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The scandal-hit UK could learn a lot from ‘Government Sachs’
Travel budget cuts are unlikely to survive as business rediscovers the benefits of face-to-face meetings
The market has hardly noticed German industry’s coronavirus-induced conversion to cost discipline
Ex-Nissan legal chief Greg Kelly pointed to alien concept of retention risk in CEO salary talks
Excessive boosterism and US partisan divisions risk undermining a limited but effective therapy
Company’s pandemic share price gains are dwarfed by those of its rivals despite its jab’s stunning success
Workers are increasingly defying companies to complain publicly
Officials should not be buying and selling individual company shares
A lawsuit between old-world Pearson and ‘edtech’ Chegg shows new forms of disruption to education
Even with good disclosures and determination, cutting carbon emissions is hard
A fresh push on fast and reliable Covid diagnostics is needed to supplement the vaccine effect
Tougher rules from the likes of Mastercard are being applied unevenly
Darren Walker lent his prestige to the food and beverage group. Can he achieve enough in return?
The message from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will almost certainly be gloomy
Commercial landlords insist employees are heading back even as companies such as Twitter shut their doors
The UK group is trying to distance itself from its brand’s Israel policy. It doesn’t wash
A new hedge fund is more effective than PwC’s 100,000-strong army
Creditors are troubled by the reliance of certain private equity owned groups on a small pool of ex-lawyers and financiers
The recent court decision on the rights and wrongs of delayed deliveries was a shock for its subtlety
Zoom Video and other remote working beneficiaries have faded since their lockdown booms
G7 proposal targeting cloud computing is the wrong way to hit the ecommerce group
The $8.45bn deal for Hollywood studio may be enough for group to become a major force
Greensill and Wirecard among those to have tapped into the country’s abundant deposits
Institutional investors should focus on making their clients richer, not chief executives poorer
Side hustle of banker tarnished by Greensill and Archegos renews focus on Credit Suisse pay