James Ashton

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Sir Richard Leese, at Manchester Town Hall, wants a greater say over health, social care and public transport

Sir Richard Leese interview: Devo Manc - city dreams of a northern renaissance

Sir Richard Leese, the leader of Manchester City Council for 18 years, tells James Ashton why he wants up to two-thirds of public spending to be locally controlled

Simon Segars, the chief executive of ARM Holdings

Simon Segars: Looking forward to the future and the ‘internet of things’

The James Ashton Interview: Basildon born, the CEO of ARM Holdings, Britain’s one truly global hi-tech star, explains why he’s so optimistic about the connected home just around the corner

Volunteers in protective suit bury the body of a person who died from Ebola in Waterloo, some 30 kilometers southeast of Freetown

Ebola virus: What price for a miracle cure?

If GlaxoSmithKline’s tests go according to plan, the firm and its partners could produce more than 10,000 vaccines by early next year

Standing tall: San Estaban del Rey Mission Church Acoma, Sky City

New Mexico: Hitting the road to Sky City

James Ashton and his family take a trip through south-west America's great outdoors, from pueblos to potteries ... and an alpaca ranch

James Ashton: Silicon Valley was the new UK – and now China has taken its place

Agenda: Silicon Valley’s challenge was always to remain relevant in the face of China’s rise as an economic superpower

Who wants to chair a British bank? A big fish or two in a very small pool

John McFarlane should be able to restore some confidence to Barclays

Wash career advice out of your hair: start by selling shampoo

Agenda: The art of persuading someone to part with their hard-earned cash for something they didn’t know they wanted can take you a long way

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