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By Renaud Durand Friday, 31 October 2014
MT EXPERT: Despite the explosion this week, Nasa shouldn't jump into bringing them back in-house, says Renaud Durand.
Starting a business has never been more fashionable, but how many of us have what it takes?
I am 55 and sold my company two years ago. Now I am bored out of my mind. How can I get back into business?
Working with the super-rich left my friend's father discontented with his merely affluent existence.
Next year fathers will gain new rights to parental leave. But will they get enhanced maternity pay too?
The 'management physics' analogy really caught on. But does it make any sense?
MT DIARY: Floating airport in the Seine, anyone? Time for George Osborne to be very afraid.
Just how useful is 360-degree feedback?
Editor's Letter: What made Victoria Beckham the top entrepreneur of 2014?
MT EXPERT: Decentralisation is inevitable, so other UK cities need to club together to instead of competing, argues PwC's head of regions Stephanie Hyde.
Networking is inauthentic - real business relationships can't be taught, argues Dominic Hiatt.
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