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How to immunise yourself against a toxic work culture
How to immunise yourself against a toxic work culture
What determines whether a business will be successful? Some would say that it’s all about the product or the idea. [...]
November 22, 2019
Property focus on Sloane Square: This 1980s hotspot is experiencing a revival
Property focus on Sloane Square: This 1980s hotspot is experiencing a revival
It may be famed for being the social epicentre for the young and blue-blooded in the 1980s, having lent its [...]
November 22, 2019
This election is a battle Labour does not deserve to win
This election is a battle Labour does not deserve to win
In 2004, the US chat show host Oprah Winfrey gave away a brand new car to each member of her [...]
November 22, 2019
The hubristic Lib Dems flew too close to the electoral sun
The hubristic Lib Dems flew too close to the electoral sun
Of all the Greek myths, the most famous is probably the story of Icarus, the boy who flew too close [...]
November 22, 2019
Today’s Labour party has no excuse for its anti-business agenda
Today’s Labour party has no excuse for its anti-business agenda
Labour’s election manifesto, launched yesterday by Jeremy Corbyn, has been labelled the most left-wing since the Michael Foot era, when [...]
November 22, 2019
DEBATE: Should billionaires consider fleeing the country if Jeremy Corbyn gets into power?
DEBATE: Should billionaires consider fleeing the country if Jeremy Corbyn gets into power?
Should billionaires consider fleeing the country if Jeremy Corbyn gets into power? Craig Kemsley, head of tax at Calibrate Law, [...]
November 22, 2019
Want to win an election? Throw the kitchen sink at your opponent
Want to win an election? Throw the kitchen sink at your opponent
The received wisdom goes that campaign messages should be as to-the-point as possible. “Keep it simple, stupid” originated in engineering, [...]
November 22, 2019
Interest in UK tech jobs wanes as top talent flocks to Europe
Interest in UK tech jobs wanes as top talent flocks to Europe
Desire among jobseekers to find work in the UK tech sector has declined over the last two years while other [...]
November 22, 2019
General Election 2019: Tories to up stamp duty for non-UK residents
General Election 2019: Tories to up stamp duty for non-UK residents
Foreign residents will be slapped with a higher rate of stamp duty than UK home-owners under a Conservative government, as [...]
November 22, 2019
Wework lays off 2,400 employees in Softbank-led efficiency drive
Wework lays off 2,400 employees in Softbank-led efficiency drive
Wework today confirmed it will lay off roughly 2,400 employees around the world as the company launches a drastic bid [...]
November 21, 2019
Exeter Chiefs are underdogs no longer – they must step up and end their European hoodoo in the Champions Cup
Exeter Chiefs are underdogs no longer – they must step up and end their European hoodoo in the Champions Cup
This season is a big one for Exeter Chiefs. They are no longer an up-and-coming side who can rely on [...]
November 21, 2019
Wetherspoons shareholders back Tim Martin after corporate governance row
Wetherspoons shareholders back Tim Martin after corporate governance row
Outspoken JD Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin has emerged victorious from his clash with a proxy adviser after shareholders voted overwhelmingly [...]
November 21, 2019
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg files paperwork for US presidential bid
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg files paperwork for US presidential bid
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg has filed a statement of candidacy for US President in the latest sign the former New York [...]
November 21, 2019
Oil industry reacts to Labour's new £11bn tax pledge
Oil industry reacts to Labour's new £11bn tax pledge
A controversial Labour pledge to raise up to £11bn from a new levy on oil and gas companies to help retrain 37,000 [...]
November 21, 2019