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You can't deny that George Osborne has made the last Wednesday in Nov his own. But apart from showcasing the chancellor's presentation skills, what is the autumn statement actually for?
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Diversity is good for business, so it's not OK to use 'you don't fit in' as an excuse to reject minority candidates.
Consumers care about price, but they want more than cheap, random products.
Complacency is not an option any more when it comes to cyber security, says Dr Mike Lynch.
More employers should give fathers the chance to spend that precious first year with their child.
EDITOR'S BLOG: Things have improved a lot since the robber baron era - and there's no viable alternative anyway.
EDITOR'S BLOG: High end is the only way to go for UK clothing manufacturers.
When you become an NED all doors are suddenly open, but more companies and headhunters need to be prepared to give women a shot.
From tarnished banks trying to get their shine back to Silicon Valley start-ups taking the world by storm, everyone wants better customer experience. But not many deliver, says John Sills.
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- How to succeed in the sharing economy
- 'What you wear to work is an extension of who you are' - Kelly Hoppen
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- 'I was declared bankrupt and branded a liar' - Reuben Singh
- 'You don't have to stay at work till midnight' - Trainline's Clare Gilmartin
- My colleague is earning a lot less than me, even though he's my equal. Should I tell him?
- Effective leaders need more than good intentions
- EXCLUSIVE: Audi boss in the eye of an emissions storm
- Meet the former Apprentice contestant who is transforming tights
- Who should be in your personal network?
- Five tips for getting started with thought leadership
- 'It's important for women not to see themselves as victims' - Sally James
- Innocent founder Richard Reed's management tips for start-ups
- Meet the entrepreneurs behind London's street food mecca
- 'Take the moral high ground in pursuing your cause' - Dr Geeta Nargund
- 'Men are better at using their network to get stuff done' - Zella King
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