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  1. Is it time to rethink disruption as usual?

    Much of the discourse around disruption has treated it as a threat, a trend to guard against or grudgingly accept. And while it’s true that disruption has created challenges for industry incumbents, it has equally been a source of empowerment for many consumers, businesses and investors by creating new ways to connect, collaborate and create value.

  2. James Sweeney: There is an unrecognized disruptive trend that investors should focus more on

    We sit down with our Chief Economist to get his perspective on the disruptive trends in our global economy. Here's what James Sweeney had to say.

  3. Dan Fineman: Markets tend to overlook the vulnerabilities of disruptors to disruption

    Our Co-Head of Equity Strategy in Asia Pacific reminds us that even disruptors can be disrupted.  These are the things that investors should pay attention to, according to Dan Fineman in our interview with him.

  4. Alibaba Who? Indian Consumer Tech Comes of Age

    It’s not easy being an Indian consumer tech company. Not only do you have to operate in a fiercely competitive environment and navigate India’s infamous state bureaucracy, but there are also those pesky China comparisons to deal with.  

  5. Why Bearish Politics is Catching Up with Bullish Markets

    Investors could be forgiven for becoming blasé about political risk in recent years. For a long time, regardless of what chaos disrupted politics, from Donald Trump’s election to Brexit, to the threat of nuclear war on the Korean peninsula and unclear election results across Europe, markets continued to rise serenely. Until recently.