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Articles for May 2005

The red herring of red tape

UK businesses are already some of the least regulated in the world - and look where that's got us.
A heap big pile of chiefs

Managers are multiplying. But are there enough people doing anything productive?
It's not the end of the line

Toyota shows that there is still life in the UK car industry.
How to survive the business scrum: Sir Clive Woodward, the former England rugby coach, on learning to lead

Of all experiences includingplaying for England setting up his own firm was the best grounding for the England job, says Clive Woodward
Not what the doctors ordered

Medicine for the public services is the same as for the Bank of England: be independent.
The Mayor's favourite Yank

Bob Kiley, the man who runs the Clapham omnibus, tells Simon Caulkin his revolution has yet to reach its destination
What about the workers?

Rover is a classic case of shareholders coming first.