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Four reasons why you need a written business plan

Four reasons why you need a written business plan

Entrepreneurs that put pen to paper will ensure their company can carry on without them, says Shweta Jhajharia.

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'The Libor fixing scandal was every chairman's nightmare' - Marcus Agius

'The Libor fixing scandal was every chairman's nightmare' - Marcus Agius

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YOU LIVE AND LEARN: The chairman of PA Consulting and former Barclays chairman talks about resigning, managing chief executives and the therapeutic effects of gardening.

 
 
Martin Sorrell is gloomy about 'grey swans'

Martin Sorrell is gloomy about 'grey swans'

26 August 2015

Those pesky geopolitical birds are spoiling the ad man's fun again.

 
 
What's an ex-British diplomat doing heading Tata in Europe?

What's an ex-British diplomat doing heading Tata in Europe?

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.

 
 
Companies only have themselves to blame when innovation fails

Companies only have themselves to blame when innovation fails

25 August 2015

Businesss should own up to and overcome their failures to implement new ideas, rather than blaming regulators, says Colm Reilly.

 
 
Female managers aren't 'working for free' - but they are missing out on promotions

Female managers aren't 'working for free' - but they are missing out on promotions

25 August 2015

Women in management are paid 22% less on average than their male counterparts. Not cool.

 
 
Silicon Roundabout's boards are less diverse than the FTSE 100

Silicon Roundabout's boards are less diverse than the FTSE 100

24 August 2015

Just 18% of the east London tech hub's directors are women.

 
 
Deloitte's gender pay gap is 17.8%

Deloitte's gender pay gap is 17.8%

24 August 2015

But when job grade is taken into account the gulf is just 1.5%.

 
 
My CEO is acting strangely and I'm worried the business is heading for trouble. What should I do?

My CEO is acting strangely and I'm worried the business is heading for trouble. What should I do?

24 August 2015

Your CEO is in need of help - have a quiet word with your chairman, says Jeremy Bullmore.

 
 


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