Other people's business


Businessmen texting
Are social tools used by optimists, or do they make optimists?
By Alex Hern - 15 May 14:56

A new report from Google reveals how social media is used in the workplace.

New Statesman
Banks and the high street
By Douglas Blakey - 15 May 13:28

As our banking behaviour heads online, major job losses will follow

Credit: Just what is going on?
By Douglas Blakey - 15 May 9:04

So just who is telling the truth on credit availability?

Other people's business, Tuesday 15 May.
By New Statesman - 15 May 8:00

JP Morgan and the politics of baby names.

Other people's business, Monday 13 April
By New Statesman - 14 May 10:35

Jewellers and Yahoo!

J P Morgan loss: by numbers
By Jon Bernstein - 12 May 9:00

$14bn wiped off bank's value.

A spring in the step of the Prancing Horse
By James Dallas - 11 May 15:38

Ferrari goes from strength to strength

Time to get out of the water
By Douglas Blakey - 11 May 15:03

Web stats highlight growing demand for payday loans

Other people's business, Friday 11 May.
By New Statesman - 11 May 10:46

Coty advances on Avon.

Five business leaders you should know
By John Maxted - 10 May 13:32

Fredrick Herzberg, Steven Covey, Malcolm Gladwell, Napoleon Hill and Charles Handy.

Boost your pension: take up smoking
By New Statesman - 10 May 12:27

Enhanced annuity payments.

Strictly business: Swedish "lunch beat"
By New Statesman - 10 May 10:29

It's a new craze.

Other people's business, Friday 20 April
By New Statesman - 10 May 9:11

Public transport and venerable partnerships.

Rain hurts retail, quality of puns.
By Martha Gill - 09 May 16:44

Retail "dampened".

Winds of Change
By Jennifer Santos - 09 May 15:52

Wind Turbine Manufacturers at the Tipping Point

The Queen's speech: will the Groceries Code work?
By Andrew Opie - 09 May 13:52

Funds absorbed by the Groceries Code Adjudicator leave less money for retailers’ supply chains.

Other people's business, Wednesday 09 May.
By New Statesman - 09 May 10:13

Geeks and leaking pipes.

Image of the day: male grooming
By New Statesman - 08 May 17:55

Men are grooming.

Why the failure to elect regional mayors is bad for business.
By Joey Gardiner - 08 May 11:35

The coalition's regional policies have been quietly disastrous.

Other people's business, Thursday 08 May
By New Statesman - 08 May 9:20

"Shareholder Spring" and cabbage in formaldehyde.

Image of the day: sheep
By New Statesman - 04 May 16:00

Shepherding is becoming a popular career choice in Italy.

Will the shareholder rebels have any impact?
By New Statesman - 04 May 14:44

Shareholders at Aviva, UBS, Inmarsat and Trinity Mirror have protested executive pay.

Revenues fall off the patent cliff, rain down on generics firms.
By Jerry Isaacson - 04 May 10:31

When patents run out, generic pharmaceutical companies reap the benefits.

Other people's business, Friday 04 May
By New Statesman - 04 May 10:04

Burning man: old-fashioned capitalism?

Interesting times for the retail sector
By Neil Saunders - 03 May 15:52

Things are destined to get pretty tough.

A Kindle Fire
Kindle Fire: "The fruitcake of tablets"
By Alex Hern - 03 May 15:29

Kindle Fire's marketshare fell by 10 percentage points over the last quarter. But why?

Other people's business, Thursday 3 May
By New Statesman - 03 May 9:44

India, cricket, and unnecessary heart surgery.

Other people's business, Wednesday 2 May
By New Statesman - 02 May 10:55

Coca-Cola and source code.

Are pubs being taxed too hard?
By New Statesman - 01 May 16:05

12 pubs are closing per week.

B&N in DC
Barnes and Noble works with Microsoft to make lots of money
By Alex Hern - 30 April 17:42

Valuation puts B&N's ebook business as more valuable than the rest of the company combined