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How Kodak's customers are trying to save film

How Kodak's customers are trying to save film

30 July 2014

There's customer loyalty and then there's this: a group of movie studios are apparently embroiled in secret negotiations to save Kodak.

 
 
Skeletons in the closet: Carney slams Lloyds' 'reprehensible' rigging

Skeletons in the closet: Carney slams Lloyds' 'reprehensible' rigging

29 July 2014

Banks would love to finally put their financial crisis woes behind them, but they're not done paying their dues just yet.

 
 
The European airlines still flying into Tel Aviv

The European airlines still flying into Tel Aviv

23 July 2014

Yesterday the European Aviation Safety Agency followed its US counterpart by issuing a strong warning against flying to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion International. But some airlines - including BA - are still operating flights to the airport.

 
 
Was RBS really 'willfully obtuse' about small business lending?

Was RBS really 'willfully obtuse' about small business lending?

23 July 2014

There's been much back-and-forthing between Treasury Select Committee chair Andrew Tyrie and RBS about whether its distressed small business loans division makes too much profit. Now Tyrie has accused it of being 'willfully obtuse'.

 
 
How not to do customer service, by US cable firm Comcast

How not to do customer service, by US cable firm Comcast

15 July 2014

A US tech journalist has posted an eight-minute snippet of a conversation with a representative of internet and cable TV provider Comcast. The result is... frustrating.

 
 
Where next for the CSR revolution?

Where next for the CSR revolution?

11 July 2014

More and more big firms are investing in corporate social responsibility rather than just paying lip service to it. Is a real cultural change now underway?

 
 
Few CEOs have a strategy for stepping down - to the detriment of the companies they leave behind

Few CEOs have a strategy for stepping down - to the detriment of the companies they leave behind

10 July 2014

Hapless successors are often left to pick up the pieces of a disaster left by the outgoing CEO, argues Baroness Kingsmill.

 
 
Network Rail just got fined 53 million pounds for its late-running trains

Network Rail just got fined 53 million pounds for its late-running trains

07 July 2014

Not that this will do much to ease the frustrations of commuters - but it's a record fine. Schadenfreude, much?

 
 
'Our goal was never to upset anyone' protests Facebook as UK regulator gets involved in emotions study debate

'Our goal was never to upset anyone' protests Facebook as UK regulator gets involved in emotions study debate

02 July 2014

With the UK regulator investigating whether Facebook broke data protection laws, the backlash is dangerous but not deadly for the social network.

 
 
6 damning allegations against 'boys' club' Goldman Sachs by its female employees

6 damning allegations against 'boys' club' Goldman Sachs by its female employees

02 July 2014

Former Goldman Sachs employees are planning to file a class-action lawsuit complaining about alleged discrimination against women by the bank.

 
 

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