The end of the Napoleonic wars 200 years ago ushered in the era of modern business. Our resident economic historian reflects.
How a business policy blunder produced major new business opportunities.
Business history, a sometimes overlooked interdisciplinary hybrid, remains useful to current and future business enterprises, writes Drew Keeling.
How the Great War and its aftermath had significant and enduring impacts upon private enterprise.
Globalization's first age ended in disaster in July 1914. Economic historian Drew Keeling details how Albert Ballin and Winston Churchill tried to head it off.