Other people's business


iWatch: Apple’s first true foray into wearable tech
By Mark Brierley - 15 July 11:33

You have to say the odds are stacked against them though.

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Is social media data in finance a double-edged sword?
By Carlos Pallordet - 15 July 9:40

The NSA saga should also make us wary of how private companies are using our personal data.

Why can't we do anything about the weather?
By Michael Brooks - 11 July 8:39

It’s hard to fathom that the warmth you feel (or don’t feel) today was created at a time when Neanderthals were still around. Yet that is not the real mystery. . .

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Lord Sugar's OptimEyes system will track your face and eyeballs
By Fred Crawley - 10 July 11:22

Now when we gaze into the abyss of direct marketing, it will gaze back, and come to know us.

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The TSA is on Instagram - and the results are alarming
By Frances Cook - 09 July 17:16

Why are hundreds of firearms being discovered each month in carry-on bags – and why are the majority of these weapons loaded?

Rethinking governance: what should companies be responsible for?
By Jo Iwasaki - 09 July 12:10

It is time that we looked at the basic question of what should companies be responsible for, writes Jo Iwasaki.

UK Central: the West Midlands sets an example for the rest of the country to follow
By Jerome Frost - 09 July 9:57

A holistic approach to infrastructure will encourage growth.

Mark Carney is gambling with his credibility
By Nick Beecroft - 04 July 17:51

Risky, risky, risky.

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How to be a powerful woman: be connected
By New Statesman - 04 July 13:27

Careers advice from Woman's Hour.

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The zombies of Mayfair
By Nicholas Shaxson - 04 July 8:41

Private equity firms and hedge funds with their hidden fees don’t just skew markets – they often aren’t even very good. So why is your pension probably invested with one?

The British need to learn to love failure
By Nigel Knowles - 04 July 8:35

Something we can learn from the Yanks.

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Five ways Bebo could actually make a comeback
By James Evans - 03 July 15:14

The site’s founder, Michael Birch, has just bought it back for $1m.

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China: "please don't talk about our screwed-up banking system"
By Alex Hern - 03 July 14:51

Nobody panic. That's an order.

Why the US bond market matters
By Felix Martin - 03 July 14:15

Felix Martin's "Real Money" column.

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Five questions answered on Ofcom’s broadband changes
By Heidi Vella - 03 July 12:28

Is it really going to change things that much?

"I have tits – give me free stuff": the WTF world of elite social networking
By Spears magazine - 03 July 12:14

It's a small world after all, finds Melinda Hughes.

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Strong PMI figures indicate return to growth in Q2 2013
By Alex Hern - 03 July 11:56

Maybe things don't suck?

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How to be a powerful woman: be in balance
By New Statesman - 03 July 10:25

Careers advice from Woman's Hour.

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TfL takes over services to Hertfordshire
By Alex Hern - 03 July 10:19

The franchise model is slowly dying in London.

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"I was told about this £20bn down the back of the sofa quite a long time ago"
By Helen Roxburgh - 03 July 10:01

Vince Cable on RBS: business quote of the day.

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Our warming planet, set to music
By Alex Hern - 02 July 10:52

This is what climate change sounds like.

How to be a powerful woman: be resilient
By New Statesman - 02 July 8:08

Careers advice from Woman's Hour.

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Google Reader is dying. Here's where to go next
By Alex Hern - 01 July 12:42

Don't bury your head in the sand, switch to one of these services.

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"I knew they were bad, bad, bad"
By Raymond Doherty - 01 July 10:22

Business quote of the day.

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What will whistleblower reform mean for businesses?
By economia - 01 July 8:21

A new law protects whistleblowers.