Monthly Archives: December 2017

It’s skiing, Jim, but not as we know it

When you mention a ski lift, most people imagine one that starts at a roadside, or just above a car park, that whisks skiers up the mountain.   A lift that provides access to a piste – or even two or … Continue reading

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Due Diligence Lite – a recipe for disaster

What does it take to get a £120,000 per annum job as a managing director of an engineering company? Not much, it seems – simply submit a fictitious CV claiming to have a number of degrees you don’t have, and … Continue reading

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