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Shell's Arctic error, Trump gets hacked, Labour's merry men.
The Autonomy founder hits back at the ailing American tech giant. Again.
The fight for the future of TV is getting scrappy, as Amazon stops selling Google Chromecast and Apple TV 'to avoid customer confusion'.
Subsidies to try to improve the gender balance at the top of business aren't working in the land of the rising sun.
After Virgin and Netflix, Grant Thornton has become the latest to offer the perk - but only in the US.
The big-haired business magnate and political sensation admits a breach at his Trump Hotels division. Does anyone know where to find the world's smallest violin?
Handing the top job back to Jack Dorsey might not be the answer.
Although the embattled chief executive will still be boss of the trust's investment arm, the 'curse of Veuve Cliquot' strikes again.
Part of the loan from UK Export Finance will be spent on a Canadian steel mill.
The children's gaming company is still struggling with the shift to mobile.
The former government science minister and tech entrepreneur Lord Drayson has come up with a clever new gadget to power small devices using 'spare' wifi and mobile signals.
Glencore shares recover somewhat but there's little respite on the horizon from the perfect commodities storm.
The supermarket is looking like the best of a bad bunch.
Limits on private hire would strike a blow for innovation in London.
Britain's capital apparently has more than 71,000 professional developers.
CEO Marissa Mayer pushes ahead with a tax-free spin-off of Yahoo's 15% stake in Alibaba, despite failing to get the go ahead from the tax man.
Another report says more women at the top are good for business. But what about other forms of diversity?
The service will be up to three times as fast as BT Infinity.
The discount supermarket will start selling wine over the internet next year.
The shadow chancellor wants a financial transactions tax on stock market transactions. Is it 'new economics' or plain lunacy?
Cracking down on disruptive innovators could undo years spent championing the UK as a great place to do business.
Sam Middleton founded The Chapar to save people from the hassle of high street shopping.
Trim fat, not muscle, to make your business leaner and meaner.
Much has been promised by the data scientists who say they understand the deeper meanings and patterns of mega numbers. Sceptics, including this one, say they have yet to deliver.
Don't bottle up your resentment - present him with a rota of shared tasks, says Jeremy Bullmore.
The chairman of Reed Global enjoys Alastair Campbell's tale of winners and gains some valuable life lessons from a book first published in 1894.
Go on, be a devil. Here are some ideas to tempt you (and stop you being caught).
No more fumbling with a card in the slot - Tui Group's Nordic hotels will soon have a smartband key.
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Try and ignore her manner and let her share in your successes - before you complain to management, says Jeremy Bullmore.
Our spirited master of spin experiences a moment of clarity during the wigwams-in-the-woods day out.
EVERYTHING YOU KNOW ABOUT BUSINESS IS WRONG: Staying small might be the right thing for your company.
Keep on top of your current account funds with the Quick Balance smart watch app from Nationwide.
Discovering who makes a superforecaster is enlightening - more so than reading about ideas for future trends, says Andrew Wileman.
The repentant spinner talks trust, tax, CSR, spin and why he thinks Lord Bell has led the comms industry astray.
THE MT INTERVIEW: What made the ex-Edelman chief turn his back on the PR world? All the lies and spin for starters... Now he's trying to tread a nobler and more useful path.
Simple clip-on monitors help 16,000 employees in 16 countries get fit, de-stress and have fun while they are doing it in the Novartis Global Corporate Challenge.
A decade after hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, the Big Easy has re-emerged with a new sense of entrepreneurial ambition - luring a host of tech start-ups with generous incentives.
The MT Interview
By Andrew Saunders Wednesday, 26 August 2015
THE MT INTERVIEW: With the task of bringing some unity to a business that has brands as diverse as Jaguar Land Rover, Tetley Tea and Taj Hotels, David Landsman is going to need all the skills he gained as a diplomat.
And the future looked so golden for the mega-miner a year ago.
'I'm not looking to sell yet - but if I do I'll want more than £142m, or what's the point?' - Marc Worth
HOW I BEAT THE ODDS: The founder of WGSN and Stylus on reining in out-of-control costs and why he decided to start all over again.
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