UK faces ‘productivity collapse’ as remote workers admit they do less — and get...

BRITAIN’S economy is on the brink of a productivity collapse, with homebound workers admitting they get away with an average of two hours and...

Alexa von Tobel (CEO LearnVest): Smart move for a dropout

FINANCIAL planning is rarely considered an activity that attracts passion. Yet for one entrepreneur, it delivered enough fervour to warrant dropping out of Harvard...
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The fine art of stuffing-up at the right moment to make sense of analytics

Professors of marketing at the Kellogg School, Eric Anderson and Florian Zettelmeyer, recount a story called the Analytics Paradox “A YOUNG firm starts out making...
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Majid Al Futtaim making tracks across MENA

UAE billionaire announces a raft of fresh investments to revitalise dozens of projects in the region… By Darren Parkin WHEN the Majid Al Futtaim Group –...
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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...
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Obituary: Dame Helen Alexander

Businesswoman was a brilliant leader and trailblazer for women in senior boardroom roles… TRIBUTES have been paid to Dame Helen Alexander – a true pioneer...
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Five reasons why you should consider employee share ownership

In association with Malcolm Hurlston CBE, chairman, Employee Share Ownership (Esop) Centre The idea that employees should own shares in the company they work for...