Other people's business


The day Watson the super computer learned to swear
By New Statesman - 10 January 18:00

Could this actually be a breakthrough?

Former UBS boss: “I felt embarrassed and ashamed”
By Helen Roxburgh - 10 January 11:24

Business quote of the day.

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Five questions answered on the collapse of Jessops
By Heidi Vella - 10 January 11:13

Thousands of jobs at risk.

1,600 jobs go at Morgan Stanley
By New Statesman - 09 January 17:36

Latest bank to cut back.

Why you shouldn't read the comments
By New Statesman - 09 January 15:46

Negative comments skew understanding of science articles.

“The European Union is not an à la carte menu”
By Helen Roxburgh - 09 January 11:59

Business quote of the day.

The man who gives away a third of his income
By Martha Gill - 08 January 15:33

Would you give up a luxury to save a life?

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“The question is whether they have the guts to do it”
By Helen Roxburgh - 08 January 14:15

Business quote of the day.

Five questions answered on the new child benefit cuts taking effect today
By Heidi Vella - 07 January 15:04

Families earning over a certain amount will today lose their child benefit. We answer five questions on the changes to the UK child benefit system.

The superfast lane to nowheresville
By Alex Hern - 07 January 10:18

Are we focusing on the wrong sort of connectivity?

Pinterest acquires and shutters Punchfork
By Alex Hern - 04 January 17:22

The mayfly life of a 2010s start-up.

The website for MissTravel.com.
Why is the Daily Mail promoting a site that appears to be little more than an escort agency?
By Michael Marshall - 04 January 14:45

As the Daily Mail celebrates success in their online porn campaign, Michael Marshall explores the PR influence behind their headlines.

Five questions answered on the closure of Switzerland’s oldest bank
By Heidi Vella - 04 January 10:42

Weglin pleads guilty to charges.

Would punishing fat people even work? Science says no
By Martha Gill - 03 January 17:00

Government drive to cut benefits for the obese is a terrible idea.

Why zombies shouldn't always be slain
By New Statesman - 03 January 14:37

A story about Apple, Lego and Ford.

4G's so last year: why we need 5G, and now
By Rahim Tafazolli - 03 January 12:41

We have a spectrum crunch on our hands, and technology is only just starting to deal with that.

The ADgenda: highs and lows of the Google Chrome campaign
By Hannah Meltzer - 03 January 11:14

The web is what Google...I mean you make of it.

The Treasury gets £200m for Christmas
By Mark Nayler - 02 January 11:41

Let's hope it doesn't spend it all in one place.

Five questions answered on the annual rail fare rises
By Heidi Vella - 02 January 10:36

Risen three times faster than average incomes since 2008.

Rail fare hike: the 10 worst London commutes
By New Statesman - 02 January 10:07

Today's spike in train fares hits some journeys harder than others.

Gender neutral pricing won't work in the way you think
By Martha Gill - 21 December 17:42

The change that will probably change again.

Guardian teams up with tax-avoiding Amazon. Does it matter?
By Alex Hern - 20 December 12:42

Audible will be providing the Guardian's audiobooks, but a boycott would achieve nothing.