American restaurant chains have reigned, but some European innovators are gaining ground.
Volatility is the broker's friend and Matthew Lester is glad to see it making a comeback.
Has the time come for companies to appoint executives in charge of environmental issues?
How one Russian company reckons it can convince the global investment community that it upholds state-of-the-art corporate governance standards.
Is the growth of "ethical" investing a real issue for finance, or part of reputation management and best left to public relations?
Out of necessity, the top auction houses are acquiring a new financial discipline.
In an era of easy money, with increasingly complex debt packages, companies are finding new ways of insuring against a downturn.
Companies still like to follow the crowd but are widening their scope when planning R&D locations.
The shareholder tussles at Dutch media group VNU touched many of 2006's hot-button issues.
To beat expectations for its work on the London Underground, Steve Hurrell's company has mixed change management with detailed financial planning.