By day, Fred Crawley is editor of Credit Today and Insolvency Today. By night, he reviews graphic novels for the New Statesman.

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Business blog
06 September 2013
So much whimsy.
Business blog
29 August 2013
But it doesn't stop there.
Business blog
15 August 2013
Though to be fair this course is probably really fun if you like MMORPGs.
Business blog
25 July 2013
Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s documentary Blackfish is a clear successor to 2009’s The Cove: a documentary that...
Business blog
10 July 2013
As the amount of consumer data in the world proliferates like bacterial mass in a petri dish, companies expect to see...
Cultural Capital
09 July 2013
“Entertaining” has become a euphemism for “crap, but with pretty set-pieces": a pleading...
Business blog
02 July 2013
Fred Crawley's jaw drops.
Business blog
25 June 2013
We probably won't have talking cars driven by reincanated mammoths
Business blog
13 June 2013
What’s really going on behind these clouds of nicotine-infused vapour?
Business blog
29 May 2013
...by making Arrested Development online only.
Business blog
07 May 2013
Wikipedia has it that a psychiatrist, hired to listen in to calls made to Coca-Cola’s customer hotline in 1985,...
Cultural Capital
28 April 2013
Reviewied: Anomaly.
Business blog
26 April 2013
UK lobster: the world is no longer its oyster.
Business blog
19 April 2013
Consumer campaigning group Which? recently published the results of a survey claiming around a fifth of consumers are...
Business blog
11 April 2013
Bank of England’s Andy Haldane calls 'em like he sees ‘em.

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