With the proliferation of phenomena such as climate change and inequality Ben Harris, a Leeds Finsights analyst, explains why investors need to take into consideration the environmental, social, and governance impact of their investments.
Three of the city’s great independents reflect on 2020 and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Incentives for sponsors need to change. Ackman’s work is a good start.
The world of finance and investing is vast and complex. This article will take you through some basics on why it may be a good idea to invest and some things to consider before creating your portfolio.
Since June 2016, the UK public has been anxiously waiting for the day when Brexit will finally mean Brexit.
Businesses, local councils and individuals have been preparing themselves for various outcome scenarios, yet none could have ever anticipated that Brexit would coincide with a pandemic.
With the motion for free school meals until Easter 2021 defeated and many children in the UK risking not receiving proper nutrition, Bea Turner looks into government spending to determine whether there really is no money for free school meals.
While the current business climate is not particularly favourable and promising, it is not all a story of doom and gloom. Against all odds, these local, female-established businesses paint a picture of resilience and innovation.
With an obvious increase in spending due to the pandemic Jacob Smith investigates if the high level of public debt is really something to be worried about.
With the announcement of successful vaccine trials, Ollie Rees looks into stock market activity on Monday. Who benefitted and what industries saw a decline?
As global movements against racial, gender and sexual discrimination took off, employers started introducing a variety of inclusive projects. Georgina Peacock explores the debate surrounding diversity schemes.
Moving to a new city can be daunting and shopping at businesses you know well can make the move a little easier. Small businesses are forgotten along this journey in the interest of safety and familiarity. Our mission is to introduce you to the riches of independent, black-owned businesses across Leeds.
Black history month runs from the 1st-31st October and celebrates the history and achievements of black communities around the world. This should be a time of reflection for businesses so here are five meaningful ways businesses and individuals can celebrate black history month.