There doesn't have to be a trade-off between your morals and your bank balance; sustainable investment actually makes solid business sense, as Fergus Moffatt explains
Where we invest is driven by a mix of personal preference, government incentives and economic trends.
Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna faces a battle on two fronts as he attempts to secure Britain's place in a global economy - without alienating business leaders.
Many of today’s investors want to see their money make a social difference, not just a financial return.
Shadow chancellor opens new dividing line with the Tories by vowing to avoid raising "the tax that hits everyone".
It is not enough for Labour to assent to sound principles if it is not prepared to fight for them with conviction.
Inequality within the United Kingdom is growing - not just between people, but its constituent parts. The next government will have to do more to turn the tide.
To critics business rates are complex, unfair and produce perverse incentives - to others they offer the guarantee of stable and fixed costs. If reform is coming, what should it look like? The New Statesman brought some leading voices together to find out.
Companies must manage their own risks. Digital security can’t be an issue for the IT department alone: it’s an issue for the boardroom, too, writes Paymaster General Francis Maude.
This looks set to be a minimalist budget - but not all is as it seems, and opposition Ed Balls would do well to veer away from it sooner rather than later.
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