Ceremony in October
Ali Unwin, manager of the Neptune Global Technology fund, details five ways to gain exposure to electric vehicles without opting for the "high valuation and share price volatility" of Tesla.
I have long been a paid-up member of the disruptors brigade, arguing technology will make us all happier, wealthier individuals - along the way upending whole business sectors.
Neptune manager 'surprised' by acquisition
Natalie Kenway reports from San Francisco on the companies that are planning for a future of electric vehicles, anti-ageing technology and 3D printed limbs, with their growth posing a serious threat to older rivals.
Sector lacking in true innovation
Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent
Latest addition to digital suite
Owns £120m of shares in parent company Alphabet
iPhone sales set to fall in the coming quarter
Becomes adviser to Moneybox
Shares in Apple, the world's largest company by market capitalisation, moved almost 7% lower in after-hours trading after quarterly results disappointed.
Nine of the world's biggest fund managers are preparing to set up their own 'dark pool' for equity trading in an effort to avoid interference from high frequency traders.
Aberdeen Asset Management chief executive Martin Gilbert has met Google executives in a bid to better understand the technological challenges facing the fund industry, according to reports.
Rob Hudson, currently head of Charles Stanley Direct, is joining Aberdeen Asset Management to develop the group's digital proposition.
Can artificial intelligence benefit the industry?
Goldman Sachs' global equity team sees IT companies as main beneficiaries of improved tech infrastructure.
In 2013, US stock prices ascended faster than underlying earnings. With corporate earnings growth ranging in the low to mid-single digits and most broad-based stock indices up over 30%, the bulk of the year's gains came from an expansion in the price...
Jeremy Gleeson, manager of the AXA Framlington Global Technology fund, gives an overview of prospects for the US technology sector.
Google shares moved sharply lower in after-hours trading following a disappointing update, with the negative sentiment that has blighted the sector showing no sign of abating.
US equity fund managers have begun cutting their exposure to technology stocks as the highly-rated sector falls out of favour with some investors following a long winning streak.