Money Talks

FACIAL RECOGNITION: Time to regulate?

A court case in the UK is challenging the police's use of facial recognition technology: taking pictures of people in public, and comparing them with a database of suspects. Is it a vital policing tool or a threat to people's rights and privacy?

Roundtable: Multiculturalism

Roundtable: Multiculturalism

Roundtable: UK centrism

Roundtable: UK centrism

Roundtable: Power economics

Roundtable: Power economics

Roundtable: The Data Economy

Roundtable: The Data Economy

G20 business group: Emerging economies suffering the most

G20 business group: Emerging economies suffering the most

114-year old Japanese candy maker loses battle against inflation

114-year old Japanese candy maker loses battle against inflation

'Red wave' fails to appear in mid-terms boost to White House

'Red wave' fails to appear in mid-terms boost to White House

‘Polluters must pay’, UN COP27 climate summit started in Egypt

‘Polluters must pay’, UN COP27 climate summit started in Egypt

China plans rescue package to bail out real estate market

China plans rescue package to bail out real estate market

Wall Street has best day since 2020 after slower than expected inflation data

Wall Street has best day since 2020 after slower than expected inflation data

Global markets mixed as investors wait for US election results

Global markets mixed as investors wait for US election results

Asia Pacific stocks mostly rise ahead of US midterm elections

Asia Pacific stocks mostly rise ahead of US midterm elections

Market Movers: Fed, BoE hike interest rates

Market Movers: Fed, BoE hike interest rates

China's exports unexpectedly shrink in October

China's exports unexpectedly shrink in October

Modhera becomes India's first fully solar-powered village

Modhera becomes India's first fully solar-powered village

Russia resumes participation in Black Sea grain deal

Russia resumes participation in Black Sea grain deal

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