Politics 4 May 2012 Other people's business, Friday 04 May Burning man: old-fashioned capitalism? Print HTML 1. The main-street Republican values of ... Burning Man? (Washington Post) Underneath it all is “old-fashioned capitalism", writes Suzy Khimm. 2. Shareholder rebels with a cause (Guardian) From Aviva to UBS, shareholders are voting against boardroom pay deals at underperforming firms. Now make them binding, writes Nils Pratley. 3. Dependence on Facebook spreads beyond its users (Reuters) It’s not just social networking junkies that have grown reliant on Mark Zuckerberg’s website creation, writes Robert Cyran. 4. United Technologies, quietly teaching a lesson (Washington Post) Sometimes big companies actually do good things for their employees during bad times, writes Allan Sloan. 5. No longer price-less (Schumpeter) Facebook is certainly a special company, but does that mean it merits a potential valuation which puts it in the same league as Amazon? Perhaps, writes Schumpeter. › A very bad night for the Tories Photograph: Getty Images Subscribe More Related articles Leader: On capitalism and insecurity Cabinet audit: what does the appointment of Liam Fox as International Trade Secretary mean for policy? Is the sale of the UK's largest tech company a "sad day" or a "vote of confidence" for Britain?