'I've just finished The Last Dive by Bernie Chowdhury, the story of a father and son who died while wreck-diving in the US. I'm interested because my hobby is scuba diving, and this captures the excitement and the risk of diving. I'm also reading McCarthy's Bar by Pete McCarthy.'
OPINION: A British entrepreneur and refugee defends the UK's tradition of hospitality.
The Supper Club's motto was 'no accountants, lawyers or life coaches.'
The Senior Managers and Certification Regime makes senior bankers personally accountable for failings.
Rudeness at work reduces performance. Go figure.
EDITORIAL: House of Fraser has been 'rescued'.
The founder of the UK's first gigabit service says faster broadband wasn't always the easiest idea to sell.