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The emergence of small insurgent companies could unleash the next wave of creative destruction
We highlight how top in-house lawyers are tackling the big questions shaping their role
The digital age has transformed civilisation, but policymakers remain one step behind
Many fast-growing companies on the FT ranking were already well-placed for the changes that Covid-19 accelerated
Texan capital punches above its weight as a centre for growth companies
The online lender, founded by former Lending Club chief Renaud Laplanche, doubled revenues last year
Superfast deliveries bring growth for internet grocery platform Market Kurly
Despite Deliveroo’s disappointing IPO, investors are pouring money into ‘dark store’ disrupters
Lender launched by billionaire Patrice Motsepe will set up in the Philippines as part of deal
More firms are finding the value of tech to upgrade operations and improve customer experience
Investors must position portfolios for the innovations that will transform the global economy
A group of tech-enabled companies that most of the world has never heard of is driving economic growth on the continent.
Forcing accounting firms to split services would boost their encroachment on law firms
Even sceptics are looking to re-engineer their approach to legal services
The legal sector has escaped radical change by new technology — so far. Is that about to change?
Uber and Lyft need to prove they’re economically viable, but doing so while keeping its customer base seems impossible.
Investors have backed ‘insurtechs’ such as Lemonade but will consumers do the same?
The shift to home working could open up the commercial insurance market to disrupters
The Covid-19 lockdown could provide the boost the technology needs
Housing boosted economic recovery after the financial crisis — how will it fare in the wake of coronavirus?
Education and social commerce apps try to address the neglected needs of poorer communities
Dominant platforms such as Airbnb and Uber are looking ripe for an upset by the ‘DAO’
The Australian company was borne out of an online travel business that had a problem to solve
Permit is fast-tracked to boost communications capacity to help fight coronavirus spread
Despite barriers, fragmented market can help some online platforms create fortresses with national boundaries