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  • The new age of antitrust

    A VIEW ON THE YEAR AHEAD

  • Brexit and Ireland’s digital sector

    Ireland’s digital sector, which generates 13% of the country’s GDP, is particularly vulnerable to a disruption of trading arrangements with the UK post-Brexit.

  • Nudging customers to share their data

    Forthcoming EU regulations will give people more control over their personal data. Businesses will have to learn fast how to persuade customers to opt in to marketing emails.

  • Green heating

    Heating homes and businesses cause almost a third of carbon emissions. So curbing carbon requires a revolutions in home heating. Goodbye gas boilers, hello electric pumps?

  • Tomorrow’s telecoms networks

    The UK needs to spend more to address complaints about slow broadband and patchy network coverage. But, puzzlingly, its telecoms investment is already above the EU average.

  • Retail therapy

    Regulatory clearance of a tie-up between the UK’s biggest retailer and its biggest wholesaler may set a benchmark for assessing similar mergers in future.

  • Hanging up the phone

    A Spanish court has accepted Frontier’s argument that the way Telefónica penalised small firms that broke fixed-term phone contracts made sound economic sense.

  • Trading in trade ideas

    Brexit puts a premium on trade policy expertise, so we’re teaming up with a clutch of leading organisations to form the Trade Knowledge Exchange (TKE), a new platform to pool the latest thinking on the topic.

  • Getting engaged

    Insights from behavioural economics can help companies design innovative ways to engage with customers when developing their business plans.

  • Just Eat & Hungryhouse – what are the takeaways?

    Not all mergers reduce competition. The tie-up of two online takeway platforms in the UK, cleared recently by the competition watchdog, is a case in point.

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