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High Speed to Nowhere

We are told that ‘business’ is very keen on big-ticket public works items like the expansion of Heathrow airport and the HS2 high speed rail link. Really? Or is this another area where self-appointed ‘business leaders’ are failing to represent the real needs and desires of most businesses. As with most public works projects, the […]

August 8th, 2013

Good Sports

Although we try to be internationally minded, the authors of this blog can be forgiven for basking for a little while longer in the reflected glory of a great weekend for British sport. First, the British Lions hammered the feared Australians to win their rugby tour test series 2-1, somewhat contrary to expectations. Then Britain […]

July 9th, 2013

Dancing to Death

The idiots who failed to see 2008 coming – including most of the overpaid ‘experts’ who advise governments and big organisations – are now all but dancing in the streets because of the spectacular rise of the Dow Jones. The people who made themselves unpopular by predicting 2008 – including much of the small business […]

June 11th, 2013

Who’s the Daddy/Papa?

  The news that ‘Pope Emeritus’ Benedict XVI has returned to live in the Vatican means that there are now two Popes living in the same palace. This might sound like the set-up for a bad sitcom, but it highlights a problem that is all too familiar in the small business sector. Scholars have identified […]

May 7th, 2013

The Last of the Titans

Even those of us who did not agree with everything she did cannot deny the achievements or the influence of Margaret Thatcher. While there is room to debate whether Caesar, Napoleon, Churchill, or whoever, is the Greatest Man in History, when defined purely in terms of personal accomplishment, it is hard to think of any […]

April 8th, 2013

Inefficiency Beyond Sloth

When the French government needed someone to invest in the failing Goodyear tyre plant in Amiens, Maurice Taylor, Chief Executive of the Titan Corporation, seemed an obvious person to approach. His refusal took the form of a letter lacerating French business practices which, probably as intended, caused outrage in France – mainly because most of […]

March 15th, 2013


  Then Balaam had to listen to a load of prophecies which were ridiculous, even for a donkey. Sometimes good advice comes from the strangest sources. The classical Greek playwright Aeschylus said a man may learn wisdom even from a fool. In the Bible Balaam was put right by a talking donkey – anyone so […]

February 20th, 2013

When Bad News Is Good News

HMV stands for “his master’s voice”, to which a small dog listens as it emanates magically from a gramophone. The famous image was originally a powerful statement of the wonders of modern technology. Now HMV itself looks as dated as the gramophone. Last week saw HMV going into administration, recently joined by fellow High Street […]

January 23rd, 2013

Will 13 Prove Unlucky After All?

  There is serious concern that the sale of new cars in the UK will be reduced in the coming year because superstitious people want to avoid the 13 numberplate. Practical people may dismiss this as credulous nonsense but the prejudices of consumers, right or wrong, are still in their own right economic facts with […]

December 28th, 2012

2012: Year of the Brit

Before we consider what lies ahead in 2013 – not a pleasant subject – we really ought to take a moment to reflect on 2012, if only to remind ourselves that we have had much for which we should be grateful. That is especially true for those who, like the authors of this blog, live […]

December 27th, 2012