Are you like a carton of milk with a sell-by date or a bottle of wine that gets better every year?
Are you like a carton of milk with a sellby date or

My speech was a car crash because I am too confident

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'Being a CEO is awful for four reasons' – find out what they are.
'Being a CEO is awful for four reasons' – find out what they are

Cheap ways to prevent executive burnout

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Is it a smartphone? Is it a laptop? No, it’s both — read about Gemini. Could this device be the key to almost infinite productivity? [ On.ft.com Link ]
Is it a smartphone Is it a laptop No its both read

Pocket computers are poised for a comeback

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'Blind obedience may please the boss. But those who demand it do not deserve to be in charge' [ On.ft.com Link ]
Blind obedience may please the boss But those who demand it do

Zuma, Barclays, United and the value of employees who say no

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Australia's workplaces have a 'macho culture' problem. Recent controversies around office romances in the country have sparked a debate about gender equality. [ On.ft.com Link ]
Australias workplaces have a macho culture problem Recent controversies around o

Office affairs and Australia’s macho culture

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“MBA students are recognising that they have a strong voice in society and that business provides a platform for addressing many issues,” says Bill Boulding, dean of Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
MBA students are recognising that they have a strong voice in society

Business school students find voices in an age of protest

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Samsung Galaxy S8 review: 'Samsung has created the most comfortable, usable and downright beautiful smartphone in years.' The slender device also has a face recognition system to unlock the phone. But is it any good? [ On.ft.com Link ]
Samsung Galaxy S8 review Samsung has created the most comfortable usable and

Samsung Galaxy S8 review — useable and downright beautiful

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Could workplace rules prevent an office romance from turning into a disaster? [ On.ft.com Link ]
Could workplace rules prevent an office romance from turning into a disaster

Office affairs and Australia’s macho culture

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Is it a smartphone? Is it a laptop? No, it’s both — read about Gemini. Could this device be the key to almost infinite productivity? [ On.ft.com Link ]
Is it a smartphone Is it a laptop No its both read

Pocket computers are poised for a comeback

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“MBA students are recognising that they have a strong voice in society and that business provides a platform for addressing many issues,” says Bill Boulding, dean of Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
MBA students are recognising that they have a strong voice in society

Business school students find voices in an age of protest

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'The stream of bright ideas can be dizzying, and the dividends are hard to pin down'
'The stream of bright ideas can be dizzying and the dividends are hard to pin down'

The best advice for parents at the start of term

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Indian business school graduates who want a top job at Goldman Sachs may not need to look beyond their home country anymore: [ On.ft.com Link ]
Indian business school graduates who want a top job at Goldman Sachs

The new back office: inside Goldman Sachs’ Bangalore hub

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An academic has developed software to assess whether a CEO is about to be fired, or is feeling the pressure to quit
An academic has developed software to assess whether a CEO is about

The academic who believes he can predict CEO departures

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More than 100m people still play Supercell games daily, and it remains the world’s biggest mobile video game publisher by revenues
More than 100m people still play Supercell games daily and it remains

Ilkka Paananen, Supercell CEO, on its gaming gems

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Is a machine about to swipe your job from under your nose? Find out here...
Is a machine about to swipe your job from under your nose Find out here

Can a robot do your job?

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Do you know there is a lack of management executives with the technical know-how to deal with cyber hacks?
Do you know there is a lack of management executives with the

MBAs vs hackers: leaders of the future learn to fight cyber crime

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Between Debt and the Devil: Money, Credit and Fixing Global Finance by Adair Turner details an important reality of today’s economy: generating enough demand to absorb potential supply depends on explosive increases in indebtedness — private or public, or both, says chief economics commentator Martin Wolf
Between Debt and the Devil Money Credit and Fixing Global Finance by

The business books to help you through turbulent times

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VPNs have long been used by human rights activists and journalists in repressive regimes
VPNs have long been used by human rights activists and journalists in repressive regimes

Want to stop online snoopers? Here’s how to use a VPN

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'Here was what you could characterise as an ethos faceplant'
'Here was what you could characterise as an ethos faceplant'

How to avoid an Amber Rudd hashtag howler

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When a foreign acquirer buys a business, employees often fear for their future
When a foreign acquirer buys a business employees often fear for their future

How to bring cross-cultural teams together

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