Pilita Clark is an associate editor and business columnist at the Financial Times. She writes a weekly column on modern corporate life, as well as features and other articles.
She has worked for the FT since 2003, covering aviation and the environment, and was previously a Washington correspondent for Australian newspapers and a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University.
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Hopes China was on track to cut pollution appear overly optimistic, writes Pilita Clark
Social media has a habit of picking up executives’ and employees’ private threads
More employers are offering bottomless holidays — but who really benefits?
Expectations grows that Beijing will announce scheme at climate talks in Germany
The company’s new £1bn HQ is an important contribution to the annals of sustainability
A top agency executive’s rant shows why greater diversity across the industry is needed
Presenteeism and gym vouchers will not fix our flagging productivity
Stonking email errors abound in the age of digital distraction
Next time your website goes down, your rival could be to blame
The city ranks low for quality of life, so what solutions could we borrow from abroad?
The presentation software encourages us to confuse complexity with expertise
Self-deprecation is an international skill
If companies inflict this woe then they must observe some rules to help workers survive
Telecoms group’s fleet of nearly 30,000 vans and cars is one of the largest in the UK
Corporate schemes proliferate, but those outside them often give the greatest advice
Big companies have a long way to go if they are to keep up with other societal shifts
China’s Mobike and Singapore’s oBike challenge capital’s clunky models
In the future, the auto industry will need far fewer people to make vehicles
Ministers have refined their proposals, but critics say they do not go far enough
Britain struggles to keep up with rivals despite government support
Ministers dither over decisions on future of renewables sector
Fake holiday illness claims reveal a widespread disdain for elites
Minister cracks down on plastic pollution and backs changes to subsidy scheme for farmers
Eurosceptic cabinet minister Gove confirms support for transitional arrangement
David Nussbaum joins as group looks to ditch coal-fired electricity generation