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Life, leaving, and existentialism

4 days ago at 11:07  by Diane Coyle, OBE
The Boxer and the Goalkeeper: Sartre vs Camus by Andy Martin was recommended to me by somebody commenting on this blog, I remember not when. It’s a thoroughly enjoyable book, using the soap opera of ...

Why your web business might not need a charismatic leader

4 days ago at 10:59  by Graham Jones
The supermarket giant, Tesco, has announced today that its CEO is to leave – after only three years in the job. Philip Clarke took over from Sir Terry Leahy who was the company’s Chief Executive ...

What economic history do economists need to know?

12 days ago at 10:34  by Diane Coyle, OBE
There’s an interesting VoxEU column by Coen Teulings about the economic history economics students ought to know. The list is terrific for learning about economic growth and development, including ...

Draghi on the horizon

12 days ago at 10:31  by Matt Williams
With the football done and dusted the media are now quibbling about who was the "real" winner of the world cup. The candidates include Nike, Adidas, the BBC, ITV and Sepp Blatter's wealth manager.

More people likely to be caught by inheritance tax

12 days ago at 10:27  by Cathy Corns
The number of people likely to have to pay inheritance tax is set to rise by around a third this year, according to Treasury predictions.

Some interesting news on tax avoidance

12 days ago at 10:26  by Cathy Corns
HMRC has again failed in its attempt to charge PAYE on the Rangers’ EBT.

Once upon a time, a website grabbed a man by the throat

15 days ago at 10:37  by Graham Jones
John sat in front of his computer unable to move. His eyes were fixed on the erotic image in front of him and his hand wobbled on his mouse as he thought he ought to click away from the page, yet he ...

Argentina versus Germany – how do the countries and economies shape up?

15 days ago at 10:35  by John Redwood
As we approach the World cup final on Sunday, the momentum is with Germany. The electrifying 7-1 thrashing of Brazil has made football pundits respectful of this German team. Backed by the EU’s ...

UK production and growth data to come

18 days ago at 10:32  by Matt Williams
As the central banks strive to repair the damage wrought by the global financial crisis, doing their best to balance stimulus and prudence, they are not short of advice from the lobbyists. The British ...

Restructuring Insolvency Regulation

18 days ago at 10:30  by Chris Laughton
The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill provides the government’s Insolvency Service with powers to introduce secondary legislation to establish a single insolvency regulator in place of ...
 
 

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