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Denise Kingsmill: Caffeinated ambition

Denise Kingsmill: Caffeinated ambition

01 September 2009

More companies should consider hiring those talented free-wheelers who pursue a 'suite career'...

 
 
Luke Johnson: Our universities are sitting on an IP goldmine

Luke Johnson: Our universities are sitting on an IP goldmine

05 December 2013

Britain should make more use of its universities; entrepreneurs provide the best apprenticeships; and why 3D printing will forge our way to growth.

 
 
EDITOR'S BLOG: Government makes us all dupes in IT foul-ups

EDITOR'S BLOG: Government makes us all dupes in IT foul-ups

18 September 2013

The government has definitely lost the plot when it comes to big data. And it's costing us - the taxpayers - millions of pounds.

 
 
Luke Johnson: Building commercial property in the regions is a sure way to lose money

Luke Johnson: Building commercial property in the regions is a sure way to lose money

04 June 2013

Low commercial rent values outside London are a drag on the economy. What can be done?

 
 

Editor's Blog

The not-so-green green grass of home

Despite my Welsh roots, I can't see much for the Principality to be optimistic about at the moment.

 
 

Blog: The Parent Project

What not to do when you're pregnant

I noticed a massive variety in what pregnant women allow themselves, and others, to do.

 
 

Bullmore: What's your problem?


Jeremy Bullmore on the dilemmas of management

Jeremy Bullmore is a former creative director and chairman of J Walter Thompson London

 
 

Blog: Letters from Malawi


The NGOs doing more harm than good

Will Mitting explains why with their high salaries and flashy cars, some NGOs are jeopardising a delicate economy.

 
 

Blog: A Life of Enterprise


John Vincent, co-founder of Leon Restaurants and head of Vasari Global, on situational leadership

Leadership is not just about sticking to one’s own style. You have to adapt to suit the people you manage.

 
 

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