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Antismoking campaigns have put a brake on cigarette smoking. But executives under constant pressure still need some release, and many are turning to snuff. Jennifer Pulling reports.
Gentlemen of the boardroom, forget your present troubles for a moment and think what your successors could be doing on the labour relations front in a few years' time.
Profit conscious Schreiber, Britain's booming furniture giant has discovered that close control over marketing of its products has contributed to sales succsess. David Harvey reports
President Nixon's economic advisers have been so wrong so often, critics are now questioning whether they suffer from aphasia the partial or total loss of the ability to articulate ideas in any form. Keith Mayes reports.
Morgan is not one of the larger British motor manufacturers. But it can teach the big firms a lesson or two on the industrial relations front. David Harvey reports.
William Foden's great grandfather founded the family truck maker, and the firm's brass band. Today the firms management is still headed by the family, and the band has become one of the most famous in Britain. Ken Gooding reports.
When Unilever wanted to close an old Dutch factory, it found that worker participation was an aid to management. John Lawless reports.
How is the practice of giving Christmas bonuses or presents faring in industry An Industrial Management survey reveals that the practice may be fizzling out. Dave Grayston reports.
The government will push through a Consumer Credit Bill as one of its first acts this year. The bill will mean a new deal for borrowers and will trim the worst excesses of the credit sharks.
Despite changing official attitudes Britain's growing black labour force now more than 600,000 still finds it difficult to get promotion. And it seems that Government action has done little to help. Leslie Kenton reports.
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