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Lessons from McKinsey on the importance of being seen to be ethical

McKinsey is a household name, at least in Saudi and South Africa. And not for the right reasons either.

The firm, which consults for governments and businesses the world over, hasn’t had a good time of it lately in these two markets. 883 more words

Public Relations

Biafra: IPOB Faults Financial Times Report |The Republican News

The leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has faulted a report of the Financial Times of London, on its leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

The group said the newspaper went contrary to the ethics of investigative professional journalism in the report on Kanu. 794 more words


Venezuela: Is Maduro driving down bond prices to buy them back on the cheap?


By Daniel Cancel

November 8, 2017, 9:52 AM EST

  • Maduro may be driving down price of bonds to buy them back

  • ‘Our own suspicions tend more towards a more brutal endgame’

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Expensive imports: What Didier Drogba can expect in China

Signing Didier Drogba has given Shanghai Shenhua fans hope that the side’s so far disastrous 2012 season can be turned round, writes Jake Newby. But we’ve been here before, of course – a mere three months ago in fact. 154 more words


Good cop, bad cop

Personally, I have recently started a job. As a newbie on the labour market, I got a lot of freedom in my work and am often left without supervision. 538 more words

Generally Speaking

Why climate change puts the poorest most at risk by Martin Wolf

Recent IMF data shows that low-income nations suffer most from climate change events for which they bear no blame

The full article can be read in the Financial Times of October 17th 2017: 592 more words

Where do chef Nuno Mendes eat in Lisbon?

Chef Nuno Mendes guides Financial Times’ readers through Lisbon

Nuno Mendes is executive chef at the Chiltern Firehouse in London. His book, “Lisboeta: Recipes from Portugal’s City of Light”, is published by Bloomsbury. 124 more words

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