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Bitcoin spying

EFF: Bitcoin snooping scheme puts bosses' freedoms at risk

Proposals to regulate New York merchants who handle digital currency fall foul of US campaign group, with First Amendment rights at stake

24 October 2014

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HRH charles

Charles' charity urges bosses not to forget over-50s

PRIME report shows that age group conceals a “missing million” jobless people who want to go back to work, but are being ignored by employers

23 October 2014

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InquiryChief

Could lightning strike twice over leadership of abuse inquiry?

Dining habits of government probe’s new leader fall under scrutiny – just three months on from departure of Baroness Butler-Sloss

23 October 2014

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South coast awards

South coast stars grab management gongs

A quartet of high achievers at Brighton Business School have been recognised for their efforts

23 October 2014

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Zac goldsmith

Why accountability bill offers little more than token recall

In a nation where most MPs and governments represent people who would have preferred someone else, is the Recall Bill just a recipe for chaos?

22 October 2014

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Moya greene

Moya Greene tackles "negative" perceptions of female ambition

Social attitudes must evolve to become more accepting of women’s career plans, says Royal Mail chief executive

22 October 2014

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Bad hires

Entrepreneurs lose £14,000 on each bad hire

A blend of skills shortages, rushed recruitment and inexperienced decision making is leading startup bosses to make inappropriate and costly appointments, says training outfit

21 October 2014

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Maternity sme

SME bosses exaggerating maternity fears, study finds

Companies that have adequate leave programmes for their employees are more likely to have productive workers, according to new research

20 October 2014

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fame or shame

How mixed messages on Ebola have failed public interest

Confused announcements on the threat level of the disease and a related screening programme have done anything but reassure UK citizens

17 October 2014

Glass ceiling

Are women reinforcing the glass ceiling?

US research indicates female workers could actually be standing in the way of female advancement, by preferring male bosses

17 October 2014

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