Flying taxis, hypersonic air travel, electric-powered aircraft, space tourism and ultra-long-haul travel may be closer than we realise, writes Victor Hill.
Economics & Markets
Now the disciples of Saint Greta want us all to go vegan – and stay at home. They would be better off focusing on how we can eliminate food waste, writes Victor Hill.
Mr Johnson occupies Downing Street but he is a prisoner of a Remainer parliament and the rule of lawyers. Victor Hill wonders whether Brexit has been caged.
In many respects, the global financial crisis was regarded as a crisis of morality. It now appears to be morphing into a fully-fledged eurozone banking crisis. By way of solutions, we need better bankers, better central bankers (or perhaps none at all) − and better politicians.
On 14 September drones controlled by proxies of Iran took out two important oil installations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. How will this all end?
Inside the mind of the Master Investor: influential British investor Jim Mellon reveals his latest thoughts on the markets.
The inversion of the yield curve – a reliable predictor of imminent recession – has put the financial world in a flap. Is this a cause for concern? David Jones takes a closer look.
It is February 2021 and Comrade Jeremy, First Citizen of the Socialist Republic of Britain, is visiting US President Bernie at the White House for the first time. Victor Hill reflects on a nightmare.
The automotive sector is in distress. But where there is disruption, there will be successful disruptors who will win out. Victor Hill investigates.
The West has learnt nothing from the experience of Japan’s lost two decades. That could prove to be painfully expensive.