The bear market has a proverbial price to pay
Lucy Le investigates the issues around the language used to describe bear markets.
Russia-Ukraine, Starlink, and corporate altruism
Louise Cresswell discusses the pitfalls of corporate altruism in today's dynamic and complex political, financial and charitable world.
Brexit and the economy: trade, politics and labour
As the UK reckons with the legacies of Brexit, Cyrus Ho examines how the UK has fared over the past few years and the difficulties businesses, workers and the government have experienced.
The Nord Stream Pipeline Blasts: A Growing Type of Economic Warfare
Oliver Smith examines the increasingly destructive and disruptive consequences of economic warfare, in the light of the recent NordStream sabotage.
A lesson in fiscal irresponsibility- The Kami-Kwasi budget
Jacob Upright explains how the "Trussonomics" experiment came crashing down when it made contact with reality.
The future of Artificial Intelligence in law
Callum Willey looks at how AI has the potential to initiate far reaching changes within the legal sector.
York’s hospitality braces for the 2023 summer rush
Bailey McIntosh speaks to local hospitality venues to investigate how they are preparing for the summer season.
Government left behind in global AI race
AI is developing at ever faster rates, yet is Britain really making the most of its vast potential asks Oliver Peter Smith.
UK alone with Microsoft monopoly angst
Louise Cresswell investigates how the blocking of the planned Microsoft-Activision merger by UK regulators has raised questions about the UK's competitiveness.
Housing supply lags behind as rents soar ahead
Yorkshire's crisis in housing affordability has its roots in highly inefficient and misguided planning regulations.
Board Room Coups and Workforce Blues - Disney’s woes persist into the new year
Jacob Upright discusses the tumult facing the iconic American firm.
Why is the UK facing such intense food shortages?
Grace Fegan discusses the issues facing UK retailers, farmers and consumers as shortages blight the country.
York enjoys continued rail investment, but wider regional transformation remains in doubt
Recognition of the vital importance of upgrading the North's rail infrastructure is stalling, suggests Josh Cole.
Uncertainty Threatens York Pubs
Thomas Dalton talks to local landlords about their role in the community and the challenges of rising prices and strikes.
How did the economy get so bad? – A very British case of economic dysphoria
The combined pressures of Brexit, the Russia-Ukraine conflict and the hangover from Covid are at the heart of Britain's economic crisis, says Jacob Upright.
#ucuRISING: What this means for the University of York
Grace Fegan discusses the reasons behind the latest round of strike action and what it means for staff, students and the wider university.
Local businesses and the Christmas market
York's Christmas market attracted thousands of people in 2022. Oliver Peter Smith talks to local business owners to understand what it's like to take part in.
The state of crypto: past, present and future?
Crypto has undergone a seismic change. Alexandre Hornstein investigates what 2023 could hold in store for the embattled currency.
A vital industry hits perilous waters as tensions rise
Louise Cresswell discusses the state of the semiconductor industry in 2023
Caution and retrenchment to set the agenda for 2023
Households, businesses and governments will seek to batten down the hatches this year, but there are still reasons to be optimistic in 2023.
Raising the drawbridge: how and why Britain’s inability to build is suffocating an aspirant generation
The recent scrapping of compulsory housing targets represents another failure to tackle the UK's alarming housing crisis.
Greenwashing: the reality of corporate climate action
Jack Langton examines how corporations should be held to account on their plans to combat climate change.
University of York graduates launch new employee wellbeing platform
The new app Myles Wellbeing aims to promote employee wellbeing through physical activity
Corporate activism and the free speech paradigm
Corporations are increasingly involved in social issues and yet lack adequate regulation
Utopia or Dystopia? AI’s future impact on society
How might AI technology impact productivity and the standard of living in the future?
Tech titans tackle supply chain disruptions
Rapid growth of the semiconductor industry sparks a trade war between the US and China
Climate change and the threat to food
Climate change and the war in Ukraine magnify concerns surrounding food security
Interview with FortyFive Vinyl Café
Flora Tucker speaks with the York-based cafe's co-founder about music, community, and coffee.
Book Review: The World for Sale - Money, Power and the Traders Who Barter the Earth’s Resources
Javier Blas and Jack Farchy draw readers into the opaque world of commodity traders in their exposé
Streaming services: the thieves of the music industry
Artists relying on streaming services to distribute their music bemoan their abysmal pay
The "oil-garch" tax and its effect on your pocket
Implementing an oligarch tax might stave off Russia and address the energy crisis
Russia and Ukraine's financial fallout
The Russian economy takes a tumble following the early stages of it's war in Ukraine
How the Spring Statement affects students
Spring Statement ushers in significant changes for student finance repayments
Food delivery services struggle post-Covid
Examining the need for food delivery services post-Covid, following their initial boom
Inflation and energy costs squeeze budgets
The factors contributing to inflation and the UK's cost of living crisis