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Mark Wilson
19
Feb
2018
What did it feel like to live through the collapse of AIG in 2008? What are the prospects for Brexit? Will actuaries be automated out of existence? Aviva CEO Mark Wilson said he’d answer any question, and the audience at Saïd Business School took him at his word. Wilson was speaking in conversation with Associate Dean Andrew White.
Honorary CIOT Fellowship  presentation
07
Feb
2018
Director of CBT awarded prestigious Honorary Fellowship by Chartered Institute of Taxation
Peter Thiel
05
Feb
2018
What are the great companies that nobody’s starting? What great investment does nobody like? What worthwhile but unpopular cause is not being funded? Tell me something that’s true that nobody agrees with you on.
Julie Brook
31
Jan
2018
The interconnectedness of life and work, the influence of landscape, especially over time, and the importance of ‘making’ were some of the major themes that ran through Julie Brook’s talk about her work on 24 January 2018 as part of the Art a Oxford Saïd .
Andrew Stephen, L’Oréal Professor of Marketing and Associate Dean of Research at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School
31
Jan
2018
Professor Andrew Stephen has been ranked by the American Marketing Association as one of the most productive marketing academic researchers in the world.
Lisa Ashford
24
Jan
2018
Ashford is an alumna of Oxford Saïd’s Diploma in Financial Strategy and the CEO of Ethex, a sustainable investment platform that has raised over £62m for companies with a social purpose.
Young girl with a toy globe
23
Jan
2018
Impact measurement is a buzzword, but whose impact are we talking about, and how will it make a difference? Karim Harji explains.
Piles of coins and a compass
23
Jan
2018
We need a radical reformulation of the roles and responsibilities of business, says Colin Mayer
Shopping mall
23
Jan
2018
As retailers cross their fingers and administrators circle over the final quarter sales results, Jonathan Reynolds looks at how shopping has changed over the past 20 years, and the trends we should watch for the future.

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