Other people's business


New Statesman
BP to pay for "gross negligence"
By Margarida Madaleno - 05 September 15:45

The US is holding BP accountable.

Six panels from Kohn's comic.
Attorney files brief defending Apple as a five-page comic
By Alex Hern - 05 September 10:43

Watchmen it ain't, but the brief condenses complex arguments admirably.

New Statesman
Holy lands welcome vegetarian McDonald's
By Margarida Madaleno - 05 September 9:50

Pilgrims can now eat their McSpicy Paneers.

New Statesman
Study shows that the health benefits of organic produce are negligible
By Margarida Madaleno - 04 September 13:32

A tomato by any other name would taste exactly the same.

Houses of the super-rich: ripe for squatting?
By Josh Spero - 03 September 12:10

Sneaking in through an open Belgravia garden flat window.

Avoiding tax: fair enough?
By Nick Martindale - 03 September 10:01

Accountants give their views on "rule interpretation".

New Statesman
Jackson Hole Symposium: Ben Bernake cements Fed's dedication to boosting employment
By Margarida Madaleno - 31 August 18:10

Then scuttles off for barbecue and line-dancing

Why you need a mentor
By Mark Freebairn - 31 August 15:58

If you make decisions in isolation there is every chance you will make the wrong call.

New Statesman
Sexist Lego a success
By Margarida Madaleno - 31 August 15:09

In spite of the uproar, the Lego Friends range is selling well

How Not To Spend It: the $290 paper bag
By Martha Gill - 31 August 9:30

First post of the series.

Instagram's homepage.
Business quote of the day
By Alex Hern - 30 August 12:44

Silicon valley business models edition.

New Statesman
The “Great Opportunity Party”
By Margarida Madaleno - 29 August 17:39

Yesterday's GOP.

Elle's "interns" edition highlights some problems
By Dominic Ponsford - 29 August 14:14

To intern or not to intern?

Asda starts Christmas four months early
By Alex Hern - 29 August 7:39

The supermarket chain has put "Santa's grottos" in three English stores.

Packing up the bike..
By Julian Sayarer - 23 August 14:56

..and reaching the end of Europe.

Nadir gets 10 years
By economia - 23 August 11:51

The former polly Peck Tycoon sentenced for theft.

Lonmin's Marikana platinum mine.
Environmental and social issues can be just as vital to company success
By Lisa Nandy - 22 August 12:19

The nosedive in Lonmin’s share value over the last week is proof that the environmental, social and human rights activities of companies are linked to their financial value.

Everything Everywhere bringing 4G to UK in September
By Alex Hern - 21 August 15:40

Will the mobile phone conglomerate gain a valuable Apple boost?

Local TV won't catch on
By Dominic Ponsford - 20 August 16:10

Local enthusiasm about new TV franchises is not shared.

Cycling through Turkey...
By Julian Sayarer - 20 August 8:40

...an ambivalent country.

Nationals drop by double digit per cent in circulation this year
By Dominic Ponsford - 17 August 17:01

National papers lost out year on year in July.

Will the City take any lessons from the Games?
By David Wootton - 17 August 16:31

The world of finance isn't exactly filled with role models.

Facebook shares plunge to all time low
By New Statesman - 17 August 11:30

End of lock-up period prompts selling spree.

So farewell then, Desperate Dan
By New Statesman - 16 August 14:13

Long live Dennis the Menace?

Can corporate social responsibility survive through recession?
By Philip Monaghan - 16 August 11:43

In recession, people are actually less forgiving of bad behaviour, writes Philip Monaghan.

The curious case of Standard Chartered
By Richard Cree - 15 August 15:56

And another bad week for banking.

First Group has beaten off Virgin’s bid
Why we're still being taken for a ride by our train companies
By Alan White - 15 August 9:52

There are too many "vested interests" to keep happy.