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The average Google employee earns $127,000

The average Google employee earns $127,000

If you want dollar, work for a tech company. In the US, Google pays the most and Goldman Sachs is the only bank.

 

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European banks say the bonus cap is actually helping them recruit staff

European banks say the bonus cap is actually helping them recruit staff

14 April 2014

After all the braying about cutting bonuses being bad, it turns out many bankers quite like fixed pay.

 
 
Condoleezza Rice has joined Dropbox's board

Condoleezza Rice has joined Dropbox's board

10 April 2014

Anti-Bush grunge band Pearl Jam is also now an investor in the online storage company. Could make for an interesting AGM.

 
 
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.

 
 
Say cheers: beer, brews, pampering and fine food delivered

Say cheers: beer, brews, pampering and fine food delivered

03 April 2014

It's been a tough old recession for workers, many of whom put in longer hours as the downturn wore on. Considering saying thanks? MT has the perfect solutions...

 
 
What is thought leadership?

What is thought leadership?

28 March 2014

Think of Don Draper, star of the Mad Men TV series about Madison Avenue in the 1960s, whose creative genius wins new accounts and turns around marketing disasters.

 
 
My Style: Food writer Annabel Karmel

My Style: Food writer Annabel Karmel

28 March 2014

The food writer and entrepreneur on a typical day at the office, where she has lunch, and why she hates long holidays.

 
 
How to replace your boss with an app

How to replace your boss with an app

28 March 2014

Most people are badly managed. If your work is largely predictable, and you spend the majority of your time online, why not turn your boss into an app? Here are some things it could do.

 
 


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