Cyrus talks to CNBC's Brian Sullivan on the looming threat of a US/China trade war and why mid-cap semiconductor companies might benefit.
Cyrus talks to Aaron Heslehurst on BBC World News about the rise and rise of Alibaba.
Cyrus talks to Jon Erlichman, anchor on BNN, about his negative outlook for Disney.
Cyrus talks to BBC World News anchors David Eades and Alice Baxter about Apple becoming the first trillion dollar company.
GlobalData’s Retail Managing Director, Neil Saunders, talks to CNBC about about Trump’s plans to slash food stamps.
Neil Saunders talks to Forbes on the future of big-box retailer, Target.
As the retail sector suffers its worst day in years, Sky News discuss what’s gone wrong on the high street with Maureen Hinton, global retail research director at GlobalData.
Maureen Hinton talks about the prospects for the Swedish retailer H&M.
Oliver Williams speaks to CGTN’s Rachelle Akuffo on alternate investments.
Retail analyst Sofie Willmott, of Global Data, told the BBC the company had capitalised on the shift in spending habits, as well as evolving its offer to include sportswear, menswear and children's wear.
Avi talks about Chinese firm ZTE; the first casualty of the high-tech cold war between the United States and China.
Avi comments on Apple’s new operating systems for its iPhones and computers with features designed to thwart the use of secret trackers to monitor people's online activities.
Avi explains why the attempted acquisition of any U.S. companies with GPS capabilities by Chinese companies is likely to "raise flags" in Washington.
Patrick comments on the new wave of bed firms, revolutionising the mattress buying world.
Patrick discuss the WH Smith results with the BBC.
Patrick comments on the surge in shares as Sainsbury’s and Asda announce their merger.
Tom comments on the GlobalData report ‘Technology Trends in Energy’.