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Tax evasion, bribery, mismanagement and corruption are just a few of the unsavoury details that plagued the final years of a British institution. Rita Lobo investigates what went wrong for MG Rover, and who is to blame

Tax evasion, bribery, mismanagement and corruption are just a few of the unsavoury details that plagued the final years of a British institution. Rita Lobo investigates what went wrong for MG Rover, and who is to blame

Business & Management Having finally joined the eurozone, and with Riga named as a European Capital of Culture this year, 2014 will set a new precedent for business and leisure in Latvia

Latvia: the dynamic country powering towards great economic heights

Having finally joined the eurozone, and with Riga named as a European Capital of Culture this year, 2014 will set a new precedent for business and leisure in Latvia

Business & Management Europe has been reliant on Russian oil and gas for too long. If the US ends its export ban, it can help its European allies free themselves

It’s time America turned on the oil taps to energy-hungry Europe

Europe has been reliant on Russian oil and gas for too long. If the US ends its export ban, it can help its European allies free themselves

By: Jules Gray
Business & Management Europe’s inability to freshen up ancient data protection laws is ruining the relationship between consumers and corporates

EU privacy reforms are too little too late

Europe’s inability to freshen up ancient data protection laws is ruining the relationship between consumers and corporates

By: Matthew Timms
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Finance European enterprises are missing out on business opportunities in China, owing to an inadequate understanding of the country’s legal landscape

‘Trademark squatting’ abundant in China, says Wragge & Co director

European enterprises are missing out on business opportunities in China, owing to an inadequate understanding of the country’s legal landscape

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Business & Management Business aviation is not simply a convenient mode of transport, but an incredibly effective productivity tool and a business strategy in itself

TrueNorth Avionics clients using business aviation as productivity tool

Business aviation is not simply a convenient mode of transport, but an incredibly effective productivity tool and a business strategy in itself

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Business & Management Craft beer is fast becoming the drink of choice for hip and discerning European drinkers. The trend for microbreweries is taking bars and pubs by storm

Craft beer legends: the top 5 breweries taking Europe by storm

Craft beer is fast becoming the drink of choice for hip and discerning European drinkers. The trend for microbreweries is taking bars and pubs by storm

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Business & Management Some of the world’s most successful CEOs have started their careers in the most unusual ways; here we take a look at a select few of the most intriguing

Successful CEOs and their first jobs

Some of the world’s most successful CEOs have started their careers in the most unusual ways; here we take a look at a select few of the most intriguing

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Business & Management Parental leave is not a favour businesses do for women; it can be good for companies too

Maternity is not a career choice

Parental leave is not a favour businesses do for women; it can be good for companies too

By: Rita Lobo
Culture A priceless haul of invaluable art thought to have been destroyed by the Nazi’s has recently been uncovered in Germany, raising questions about if and how artefacts are returned to their rightful owners or their heirs

Cornelius Gurlitt and the complexities of rehoming Nazi-looted art

A priceless haul of invaluable art thought to have been destroyed by the Nazi’s has recently been uncovered in Germany, raising questions about if and how artefacts are returned to their rightful owners or their heirs

By: Rita Lobo
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Business & Management By flying privately on business, airborne executives can actually save money while ensuring that less time is wasted, both on the ground and in the air

Ready, jet, go! With Jetlogic, chartering a plane is fast and simple

By flying privately on business, airborne executives can actually save money while ensuring that less time is wasted, both on the ground and in the air

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Finance Finance Minister announces budget will be balanced by 2016, raising growth forecasts before elections

Sweden reviews GDP forecast for 2014

Finance Minister announces budget will be balanced by 2016, raising growth forecasts before elections

By: Rita Lobo
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Culture With distinctive architecture and a coveted Caribbean location, the Turks and Caicos Islands have emerged as a hub for spectacular real estate projects

RA Shaw Designs: creating idyllic abodes in the Turks and Caicos Islands

With distinctive architecture and a coveted Caribbean location, the Turks and Caicos Islands have emerged as a hub for spectacular real estate projects

By: Kathryn Fox
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Culture Traditionally the most glamorous date on the film industry’s calendar, the Cannes Film Festival now faces increasing competition and could be losing some of its lustre in the process

Has Cannes lost its lustre? Critics complain festival is too commercial

Traditionally the most glamorous date on the film industry’s calendar, the Cannes Film Festival now faces increasing competition and could be losing some of its lustre in the process

By: Jules Gray
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Finance Increasing Chinese trade could be the solution ailing European companies are looking for, as national and EU trade agreements begin to boost profits

Opening up China: why Europe needs to increase trade with the country

Increasing Chinese trade could be the solution ailing European companies are looking for, as national and EU trade agreements begin to boost profits

By: Sandra Kilhof
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Business & Management Last year, Teva France faced a pharmaceutical firm’s worst nightmare when it was accused of causing deaths across the country. Amid the media storm CEO Erick Roche led from the front to save the company from disaster

‘It wasn’t easy’: Erick Roche on steering Teva France through media storm

Last year, Teva France faced a pharmaceutical firm’s worst nightmare when it was accused of causing deaths across the country. Amid the media storm CEO Erick Roche led from the front to save the company from disaster

By: Selwyn Parker
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Europe has spent approximately one-third of its output in recent years on propping up struggling banks

The European banking union

Europe has spent approximately one-third of its output in recent years on propping up struggling banks