Other people's business


Olympic athletes sell their digital souls for peanuts
By Martha Gill - 23 July 9:48

Athletes give physical data to tech companies in return for free gadgets.

CEOs should lead corporate culture
By Richard Cree - 20 July 18:00

But it takes a rare breed to do it.

UK government borrowing rises
By Helen Roxburgh - 20 July 17:38

UK government borrowing rose by half a billion pounds in June.

Cycling through London's "neo-Victorian boom"
By Julian Sayarer - 20 July 13:31

..and realising it's time to leave.

Dairy cows graze in a field in Cheshire
The milk blockade is part of a far crueller story
By Alan White - 20 July 8:42

It's just an episode in a scandalous, decades-long tale of corporate greed.

Making the best of shareholder activism
By Rachel Maguire - 19 July 13:14

Navigating the shareholder spring.

Coca Cola present the Olympic torch relay at Glasgow
Coca Cola decides to pay their Olympic taxes
By Anna Lezard - 18 July 17:05

Coca Cola takes a lead from McDonald's.

£1.43bn Manchester United world's most valuable team
By Arvind Hickman - 17 July 17:15

But what does this really mean?

Who is Marissa Mayer?
By Alex Hern - 17 July 14:33

The new CEO of Yahoo! may be a superstar in Silicon Valley, but she's an enigma to most

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BBC to review pay structure
By economia - 17 July 10:56

Concern over tax payments.

A recipe for a U-turn
By Richard Cree - 16 July 15:38

Government should talk to experts earlier.

BBC Television Centre in London.
BBC Television Centre: the fairness was what made the magic
By Alan White - 16 July 15:11

At BBC TV Centre everyone was equal - equally lost, that is.

New Statesman
Former social media giant Digg sold for a pittance
By Alex Hern - 13 July 10:33

Digg parceled up and sold off for a tenth of its peak value.

Fraud? The boss probably did it.
By Helen Roxburgh - 12 July 12:17

Most cases of fraud come from the top.

New Statesman
How will the government's "city deals" work?
By Philip Woolley - 12 July 8:30

A tale of eight cities.

No chips at the Olympics, because McDonald's says so
By Martha Gill - 11 July 10:33

In the latest bizarre sponsorship deal, McDonald's vetos chips.

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Samsung ruled "not cool"
By En Liang Khong - 10 July 14:07

Samsung did not copy Apple’s iPad, High Court finds.

How do we stop a new press regulator "going native"?
By Dominic Ponsford - 10 July 12:50

Lessons from the failings of the PCC.

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By numbers: the Three Gorges Dam
By New Statesman - 05 July 18:08

Building the dam has forced 1.4m people to relocate.

Barclays' downgrade: a breakdown
By New Statesman - 05 July 13:35

It's mostly an HR issue.

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Chuka Umunna: business "has been emasculated under Vince Cable"
By Richard Cree - 05 July 12:12

Taking on Labour's biggest challenge.

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Libor: what about the regulators?
By Deborah Doane - 05 July 11:01

More light needs to be shone on the FSA.

New Statesman
Barclays is being punished for being first, not worst
By Alex Hern - 04 July 8:39

Barclays came clean while others are still hiding manipulation.

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Bob Diamond's daughter defends her dad
By New Statesman - 03 July 16:01

Tweets that George Osborne and Ed Miliband can "go ahead and #HMD".