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The Boeing 747 is heading for retirement

ARCHIVE: Joe Sutter, the so-called 'father of the 747' has just passed away. Here's a...

Can shared leave help stop shocking rise in pregnancy discrimination at work?

So, pregnant women face more discrimination at work than they did a decade ago. Hardly...

Brexit makes us a whole new investment prospect for foreigners

EDITOR'S BLOG: The FDI figures look good for now but the future is highly unclear...

Brain gain: 5 things bosses can learn from neuroscience

Neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart offers five ways to train your brain and get a competitive...

Features

Inside Iceland's recovery: football, fish and tourism

Inside Iceland's recovery: football, fish and tourism

The world of high finance led the nation of 300,000 into the mire of 2008's crash. But now they are booming again.

7 pieces of corporate jargon to avoid on your CV

7 pieces of corporate jargon to avoid on your CV

Management speak makes you sound smart - to other idiots. So action this results-oriented roadmap for plain speaking success going forward.

Is the EU picking on Apple with its €13bn fine?

Is the EU picking on Apple with its €13bn fine?

It may be unfair to single the iPhone maker out as a tax avoider, but mud sticks and fines sting.

Meet the entrepreneur who keeps skyscrapers in shape

Meet the entrepreneur who keeps skyscrapers in shape

Niel Bethell's building maintenance business High Access has just raised £3.3m.

What are the ingredients of the perfect C-suite?

What are the ingredients of the perfect C-suite?

Harmonious dissonance in the boardroom can be a good thing, says Dean Stamoulis.

The business of golf has landed in the rough

The business of golf has landed in the rough

EDITOR'S BLOG: Adidas and Nike are getting out after conditions turned sub-par.

5 point guide to safeguarding your business

5 point guide to safeguarding your business

SPONSORED: Beef up your data security with these top tips.

Cheat sheet: restore your company's good name

Cheat sheet: restore your company's good name

The much maligned Sports Direct is opening its doors to the public. How else can you regain your reputation?

Uber drivers and cabbies are both set for the scrapheap

Uber drivers and cabbies are both set for the scrapheap

One day the fierce rivalry on London's roads will be consigned to history by self-driving cabs.