Monthly Archives: April 2007

This week, Lucy looks at rage, pettiness and rivalry between companies.

 

Yeltsin’s story may then be seen as at best a partial success and at worst a gross failure. I would regard it as closer to the former.

 

In the first FT Money programme: why rattling windows, amongst other things, could cost you money; one of the UK’s most successful fund managers launches a new product – at the age of 78; and listeners and readers questions on building society windfalls.

 

For its credibility, the monetary policy committee will have to come down hard on the UK’s inflation surge, even if it means overkill on interest rates.

 

Martin Wolf discusses the demise of the bank’s moral authority in its anti-corruption drive.