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Bang goes the "Unilever Sustainable Living Plan". Someone has to pay for this fiasco. It was only 11 days ago that chairman Marijn Dekkers was... [Read More]
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Half of us are in the wrong job. Or that at least is the finding this week from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development,... [Read More]
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Welcome to Tesco, where it's 9 per cent off. Just a shame you can't eat the share price. It's down to 215p: not wildly above... [Read More]
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Who cares what small shareholders think? Not the big beasts from the FTSE 100. They'll answer a question at the AGM. They might even lay... [Read More]
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Personality changes can be tricky to pull off. No one gave Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary much chance when he stood up at the AGM five... [Read More]
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Most things in life can be blamed on estate agents — a species almost as unpopular as journalists. But the abrupt exit of the Royal... [Read More]
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Such a laugh this art of the deal stuff. America imports $505 billion of goods a year from China. What do the Chinese import in... [Read More]
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How time flies on the railways — except, of course, for the poor saps waiting for their cancelled trains. Still, who cares about them? It... [Read More]
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Is it right to rig libor? Is it wrong to sell toxic mortgage bonds? Is financing Mexican drugs gangs ethical? Ten years on from the... [Read More]
Chairing a company takes myriad skills. But, in a world obsessed with corporate governance, little beats expertise with tall hats and handcuffs. It's why, in... [Read More]
Every Christmas needs its Grinch. So who better than Paul Polman, the Dutch boss of Unilever? He plans to get into the festive spirit by... [Read More]
Companies are always getting beaten up by hedge funds. But not many also get whacked by Sir David Attenborough and his friends from the dolphin,... [Read More]
Things are looking up for British Airways. At least this time it's taken a "sophisticated" cyberattack to hack off 380,000 customers. It wasn't so long... [Read More]
What was that all about then? Three months scrapping over a knackered British colossus — and look at this. Melrose Industries has owned GKN for... [Read More]
When it comes to sticklers for the rule of law, few companies beat Eurasian Natural Resources Corp. In a glorious six years on the London... [Read More]
How not to run an appointment process. There's a reason the Bank of England governor serves a fixed term. And it's not just to bring... [Read More]
Mark Carney has had his triumphs at the Bank of England: winding up vegans with his full-fat fiver, telling school kids about his imaginary dog,... [Read More]
Mark Carney has had his triumphs at the Bank of England: winding up vegans with his full-fat fiver, telling school kids about his imaginary dog,... [Read More]
Wake up and smell the froth: Whitbread shares up 14 per cent. And just for flogging Costa Coffee. How painful was that? To think it... [Read More]
Not everyone knows what the Competition and Markets Authority does. So it's lucky there's a definition on its website: "We work to promote competition for... [Read More]
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