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Trump shows speech can have effect without making complete sense
How effective was it as a piece of persuasion? Certainly, Mr Trump used many of the conventional tools of the orator. He began by seeking to establish a mutually flattering connection with his audience: “Wow.
Boardroom trades, June 20
Disposing of 10m shares this month, Gavin Oldham sought to increase liquidity in Share PLC, the investment services group whose primary business trades as The Share Centre. After a decent start to the year, gains have been dashed amid recent market ...
The cleaner who soared all the way to the board
Today Mr Santamorena runs NetApp's commercial sales group for the Americas. “His one big negative was that he'd never hired anyone, so [the challenge] was to give him the help that he'd need not to fail on that particular task,” Mr Mendoza says.
Employees flock to private clubs
As Starbucks provided the catalyst for the increase in coffee outlets, so, Mr Young says, the Soho House Group set the trend for club membership with Soho House and Shoreditch House.
TfL boss Peter Hendy: London commuter trains are 'shit'
But in a world of multimillion-pound plc CEOs, it's a relatively modest sum for being the one at whose desk the buck can go no further.
An unlikely tech hero: a modest 62-year-old who loves his garden
Unfortunately, the reporter characterised Norman, with his 35-year record in IT that included founding a successful Plc, as “a Wallingford inventor”, “inventor” being media code for “eccentric”.
the unicorn factory
The backing values the group at more than $250m. With 200,000 joining each day, the company could soon be valued at $1bn, making it another European “unicorn” - companies that have created more than $1bn in value.
Monday Interview: Ren Jianxin, ChemChina
Ren Jianxin, chairman of China's largest chemicals company, ChemChina, entertains visitors in a boardroom just down the hall from the group's Chinese Communist party general office, a mandatory feature at big state-owned enterprises and increasingly ...
Review: The Misfit Economy, by Alexa Clay and Kyra Maya Phillips
The book gives well-drawn and interesting examples of innovators beyond the mainstream: the Saudi entrepreneur who works with Amish camel farmers to sell their milk; the UX, a clandestine group of French art rebels who broke into the Panth�on in Paris ...
The billion-dollar companies Silicon Valley investors ought to fear
Fab.com, an online store that sells quirky designs of everything from iPad covers to bonsai pots, had just been given another tranche of cash by a group of venture capital investors who seemed undisturbed by the company's apparent indifference to ...