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Only Ryanair stands between IAG and Aer Lingus now

Only Ryanair stands between IAG and Aer Lingus now

The Irish government accepts the British Airways owner's £1bn offer for Aer Lingus, but the deal still hinges on Ryanair saying yes.

 

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Why we need a new deal for the public sector

Why we need a new deal for the public sector

27 May 2015

The authors of The Public Wealth of Nations have some novel ideas for making state-owned assets perform more efficiently, but will they work in practice?

 
 
Tennis becomes a global player

Tennis becomes a global player

27 May 2015

From Wimbledon to the ATP World Tour Finals there's big money in the pro game now. But can the UK sport keep growing without nurturing its grass roots?

 
 
There's still life in Britain's cinema industry

There's still life in Britain's cinema industry

26 May 2015

The power of the web hasn't killed off the silver screen yet.

 
 
Busy-ness is on the increase - but at what cost?

Busy-ness is on the increase - but at what cost?

26 May 2015

In today's organisations people are caught in an activity trap, fuelled by the fear of falling behind

 
 
'My co-founder and I were constantly at loggerheads' - Lisa Scott

'My co-founder and I were constantly at loggerheads' - Lisa Scott

26 May 2015

HOW I BEAT THE ODDS: The founder of Gourmet Gadgetry overcame conflicts, cash-flow problems and stock delays to find a recipe for success.

 
 
Reckitt's KY Jelly rendezvous comes up against friction

Reckitt's KY Jelly rendezvous comes up against friction

22 May 2015

Could the consumer goods giant be forced to pull out before completion?

 
 
Saudi Arabia wants to sell you sunlight

Saudi Arabia wants to sell you sunlight

22 May 2015

Saudi oil minister al-Naimi admits fossil fuels could be unnecessary within 40 years, but has a brilliant plan to keep the kingdom's place as an energy exporter.

 
 
Why Booker is beefing up its retail business

Why Booker is beefing up its retail business

21 May 2015

The wholesaler group has agreed a £40m deal to buy Londis and Budgens.

 
 


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