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13 January 2010

Introducing NS Business

The launch of our new business section

By George Eaton

It’s an exciting day here at the NS with the launch of our new business section. In the wake of the financial crisis there is a growing belief that the left needs to take business more seriously than it has done in the past, and the new section will make a major contribution towards this.

Since the relaunch of the magazine last September we’ve strengthened our economics coverage, most notably through David Blanchflower’s weekly column.

The new online section will include business features and profiles of industry leaders as well as reports on critical moves across six sectors: automotive; banking and insurance; energy and clean technology; food and drink; health care and pharmaceuticals; and technology.

Head over to the section now to read about the latest developments in the race for Cadbury, Google’s quarrel with China and why RBS is struggling to recruit the top managers.

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