Barack Obama’s landmark healthcare reform has survived but now there's a reckoning
GSK fined over China bribery
Firm settles SEC charges that it bribed foreign officials with "things of value"
Age and output
We have to develop mechanisms to try and boost output, says George Magnus
Agency assassins don’t cut spending
The US politics of government expenditure
Technology in a changing society
One of the great hopes of modern times is that technology and science can solve some of the big problems confronting society
The FRC's strength on dishonesty
A recent ruling highlights the regulator's willing to crackdown on dishonesty
Debate: is council tax increase a viable way to tackle social care crisis?
As pressure grows on social care provision and the NHS, could such a tax could a viable alternative?
Iran: open for business
The Islamic Republic offers Western businesses an enticing new market to expand into, finds Dominic Dudley
Mitie announces cost cutting plan after £49m losses
Further job cuts expected to continue amid firm's £45m cost efficiency programme
FRC complaint against members
Timothy Whiston and John Whelan breached the "principle of integrity", FRC says
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