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Why sustainability matters to business

Why sustainability matters to business

How can UK plc be more sustainable? Corporate big names came together in London last week to work out an action plan.

 

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OP-ED: Myners' plans are the only way to rescue the Co-op

OP-ED: Myners' plans are the only way to rescue the Co-op

17 April 2014

A system designed to give members a vote on the organisation's leadership has created a democratic deficit, says the Institute of Directors' Dr Roger Barker. Time for a change.

 
 
EDITOR'S BLOG: A sexist dinosaur pig writes...

EDITOR'S BLOG: A sexist dinosaur pig writes...

11 April 2014

Matthew Gwyther got in a spot of bother at an MT event last night when he suggested being called 'one of the boys' is the greatest compliment a woman could be paid. Here, he defends himself...

 
 
Sleeping chairman: How to alienate all your shareholders in one fell swoop

Sleeping chairman: How to alienate all your shareholders in one fell swoop

10 April 2014

An activist hedge fun has all but won a battle with the management of one of its assets after its chairman fell asleep during its AGM... not-so-sweet-dreams...

 
 
Myners quits: is this the beginning of the end for the Co-operative Group?

Myners quits: is this the beginning of the end for the Co-operative Group?

10 April 2014

The former Labour City minister brought in to save the Co-op has stepped down. Doesn't look good, does it.

 
 
Marks & Spencer's clothing sales have finally risen

Marks & Spencer's clothing sales have finally risen

10 April 2014

They're not up by much though, and total UK sales have fallen.

 
 
OPINION: Nepotism - old hat or the way of the world?

OPINION: Nepotism - old hat or the way of the world?

09 April 2014

Segolene Royal's appointment to the French cabinet suggests nepotism is still alive and well. But it's becoming increasingly unacceptable, says Gloria Moss.

 
 
Mozilla boss resignation: 'the right thing happened, but at what cost'

Mozilla boss resignation: 'the right thing happened, but at what cost'

04 April 2014

People got very excited when Brendan Eich was appointed as CEO of the Firefox maker last week. They're getting even more excited now he's resigned.

 
 
Laurie McIlwee is the first casualty of Tesco's decline

Laurie McIlwee is the first casualty of Tesco's decline

04 April 2014

The supermarket's finance chief has resigned - or is about to resign - because he has 'lost confidence' in Philip Clarke's strategy.

 
 


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