Tag : Matthew Brown

Inclusion: The Key to Global Growth

8 months ago / 0 comments

This week marks the start of the 2018 World Economic Forum. Every year the world leaders and multinational CEOs descend on the tiny Swiss Village of Davos to put the world to rights. Some argue that is an opportunity for the rich, and sometimes famous, to exercise their political and … Read More

Ford Job Cuts Threaten UK Manufacturing

2 years ago / 0 comments

For many post Brexit fears of a revitalised economy appear to be fading with the latest manufacturing shock to hit the UK. Recent talk suggests that Ford, are likely cut over 1000 jobs at their Bridgend plant in South Wales. Ford have drawn up plans to cut 1160 jobs at … Read More

Krafty Move Falls at the First Hurdle

2 years ago / 0 comments

The US food giant Kraft Heinz shocked the financial world little over a week ago, scrapping its $140bn takeover bid for Unilever, just two days after the news of the offer was leaked. This move would have been the 2nd largest corporate takeover ever, and the largest as UK takeovers … Read More

Can Leeds be at the heart of potential Brexit success

2 years ago / 0 comments

(Photo from Milners Blog) In the midst of the recent political and economic repercussions that have surrounded London in the past few months, it can become easy to be embroiled in the thought that ‘the city’ can prop up the nations current troubles. But to follow this dependent notion almost … Read More