Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced plans to help British technology start-up companies by "injecting an initial £400m into venture capital funds".
In his first Autumn Statement as chancellor, Hammond (pictured) praised the "cutting-edge British businesses that are leading the world in disruptive technologies" and said the government will take action...
Focus on digital disruption
Taking responsible investing more seriously
Median gender pay gap remains flat at 29%
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Industry Voice: Today Lyxor ETF interviews Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, Societe Generale Chairman and formerly "Italy's man at the ECB".