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Money & Business
When it comes to the business of football, you get what you pay for. Stefan Szymanski provides an insight into the professional side of the sport.
One view of the rising cryptocurrency Bitcoin: The numbers suggest it is over-valued and due a correction.
Since 1997, the number of public companies in the US has been in decline. Why - and does it matter?
Whether you support Britain’s exit from the EU or not, the current situation is not good news, say Michael Ellington and Costas Milas.
Boiler rooms involve the aggressive selling of worthless investments to private investors by unauthorised overseas firms.
Dr Henry Lahr discusses activist investors, who look for underperforming companies where they can buy a stake in the business then lobby for change.
Tech accelerators are successful at helping start-ups power forward - but are they just creating new boys' networks?
In these videos, experts Martin Upton, Jonquil Lowe and Janette Rutterford sit down to answer a number of pressing questions learners studying Managing My Investments have.
OpenLearn is a great place to get an idea of what to expect from Open University study; trying one of our free courses, such as Managing my investments is an ideal starting point.
Society, Politics & Law
A new phenomenon - crowd funding - will mean a bankless world could be possible. And for the first time what gets funded could reflect the values of society, writes Simon Dixon.
Nigel Wilson, Group CEO of Legal & General, discusses the advantages of being seen as 'dull but worthy'.
Michael Joseph, Managing Director of Mobile Money at Vodafone, discusses how mobile phone technology is contributing to major developments in Africa.
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