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IC… oh, dear! Initial coin offerings can, and do, go wrong,...

Do some Google research on ICOs and you will immediately hear the faint, but unmistakable, clang of warning bells. Bells that almost – but...

Trade war ‘almost inevitable’ as Trump’s steel tariffs start to bite

Countries line-up to target US products with their own retaliatory taxes. HAL WILLIAMS reports EUROPE, Canada and Mexico are girding their loins for a trade...

EU steels itself for trade battle as 25 percent US tariffs...

THE EU – the world's second-largest steel producer after China – is preparing to confront US tariffs on steel imports due to come into...

DIY projects can go wrong – as Wesfarmers finds out in...

Home and hardware chain Homebase is sold for the princely sum of £1 – with strings attached… By HAL WILLIAMS THE UK DIY chain Homebase has...

Deutsche Bank cuts thousands of jobs to keep ‘doing what it...

New CEO Christian Sewing comes out swinging as troubled German lender struggles towards promised turnaround DEUTSCHE Bank has announced it will cut more than 7,000...

Sony Corp takes major stake in EMI to rule the music...

Sony is buying a controlling stake in EMI in a deal worth £1.7bn ($2.3bn), making it the world’s biggest music publisher SONY Corporation has announced...

‘Kiss up, crap down’: toxic workers vs the superstars in your...

Everyone wants to fill their company with top performers, but you need a clear strategy to recruit and retain them. Experts from Kellogg School...

The onus is on business to drive more inclusive trade

In his first speaking engagement as ICC Secretary General, John Denton put the onus on business to help drive transition to a more inclusive...

Policing employees’ misdeeds may hinge on ‘fatigue factor’

Tired workers are seen as less culpable for ethical slips and misdemeanours, research by Yajun Zhang, Kai Chi Yam, Maryam Kouchaki and Junwei Zhang of the...