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Olaf Swantee, architect of EE’s 4G feat

Former chief of EE drove Britain’s superfast network upgrade before the operator’s sale to BT

Business Education

Financial aid is increasingly a carrot to lure promising talent, rather than just extending access
– Jonathan Moules
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‘Very do-able’, says Halla Koppel, who gave birth two days after starting at Oxford’s Saïd school
– Della Bradshaw
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Chinese ecommerce company’s UK managing director says you can excel in business and still have a life
– Janina Conboye

Old-school reply to advertiser’s threat

Meg Whitman’s lieutenant was ‘disappointed’ with what I’d written. Here is my considered response

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How to ask staff what they really think

Meet employees informally to encourage them to speak up

Feedback: New York and business travel

Manhattanites mostly backed Michael Skapinker’s criticism of hotels, breakfast and subway signage

Lawyer turned Psycho-analyst Will Meyerhofer
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Care from lawyers turned therapists

Ex-legal professionals see anxiety caused by corporate pressures

Sticky moments with the Google Pixel C

With aaannoyiiing keys and too few apps, this is a work in progress

Hong Kong’s ‘lions’ dance for prosperity

A family business limbers up for a lucky Chinese new year

Taiwan’s Asus weathers PC decline

Campaigning to develop new products

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Three ways we could love New York more

Dear Big Apple, your hotels, breakfast and subway let you down. Affectionately, a friend

The secrets of inspiring bosses

The traits that link Miles Davis and Larry Ellison

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