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Traditionally seen as one of the most macho industries, the oil and gas sector is starting to feel the burden of being left behind the curve in terms of gender diversity and broad, modern career appeal

Traditionally seen as one of the most macho industries, the oil and gas sector is starting to feel the burden of being left behind the curve in terms of gender diversity and broad, modern career appeal

Business & Management It has been common knowledge for some time now that access to the natural elements improves wellbeing, but a new report by sustainability experts Interface and organisational psychologist Professor Sir Cary Cooper proves that it can have a positive impact on workplace productivity too

Could plants be the key to improving employee motivation?

It has been common knowledge for some time now that access to the natural elements improves wellbeing, but a new report by sustainability experts Interface and organisational psychologist Professor Sir Cary Cooper proves that it can have a positive impact on workplace productivity too

By: Lizzie Meager
Business & Management India is starting to emerge on the global wine map, but may to struggle to compete with the world’s top producers in an industry arguably as dependent on heritage and reputation as it is on taste and quality

India has a long way to go to become a major contender in the wine market

India is starting to emerge on the global wine map, but may to struggle to compete with the world’s top producers in an industry arguably as dependent on heritage and reputation as it is on taste and quality

By: Laura French
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Business & Management The Irish government has spoken at length about closing tax loopholes. However, actions speak louder than words, and patience is running out. Ireland must stop marketing itself as a tax haven, or it will alienate its neighbours

Ireland’s Achilles’ heal is tax loopholes

The Irish government has spoken at length about closing tax loopholes. However, actions speak louder than words, and patience is running out. Ireland must stop marketing itself as a tax haven, or it will alienate its neighbours

By: Aaran Fronda
Business & Management While gendered marketing helps companies sell more products, some claim it reinforces gender roles, entrenching old ideas on what is masculine and feminine. Are such techniques dividing us or are boys and girls fundamentally different?

Gender marketing must stop

While gendered marketing helps companies sell more products, some claim it reinforces gender roles, entrenching old ideas on what is masculine and feminine. Are such techniques dividing us or are boys and girls fundamentally different?

By: Aaran Fronda, Journalist and Political Commentator
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Business & Management Branson's non-restrictive holiday scheme seems like a fine way to boost employee motivation. But freedom over hours could do more harm than good to Europe's overstretched workforce

Holiday schemes like Branson’s create more stress for Europe’s workforce

Branson’s non-restrictive holiday scheme seems like a fine way to boost employee motivation. But freedom over hours could do more harm than good to Europe’s overstretched workforce

By: Matt Timms, Journalist and Financial Commentator
Business & Management As banking rapidly goes digital, many are concerned about the loss of jobs and branches in the sector. But such change is surely inevitable, says Brooke Hunter

Job cuts and branch losses: just a necessary evil as banks go digital

As banking rapidly goes digital, many are concerned about the loss of jobs and branches in the sector. But such change is surely inevitable, says Brooke Hunter

By: Brooke Hunter
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Business & Management Buying and selling in overseas markets offers the potential for businesses to develop and expand opportunities but not without risk

The pros and cons of international trade

Buying and selling in overseas markets offers the potential for businesses to develop and expand opportunities but not without risk

By: Brooke Hunter
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Business & Management Interfering bosses can be the bane of workplaces, but recent arguments have concluded some traits of a micromanager can ultimately boost morale

The pros of micromanagement: why some traits can be good for business

Interfering bosses can be the bane of workplaces, but recent arguments have concluded some traits of a micromanager can ultimately boost morale

By: Brooke Hunter
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Business & Management Unorthodox recruitment procedures are often considered unnecessary gimmicks, but there could be real merit in businesses shaking up their hiring strategies

How unconventional recruitment strategies can benefit businesses

Unorthodox recruitment procedures are often considered unnecessary gimmicks, but there could be real merit in businesses shaking up their hiring strategies

By: Lizzie Meager
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Finance The British Government is set to sell its 40 percent Eurostar share in a move to cut the country’s public debt

UK to sell 40 percent stake in Eurostar as part of privatisation plans

The British Government is set to sell its 40 percent Eurostar share in a move to cut the country’s public debt

By: Laura French
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Business & Management Gap’s CEO is standing down in February after several successful years at the helm, with the company's President of Growth, Innovation and Digital, Art Peck, set to replace him

Gap CEO Glenn Murphy set to resign

Gap’s CEO is standing down in February after several successful years at the helm, with the company’s President of Growth, Innovation and Digital, Art Peck, set to replace him

By: Laura French
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Finance BP lawyers have requested a revision of the court ruling that the company acted with gross negligence in the offshore oil spill in 2010, writes Laura French

BP appeals against $18bn Deepwater Horizon oil spill ruling

BP lawyers have requested a revision of the court ruling that the company acted with gross negligence in the offshore oil spill in 2010, writes Laura French

By: Laura French
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Finance ECB president Mario Draghi has announced further details of the bank’s asset purchase programme; set to begin in the fourth quarter of this year

ECB announces details of asset purchase programme

ECB president Mario Draghi has announced further details of the bank’s asset purchase programme; set to begin in the fourth quarter of this year

Business & Management Data by CBRE shows Hong Kong overtaking New York, Paris and London as the world’s most expensive city for retailers by a landslide

Hong Kong’s excessive retail rental prices are damaging local trade

Data by CBRE shows Hong Kong overtaking New York, Paris and London as the world’s most expensive city for retailers by a landslide

By: Lizzie Meager
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Business & Management Europe’s second biggest airline Air France-KLM is postponing plans to expand its low-cost subsidiary Transavia outside of France, following continued strikes by pilots

Air France-KLM delays expansion

Europe’s second biggest airline Air France-KLM is postponing plans to expand its low-cost subsidiary Transavia outside of France, following continued strikes by pilots

By: Laura French
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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

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