How the west is profiting from modern slavery
In Phnom Penh, modernisation has been fuelled by forced adult and child labour – just one example of how exploitation is embedded in systems of global commerce and growth
A View from the Top: Jacqueline de Rojas on discrimination in tech
The president of techUK made her way in the industry despite facing discrimination as a woman and coming from an ethnic minority – and she’s determined to see the sector change, she tells Caitlin Morrison
Why California was right to enforce gender diversity in boardrooms
State governor Jerry Brown’s new law might not be perfect, but – at a time when just 5 per cent of firms have a female chief executive – the legislation can go a long way to narrowing the opportunity gap over the long term
A View from the Top: Craig Donaldson, chief executive of Metro Bank
One of the few UK banks increasing branch numbers, Metro Bank does things differently, writes Andy Martin, including opening on Sundays and referring to 'fans', not customers
Why countries are competing in happiness rankings
A global movement for transforming current economic models to one based on wellbeing is gathering support
Shell faces one of the biggest corporate corruption cases in history
Time running out for prosecutors to obtain potentially crucial documents seized in Geneva apartment raid
This is why the Turkish lira has slumped to a record low
What’s driving it down? And what does it mean for Turkey and others?
Philip Morris boss Peter Nixon on taking the smoke out of smoking
Cigarette maker's MD admits pushing smoke-free products is 'like McDonalds telling you to give up junk food'