6 March 2017 /
In the same week that Uber announced its flying cars project, I learned, whilst on a trip to the United States, that more progress has been made in mastering voice recognition technology in the last thirty months, than in the last thirty years. I remember embracing voice recognition some years ago, in the hope that dictating to a computer would dispense with typing on a keyboard, only to discover time and time again, that even my typing was more accurate and more efficient.
20 February 2017 /
The US budget process is particularly important this year due to the change in administration and divisive state of US politics. I have just returned from Washington D.C., where I met with business leaders and economists to hear their thoughts on the new Administration's fiscal reform; discuss the likelihood that it would pass through the budget process, and consider its impact on economic outlook.
31 January 2017 /
In the eighth and final video of our More to Wealth lecture series with Alain de Botton, we take a look at mortality and how it helps us prioritise our values. He argues that many of us in modern times need nature like never before to gain perspective and get closer to our truest selves.
24 January 2017 /
Seventh in our More to Wealth lecture series with Alain de Botton, we are pleased to bring you his thoughts on luck, meritocracy and why the burden of responsibility is huge on us, in the modern world.
17 January 2017 /
Sixth in our More to Wealth lecture series with Alain de Botton, he addresses career, money and why most of us are living according to values and aspirations that are not our own.