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2019: the time to legislate AI

People have legitimate concerns about future unintended consequences of AI. The robots don’t seem to be any particular hurry to usurp their human…

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Brexit 2019: the end is nigh

If Brexit is to succeed, an awful lot of improbable things will have to right. For it fail, a lot of probable things…

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The art of negotiation

27 against one is not good odds. Theresa May is not a good negotiator, nor a good dancer, but people are starting to…

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I’m just popping out for the rest of the day

Have you blessed the world with your progeny? If so, you may find yourself under pressure to attend a nativity show or carol…

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Good for business?

Paul Polman was chief executive for ten years at Unilever, the Anglo-Dutch consumer-goods group. He was also a champion of business ethics and…

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Business: what’s the point?

In a new book, by Colin Mayer, professor at the Said Business School, Oxford, the author says that the modern company has turned…

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Annoying habits of highly effective people

Everyone seems to like writing about the life of corporate titans. Readers are expected to marvel at the stamina of Tim Cook. Apple’s…

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Trump works too hard

Americans celebrated Thanksgiving on November 22nd, and having eaten turkey and cranberry sauce, took the next day off work as well. That is…

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Get with the programme

Earlier this year, Nike wanted a new face for its marketing campaign. Instead of someone safe, it chose one of the most controversial…

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Look out boys…

Are men now under threat in the workplace? If you were to listen last week to a group of advertising executives at J…

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