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BlackRock’s Green New Deal

In This Changes Everything, Naomi Klein outlines a vision for saving the planet in which investors have no role to play. Capitalism, the argument goes, is at odds with the climate. Yet, with the rise of ESG investing, is there now a...

An Inconvenient Truth

In John Locke’s social contract theory, the right of revolution is one of the most fundamental political rights. When the body politic believes that the government of the day is no longer acting in their interest, they have the legitimate...

The Juul in the Crown

Thank you for vaping The original ‘sin’ stock since the 1950s, the tobacco industry is at risking of blowing a premium opportunity to reinvent itself. The development of low-harm products, those that vaporise and heat tobacco rather than burn it, have...

The Monzos and Medicis

Monzo’s security woes, trust and challenger banks   In the 15th century, the Medici banking dynasty ruled over Europe. The Medici family had built up a reputation which created a large financial system in an era when information was scarce.   It is...

Das Woke Kapital

Unilever’s woke washes whiter Adam Smith famously claimed that “It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker that we expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest.” In recent years, we...

Just giving? Philanthropy in the 21st century

Philanthropists of the world, unite! In the late 19th century, John D. Rockefeller made PR history by hiring the famous press agent, Ivy Lee, to change his public image from robber baron to caring philanthropist. Lee encouraged Rockefeller to publicise...