THE MEANING OF MONEY
Dan Ariely, Jack Bogle, Alexa Von Tobel and other financial gurus reflect on the meaning of money.
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DO THE RICH DESERVE THEIR MONEY?
Wealth inequality is an international preoccupation, but a worldwide polls shows people are split in their opinion of whether the rich deserve their wealth.
Francesco Guerrera, WSJ‘s Investing Editor, discusses the results and implications with reporter...
Globalization is one of the most important and influential developments of our age, but are we really as globally linked as we think we are?
Global Strategist Pankaj Ghemawat, Professor of Strategic Management at the IESE Business School in Barcelona, has assessed data...
BUDGETING YOUR BUSINESS
When Jessica Herrin, founder and CEO of Stella + Dot, started her first company in 1999 it was venture-backed and over-capitalised.
The greatest lesson that she has learnt is that if you have a lot of money, you will find a way to spend it, and it is not necessarily the...
Scores of women will gather on April 28th in New York to bid thousands on used handbags by the likes of Hermes, Judith Lieber, and Chanel – in 2011, an Hermes diamond-studded bag sold for $202,000
Christina Binkley talks with Wendy Bounds on WSJ‘s Lunch Break about...
TWEET UP YOUR CREDIT SCORE
If you want a better credit score, try tweeting.
Start-ups are rethinking how to calculate creditworthiness by analysing data from social networks and other factors to reach people who have a hard time getting loans.
Evelyn Rusli and Lenddo‘s Jeff Stewart join...
LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP
Women often talk about adversity being the greatest driver of experience, insights, and perspective that propels them forward. Moira Forbes, publisher of ForbesWoman, talks with Beth Brooke, Global Vice Chair at Ernst & Young, and asks what was the hardest leadership...
IS ART AN ASSET CLASS?
Citi Private Bank produces analyst reports on artists as it does for stocks. Reuters finance blogger Felix Salmon and Citi Private Bank Art Advisor Jonathan Binstock debate whether artists should be treated like stocks, and how this will affect the art world.
THE NANNY SOLUTION
The presence of on-site examiners, regulators who work in the offices of large banks to oversee management, risks and operations, are almost unheard of in other sectors.
Should this nanny solution be allowed to continue? Francesco Guerrera reports on WSJ‘s News...
CHRISTINE LAGARDE INTERVIEW
Christine Lagarde, Head of the International Monetary Fund, is interviewed by Maha Altal about her journey to the top, what the IMF must do, and how people must learn to cope.
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FRANCE TAX RICH 75%
France‘s Socialist government has hiked taxes for the rich to as much as 75% of their income.
David Wessel reports on WSJ‘s News Hub, with Simon Constable, on how these tax rates could impact economic growth.
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The price of Burberry shares have fallen 18%. Is this the end of the luxury sector’s immunity to the global economic downturn that most of the world is enduring?
Dow Jones‘ Peter Evans and Nick Hastings discuss the surprising downturn for one of the UK’s premier blue chip...