Last week electric mobility reached a milestone as Tesla’s Model 3 began production in California showing how long it takes for new technology to come to market and the role the stock market can play in that process.
Theresa May’s surprisingly poor showing in last week’s General Election has created even more uncertainty about Brexit but this is only one of the uncertainties that society and business must take into account when thinking about the medium term
Donald Trump’s decision to abandon the Paris accord on climate change appears to be due to a calculated bet that his narrow electoral base will allow him to continue after 2018.
The surprising rise of the U.K’s Labour Party in the polls opens the possibility of an upset in the U.K.’s general elections which would be a good thing for Europe but more than anything else shows business that it needs to be ready for different scenarios.
In an historic about face, Trump meets with Arab rulers and gives them cart blanche to crack down on extremists in the region and sides with them in the looming struggle against Iran.
If we build a world of artificial intelligence, autonomous cars, advanced manufacturing and other digital technologies, we may be in deep trouble if it leads to rising economic inequality and mass unemployment.