Comment & analysis
Gambling’s ‘crack cocaine’ is devastating lives and not doing much for the economy either
For some people, fixed-odds betting terminals are ferociously addictive, producing big profits for bookies and a rise in problem gambling. Carolyn Downs asks what's the solution?
LUMS Professor discusses the Government's Industrial Strategy
Professor Martin Spring explores the role productivity plays in the success of the Government's Industrial Strategy.
Grow your own: The apprenticeships levy
Neil Ralph sets out what small businesses need to know about the Apprenticeships Levy.View the article on the Small Business Charter website
BT has made a huge gamble on sport – but will it win?
How to get the best result from a £1.1 billion bet on football.
The US has gone from trailblazer to straggler in promoting transparency
LUMS's Marwan Izzeldin and Heba Abou-El-Sood from Cairo University Faculty of Commerce discuss what new US legislation could mean for the oil market.View the article on the Global Banking and Finance website
FCO leverages UK HE soft power
Dr Kim Kaivanto discusses how the FCO is using "the ground game" to open up new markets for UK industry.