'I'm reading the Emperor of Scent by Chandler Burr. This is the true story of Luca Turin, a man who believed he had discovered how we smell things. We don't really understand yet how our sense of smell works. It's very interesting for me, clearly, and I'm really enjoying it.'
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The Senior Managers and Certification Regime makes senior bankers personally accountable for failings.
Rudeness at work reduces performance. Go figure.
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The founder of the UK's first gigabit service says faster broadband wasn't always the easiest idea to sell.