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Articles for September 2008

Economic model for sale: several careless owners

ONE OF the glaring fault lines running through the financial crises of recent years is ownership. In the days of hedge funds and day-trading, who owns companies? And what rights and obligations does ownership bring?
It's a fine mess you've got us into now get us out

MANAGEMENT IS mostly left out of the pontificating about the credit crisis. But we're now beginning to see how much it matters
In Tarzan v Jane, Tarzan gets the bigger bonus

Pay parity between men and women still seems as unlikely as finding Elvis on the moon.
Why size doesn't matter in deciding bosses' pay

ONE OF the thorniest business conundrums of the past 30 years has been top management pay.