FT Article: Why Walpole positioned gloom against greenery in Strawberry Hill
Johann Heinrich Müntz, Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, from the South, c. 1755 - 9, oil on canvas, The Lewis Walpole Library, Yale University or Paul Sandby, Strawberry Hill, c. 1769, watercolour. Courtesy of The Lewis Walpole Library, Yale University.

FT Article: Why Walpole positioned gloom against greenery in Strawberry Hill

"The excellent exhibition of the Lost Treasures of Strawberry Hill closes on Sunday evening at Strawberry Hill in Twickenham, west London. It is unmissable. It corrects ideas of Georgian taste…

Comments Off on FT Article: Why Walpole positioned gloom against greenery in Strawberry Hill

Tech Rally puts Nasdaq on cusp of exiting bear market

The Nasdaq Composite is on the cusp of exiting a bear market, rebounding nearly 20% from its Christmas Eve low and highlighting the resilience of the technology shares that have…

Comments Off on Tech Rally puts Nasdaq on cusp of exiting bear market

Healthy Consumers Force Drinks Firms to Adapt

Those aged between 35 and 54 are most likely to take part in the challenge and it is thought around two-thirds of people who attempt the month-long abstinence from alcohol…

Comments Off on Healthy Consumers Force Drinks Firms to Adapt

Amazon signals more spending even as growth slows

Amazon signalled that it would be ramping investment back up in 2019, even as its stellar revenue growth slows, sending its shares lower. The online retailer delivered its third consecutive…

Comments Off on Amazon signals more spending even as growth slows

Google costs on the rise as parent company Alphabet earnings slip

Google parent Alphabet reported thinner profit margins as the internet giant spent heavily to expand its cloud and YouTube businesses. The company’s shares slipped in late trading. Google’s fourth-quarter capital…

Comments Off on Google costs on the rise as parent company Alphabet earnings slip

FT Article: Amazon signals more spending even as growth slows

"We believe that the company remains very well positioned for the long term with unassailable competitive positions in their existing large and growing markets," said Christopher Rossbach of J Stern…

Comments Off on FT Article: Amazon signals more spending even as growth slows

End of content

No more pages to load

Close Menu