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Articles for January 2006

Executives have FA to learn from Eriksson

Is Sven a great manager, an OK one, or, to use a technical footballing term, a turnip? Is he really worth pounds 4.2m a year? Or one tenth or even one hundredth of that?
We don't like Mondays, and here's a man to tell us why

Dutch writer Joep Schrijvers' world is The Office rewritten by Leonard Cohen - an annoying but addictive mixture of black humour and clammy pessimism that can't be removed from the mind.
Why are we in this pension mess? Just ask the boss

THE SPECTACLE of British companies queuing up to renege on their pension obligations is nature's way of saying that there's something mortally wrong with modern shareholder capitalism.
GE decides it's best to look after the greenhouse

The endorsement of the environment as business by the world's most formidable industrial company is worth more than all the world's corporate social responsibility programmes.