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Barack Obama's pontificating may not go very far, but inequality is a real problem in need of a real solution, says Matthew Gwyther.
If shareholders don't get a grip on companies' power there will only be more Tescos, says Banker's Umbrella blogger Jay Vaananen.
EDITOR'S BLOG: When it comes to spending taxpayer's cash or earning profit, budgets can be a constraining pain in the neck, says Matthew Gwyther.
You'll only be productive if you're truly present at work, says Natalie Campbell.
EDITOR'S BLOG: You do not counter this horror by setting fire to kebab shops but by carrying on writing, publishing and lampooning.
This year, practice resilience, humility and being realistic and know when to cut your losses, says Katarina Skoberne.
EDITOR'S BLOG: Second only to the deathly wisdom of the cabbie, the snippers have brought conversation down to a new level of banality.
MT EXPERT: If you're thinking of investing abroad next year, check out the local borders but don't overestimate IS, says Charles Hecker.
EDITOR'S BLOG: The last place to look for principles is a Hollywood studio or a Japanese conglomerate. Sony is both, says Matthew Gwyther.
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