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Too good to be forgotten - why institutional memory matters - BBC News


BBC News

Too good to be forgotten - why institutional memory matters
BBC News
Many organisations are at risk of losing their memory because workers switch jobs too quickly, without passing on what they've learned. This "corporate amnesia" can have serious consequences, writes Phil Tinline. Britons today change job more ...

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BT-EE deal gets competition go-ahead

BT Group's takeover of mobile phone network EE has been given final clearance by the Competition and Markets Authority.

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Business review 2015: Ebullient start gave way to scandal, slump and disaster - The Independent


The Independent

Business review 2015: Ebullient start gave way to scandal, slump and disaster
The Independent
The great fall of China proved an uncomfortable backdrop for President Xi Jinping's state visit to the UK in November. A steady flow of P45s dished out to UK steel workers also soured the visits. Chinese producers had dumped unwanted cheap steel on ...

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Tata Steel in talks to sell plants

Tata Steel says it is in talks with investment firm Greybull Capital to sell its Long Products business, which includes plants in the North of England, Scotland, and France.

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All the things Credit Suisse gets wrong in its analysis of Ocado - Business Insider


Business Insider

All the things Credit Suisse gets wrong in its analysis of Ocado
Business Insider
But McGuire got a few things wrong, in my opinion. He argues that Amazon's grocery ventures in the UK have the potential to hurt Ocado. ... Try being in the grocery business but not offering a decent choice of brands. It's not that our attachment to ...

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