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Due diligence dark glasses

I love words, as you know.  But – like Jaffa Cakes on the shelves and “Today” on Radio 4 in the morning – we sometimes take them for granted.  (Although with the recent sale of United Biscuits to a Turkish … Continue reading

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If you can’t stand the heat…

HSBC is not having a good decade.  First there was the 2012 money laundering prosecution and penalty.  Then one of their directors, Rona Fairhead, was grilled by MPs when she took up the post of BBC Chair.  Then it was announced … Continue reading

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Showing your workings

As you read this, I fully intend to be sitting at a chi-chi patisserie in a cobbled square in the High City area of Luxembourg, sipping a fruit juice and nibbling on a spectacular cake of some sort.  See – … Continue reading

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The clue is in the name

Singers sing, dancers dance, plumbers plumb – and directors direct.  But you cannot direct unless you know where you are going and (in overall terms) how to get there.  And I think too many directors have forgotten that their primary … Continue reading

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