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Articles for October 2006

Apple's joker hits return key

After his ground-breaking design changed computers forever, engineering genius and prankster Steve Wozniak lost his memory, his millions and his hunger for corporate life. But now he's back with a book and a brand new venture
The shaky marriage of capitalism and virtue

There are limits to what CSR can do on its own, and reality is not served by downplaying them.
The world's most modern plant - and it's in Siberia

Siberia is huge, empty and inhospitable. It seems an unlikely hotbed of new developments in a 30bn world industry.
Partnership pays off for great British eccentric

John Lewis has shed its staid image and reinvented both the supposedly passe department store and the supermarket for a more health- and fairness-oriented age.
Wizard of Oz gives us verse and chapters on coining it

In his heart Felix Dennis must sense that few people can resolve the Catch-22 at the heart of his proposition. You can only get rich if you really, really want it. But if you really, really want it, you are liable to forget that getting rich is a game, a
The more we manage, the worse we make things

Management has changed greatly in the last 40 years but not for the better