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Hot Pickle and other experiences – a start-up story

Lifting the lid on the 'Hot Pickle' success story and the two MBAs who started their journey over a decade ago when they met in Cambridge and first formed their business. Rupert Pick and Patrick Hammond formed their successful marketing…

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China and the new world order

Michael Kitson reflects on Trump taking centre-stage at the 2018 G20 summit and how China will dominate the new world order. By Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge Business School Tensions loomed over Argentina, which…

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The Conversation: G20 will be about Donald Trump and his tariffs – but China will dominate the new world order

Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge, discusses global economic challenges discussed at the G20 summit and what the outcome might be. He says China will dominate the new world order: “China is home to many…

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Cyber federalism

Dr Edward Oughton looks at protecting critical national infrastructure from cyber attacks. Infrastructure expert Dr Edward Oughton of Cambridge Judge Business School was selected for a US State Department programme focusing on cyber security of critical national infrastructure. He was…

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US business exposed to Brexit doubt

Uncertainty 'exported' to America due to Brexit could spark rise in US unemployment, according to research co-authored by Pembroke Visiting Scholar at Cambridge Judge Business School. Uncertainty "exported" to the United States due to Britain's pending exit from the European…

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US business exposed to Brexit doubt

Gubernatorial spoils study: ‘All politics is local’

Companies whose directors are connected to winning US gubernatorial candidates increase in value and are more likely to receive state subsidies, loans and tax credits, says new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. The late Speaker of the US…

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US shutdown: the fallout for UK and emerging economies

Cambridge Judge Business School's experts comment on shutdown A prolonged shutdown of the US government will spell interesting times for other economies as the ripples spread outwards to lap at other shores. This is the message from three commentators from…

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Your vote can help solve world hunger

A Cambridge Judge Business School team of students is competing in the Hult Global Case Challenge. Here they speak about their idea to solve hunger in slums. You can also vote for their idea, which gives the team an opportunity…

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China’s energy security

China's energy security rests on the functioning of global energy markets, whose security is predominantly carried out by America - what effect has this on the American-China relationship? Growth in energy consumption and imports of gas and oil are serving…

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Dr Pierre Noël

Obama’s visit to India – a marriage or dating?

President Barack Obama's trip to India could be the start of a new level of relationship between the two nations, but some will remain suspicious until the courtship has fully matured, says Navi Radjou, Fellow in India & Global Business…

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Mr Navi Radjou

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