Other people's business


New Statesman
The NHS has a secret weapon. Why doesn't it use it?
By James Petter. - 28 August 11:36

Why is no-one talking about predictive care?

Business quote of the day
By Raymond Doherty - 28 August 11:01

Michael O’Leary on Ryanair/Aer Lingus controversy: "Bizarre and manifestly wrong".

HS2: are we building a Chinese ghost city?
By Billy Bambrough - 27 August 15:56

The arguments for HS2 are getting left behind by new technology.

The people who can't use Crossrail
By Frances Ryan - 27 August 11:52

London's major new transport project is inaccessible to thousands for a saving of just 0.2 per cent of its budget.

HS2? "One grand folly"
By Raymond Doherty - 27 August 11:11

Business quote of the day.

Boris's vanity projects
By Alex Hern - 27 August 8:40

The Mayor of London's left his stamp on the city. But how much will we thank him for it down the line?

Why Stand Against Modern Football?
By Martin Cloake - 23 August 15:45

Maybe fans should be standing <em>for</em> future football. Mobilising for something is more productive, if more difficult, than simply opposing.

New Statesman
So how many loyalty cards do you own?
By Douglas Blakey - 22 August 14:07

And do you actually use them?

New Statesman
Bonuses: do we still not recognise equal pay for equal work?
By Sophie McBain - 22 August 10:27

There's a gender gap in top company bonuses.

New Statesman
Business quote of the day.
By Helen Roxburgh - 22 August 9:51

"The banks are really ripping off the people who want to borrow money to buy homes"

New Statesman
When you buy a London flat, you're not really becoming an owner
By Ross Clark. - 22 August 8:31

The weird reality of leaseholds.

New Statesman
We're in a new Dragon's Den economy
By Sanjiv Gossain - 21 August 14:05

Employers need to realise this.

Five questions answered on the TUC’s claims on pension changes
By Heidi Vella - 21 August 13:15

Will they make people worse off?

New Statesman
Business quote of the day: city bonuses
By Helen Roxburgh - 21 August 10:41

"While ordinary people suffer the longest wage squeeze in over a century, those at the top have seen bonuses rise by a stonking 4 per cent”.

New Statesman
Paying Charity CEOs large amounts isn't as bad as it looks
By Spears magazine - 21 August 10:09

A turn-off, but not a scandal.

Whatever the reasons for the gender gap in CEO pay, it needs to change
By Meghna Mukerjee - 20 August 16:33

It’s the eternal pink and blue divide.

New Statesman
The personal debt bubble is fit to burst
By Carl Packman - 20 August 15:25

We're almost in Wongaland already, writes Carl Packman.

New Statesman
Business quote of the day
By Helen Roxburgh - 20 August 10:28

“It's disgraceful that the corporate gender pay gap seems to be getting wider rather than narrowing”,

New Statesman
No, house prices are not falling
By Mike Cobb - 20 August 8:25

It's just a summer blip.

We can't crowdsource the right to free speech
By Mark Owen - 19 August 16:18

The BBFC's plan to put content flags on online video could work – but crowd-sourcing censorship isn't the right way to do it.

Five questions answered on the "retail revival"
By Heidi Vella - 19 August 12:41

Surprisingly, online sales have actually slowed.

New Statesman
"A stark picture of families being squeezed"
By Raymond Doherty - 19 August 11:51

Business quote of the day.

New Statesman
Sexual harassment on public transport: not just London
By Chris Lo - 19 August 8:31

Why is Project Guardian so London-centric?

People are finally spending more on their cards
By Douglas Blakey - 19 August 7:54

Is this the sign we've been waiting for?

New Statesman
The cost of a coup
By Oliver Williams - 16 August 14:25

Amidst tragedy, there's also an economic cost.

New Statesman
Why do we let protesters dictate energy policy?
By Billy Bambrough - 16 August 12:36

Cuadrilla withdraws from oil expansion in West Sussex.