Kenya Runs Ahead in the Money Game too

On the streets of Nairobi, the hustle of trade consumes everything around you, yet much of this happens without a banknote or coin in sight. In 2012, Uber made it possible for you to pay for your taxi by your phone, but this was possible in Kenya since 2007.

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Why you should buy Disney stock right now

Ever heard of Disney? Of course you have. The name is everywhere; movies, shows, amusement parks. Disney is a media giant, producing some of the most famous entertainment the world has ever seen; and at the moment, Disney (NYSE: DIS) shares appear to be trading at a 27% discount to the overall market. 

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The Curse of Externalities

Anyone who tells you that markets left to their own devices will lead to socially beneficial outcomes has got it all wrong. The fact that there is a large gap between the private cost of some activity and the social cost, and markets fail to make us better off, shows how markets won’t always lead to socially beneficial outcomes.

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Monarch: To fly or not to fly. That is the question.

The UK's longest serving airline carrier has recently gone into administration leaving 110,000 stranded and a further 300,000 when cancelled flights. Why has this happened and what does this mean for the future of European flights.

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Is nuclear energy the next oil?

The Hinkley Nuclear project is a proposal to build a nuclear power station in the region of Somerset, England. This project has been widely debated by many; from this nuclear project, many various opinions have developed from the morals, ethics and the consequences of the project. 

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Uber's ½ million strong petition against Khan's Proposed Blanket Ban

Uber is one of Silicon Valley’s most heralded and widely used new technology apps and the king of the shared economy. 500,000 people have so far signed their petition to repeal the decision. Has TfL taken the right course of action in the regulation of this industry?

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“Allowing more immigration of refugees would be good both for refugees and for the economies they come to.”

Recently many refugees have been leaving countries such as Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia, in order to escape the wars that have been going on there. The top destinations for where the refugees will emigrate to are Switzerland, Germany, the UK and Canada. 

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