on a field near the village of Crecy.

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Should investors step back into emerging markets?

With stock prices gyrating, analysts are split over developing economies’ prospects in a post-pandemic world

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Father’s Day advice for new investors

As markets turn bearish, will young investors run screaming into the woods?

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A Warhol, a wild back story, and the price of authenticity

Andy Warhol once gave a silkscreen portrait of Marilyn Monroe to a sceptical friend. Keep it safe in a closet, said Warhol: “One day it will be worth a million dollars.” Perhaps he undersold himself, given the price recently reached by another of Warhol’s

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