Top Tech Investor Anderson: More Regulation May Spur Innovation

Jul.30 — James Anderson, an early investor in some of the world’s largest technology bets at Baillie Gifford, suggests more regulation could bring on another wave of innovation in tech. The veteran investor also discusses the U.S.-China rift and why 2020 has been a pivotal year for renewable energy investments. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Ed … Read more Top Tech Investor Anderson: More Regulation May Spur Innovation

Cricket: England Retain the Ashes in Manchester Rain

Despite an Old Trafford performance from Australia which hinted at an Investec Ashes comeback, England’s cricket team have retained The Ashes after rain in Manchester meant there was barely any play on the fifth and final day. The resulting draw meant England – who led 2-0 going into this the third Ashes 2013 test match … Read more Cricket: England Retain the Ashes in Manchester Rain

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011: England Claim Narrow Victory in Group B Match With South Africa

England narrowly edged to victory over South Africa in their Group B ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 encounter on Sunday 6th March 2011. Having set an achievable total of just 171 All Out from 45.4 overs, England, helped by their best bowling effort to date in the tournament, removed South Africa for 165 in 47.4 … Read more ICC Cricket World Cup 2011: England Claim Narrow Victory in Group B Match With South Africa

The Ashes 2010/2011: Cook and Bell Help England Close in on Series Win in SCG

At the end of the third day of the fifth and final Ashes 2010/2011 test at the SCG, in Sydney, Australian hopes of levelling the series looked to be forlorn, as England, aided by centuries from Alistair Cook (189) and Ian Bell (115) took a commanding first innings lead. England ended the day on 488 … Read more The Ashes 2010/2011: Cook and Bell Help England Close in on Series Win in SCG

The Ashes 2010/2011 Cricket: England Retain Ashes With Huge Win Over Australia at MCG

England have taken an unsurmountable 2-1 Ashes 2010/2011 series lead and, with only the Sydney test to play, therefore retain the Ashes they held going into this series following a crushing win in Melbourne’s MCG. England lifted the fourth Ashes 2010/2011 test match by an innings and 157 runs after bowling out Australia for just … Read more The Ashes 2010/2011 Cricket: England Retain Ashes With Huge Win Over Australia at MCG

The Ashes 2010/2011 Cricket: Johnson Leads Australia Fightback on Perth Day Two

Mitchell Johnson lead a remarkable Australian fightback on the second day of the third Ashes 2010/2011 test match at the Waca, in Perth, Western Australia. The left-armed paceman produced a stunning spell en route to collecting six wickets for just 38 runs, which meant that Australia dismissed England for just 187, before putting on 119-3 … Read more The Ashes 2010/2011 Cricket: Johnson Leads Australia Fightback on Perth Day Two

The Ashes 2010/2011 Cricket: England Win Second Test in Adelaide by an Innings

England have won the second Ashes 2010/2011 test match on their tour of Australia by completing an emphatic victory in Adelaide on the fifth day. England won the match by an innings and 71 runs after removing the remaining six Australian wickets for just 66 runs, with Graeme Swann the pick of their bowlers, recording … Read more The Ashes 2010/2011 Cricket: England Win Second Test in Adelaide by an Innings

The Ashes Cricket 2010/2011: England Claim Opening Day of Adelaide Test

England’s bowlers took two Australian wickets without the scoreboard registering a single run for the hosts, in the opening over of the second Ashes 2010/2011 test match at Adelaide. At stumps, England had removed Australia for 245 runs on a pitch that had looked to be a 400+ wicket, and added a single run without … Read more The Ashes Cricket 2010/2011: England Claim Opening Day of Adelaide Test

The Ashes 2010/11 Cricket: Hussey Helps Australia Edge Second Day in Brisbane

Michael Hussey put on 81 not out to help Australia build a solid position on day two of the first Ashes 2010/11 test match at the Gabba in Brisbane. Australia finished the day on 220-5 chasing England’s 260 all out. James Anderson was England’s best bowler, as he collected 2 for 40, while Steven Finn … Read more The Ashes 2010/11 Cricket: Hussey Helps Australia Edge Second Day in Brisbane

Cricket: South Africa Remove England for 180 in Fourth Test 1st Innings

England’s cricket team emerged today once again in their role as Mr Hyde to last week’s heroic Jekyll, as their top order capitulated, before Collingwood and Bell steadied the ship. England were (not so) eventually all out for just 180. Andrew Strauss (0) started the day badly as, despite winning the toss and electing to … Read more Cricket: South Africa Remove England for 180 in Fourth Test 1st Innings

Cricket: Graeme Swann Leads England Rally in Centurian

With a first innings total of 418 set by South Africa, visitors England looked in real danger of getting nothing from this first test match at Centurian as they lost eight wickets for 242. However, Graeme Swann, who was an injury worry before this opening test match, and is better known for his bowling, put … Read more Cricket: Graeme Swann Leads England Rally in Centurian

The Ashes 2009: Match Remains Balanced at Lunch on Fifth Day at Edgbaston

England and Australia go for lunch on the fifth day of this third Ashes 2009 test at Edgbaston with the match still firmly in the balance. The day started with opener Shane Watson and out-of-sorts Mike Hussey at the crease, with Australia on 88 for 2. As lunch was called, both batsmen had been caught … Read more The Ashes 2009: Match Remains Balanced at Lunch on Fifth Day at Edgbaston

The Ashes 2009: England Still Chasing Victory on Final Day at Edgbaston

England and Australia begin the final day of this rain affected third Ashes 2009 test cricket match at Edgbaston knowing that a break in Saturday’s weather could have put a very different complexion on this match, but with England still hopeful for a positive result. Australia have 8 wickets left to knock off the remaining … Read more The Ashes 2009: England Still Chasing Victory on Final Day at Edgbaston

The Ashes 2009: Edgbaston Day Three Preview

England resume their first innings batting on day three of this enthralling Edgbaston Ashes 2009 test match on 116 for 2 knowing that a solid day at the crease could see them edge closer to a series victory. Captain Andrew Strauss resumes on 64, he’ll be hoping to stay long beyond the first over he … Read more The Ashes 2009: Edgbaston Day Three Preview