Crafting a killer business strategy

Paul Luen / 09 Feb 2011

What does strategy in business actually mean? There’s so much business babble out there on the subject, you’ll probably get 100 different answers from 100 different people.

Paternal peril

Paul Luen / 19 Jan 2011

The government's planned changes to parental leave will mean nothing short of a nightmare for small businesses.

Unequalled nonsense

Paul Luen / 09 Dec 2010

The Equality Act is making an unwelcome reappearance with the addition of a further and still more fatuous and irrelevant provision.

Stormy waters

Paul Luen / 11 Nov 2010

I like to think of myself as the kind of guy who's up for a challenge, but I've got to admit that getting through the recession was tough.

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