It hardly seems like yesterday that I was here in Geneva checking out the latest models and talking to colleagues, gathering the buzz. Last year most manufacturers were displaying their latest models in white, the "new colour of success". Wow, how things have changed in a year!
A disparate workforce is an occupational hazard for Tom Morgan, whose company, The Adventurists, runs adventures around the world for charity.
In the first interview by a Fed Reserve chairman since 1987, Ben Bernanke gave an upbeat forecast of the economic climate, claiming that the US could be out of recession this year.
RB columnist Clive Sutton has just returned from the Geneva Motor Show. Find out what’s cracking, and what’s just crap.
Hardly hit office today after perfectly appalling weekend, which immediately induces Bridget Jones vocabulary of fags: ten dozen, and wine: bottles (uncounted!). Dashed in this morning to line managers meeting, which had been abandoned in preference of catching up on sudden deluge of orders – against my mutters of important over urgent.
It’s the end of an era for AG Barr – the company behind the sweet, fizzy drink Irn-Bru – as its 71-year-old chairman Robin Barr announces he’ll be stepping down from his role in May. Barr is the last surviving boardroom representative of the founding family.