Just last month, the Business Roundtable – an association of CEOs of top American companies working to promote a thriving US economy – announced its intent to change course on the guiding principles of business by declaring that companies are no longer solely beholden to the interests of shareholders, but that corporations also have a responsibility to the communities they serve.
Over the summer, we saw reports of early warning signs for an economic slowdown in the US.
The Liberal Democrats regard themselves as a party in the ascendancy and the atmosphere at this year’s Conference was buoyant.
This morning we hosted a breakfast discussion between Portland’s Alastair Campbell and Jon Sopel, the BBC’s North America Editor to mark the publication of his new book, “A Year at the Circus: Inside Trump’s White House“. Here are the top five takeaways from this morning’s event: 1. Political mastermind? Having observed Trump’s decisions as a […]
The third Democratic debate took place in Houston last Thursday and, this time, only ten candidates qualified and took place on just one night.
Brexit isn’t the only issue concerning Europe for the first time in a while.
Measurement and evaluation