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Exactly one month ago I wrote a mail to my friends and partners and told them, “This is real, and, we are already too late”. I was speaking about the illness we now know as the coronavirus (Covid-19). SARS and insurance/mortality statistics my evidence.

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Today, sport is a global multi-billion-dollar business, predicted to grow to $614 billion by 2022. As countries like Greece go into debt for the honour, does the return on investment for hosting the Olympics, or the World Cup, really make economic sense?

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When Kevin Flynn entered the ENCOM mainframe in the 1982 sci-fi Tron, virtual reality became a reality. From 1980s Pac-Man and Space Invaders to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, this face of popular culture now entertains some 30% of the world’s population.

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An 18-year-old asks academics and veteran finance-industry alumni when will the college’s endowment disinvest from fossil fuels? A year later, the foundation was carbon neutral. Being socially and environmentally conscious is a risk-mitigation strategy.

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Burgundy vs Bordeaux could be the least of the fine wine industry’s problems if Hong Kong’s political situation, Brexit and President Trump’s tariffs of 25% on French, German and Spanish wines continue. Could the global wine market be facing headwinds?

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As we enter the stage where monetary policy is to be replaced by fiscal policy as a way to right the world’s post-crisis ailments, tax policy is one of the key tools. But it is how much to tax (and whom) that is going to drive the global political agenda.

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