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A titanic problem

Europe’s banks and investors are waiting nervously for the results of the latest stress tests to be published at 17:00 BST today. This state of anxiety hasn’t been helped by events in Italy, the eurozone’s third largest economy, which rapidly lost market confidence under the same pressures faced by Portugal, Ireland and Spain this week.

To fish or not to fish?

Frank Pope writes on the topic of our fisheries today in The Times. Most of us do not tend to ponder over where our fish comes from. We simply tend to assume that the sea is a never ending supplier of protein into our diet. However, it is relatively unreported that the EU spends nearly

TEDGlobal 2011 kicks off in Edinburgh

This year’s TEDGlobal conference is under way in Edinburgh and promises not to disappoint in showcasing some of the world’s leading thinkers and expert public speakers. The usual format is that the speakers are given a maximum of 18 minutes to present their ideas in the most innovative and engaging ways they can. Past presenters

“Everything will be alright”

Brian Eno, legendary pioneer of electronic music, has never been known for his sunny outlook. True, he did co-found Roxy Music; yes, he has produced a back catalogue of widely acclaimed solo projects, and indeed, he has worked with a roster of pop giants, from Talking Heads and David Bowie to U2 and Coldplay, that would make most other producers green

Assange appears on panel discussion at London’s Frontline Club

Last week the Frontline Club in London hosted a panel discussion with WikiLeaks’s Julian Assange and extroverted Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek; Democracy Now!’s Amy Goodman was the moderator. Zizek, an expert speaker on politics and philosophy, argued that the leaked documents provided people with concrete evidence of what was long tacitly accepted; governments engaged in

Meet Facebook: our new baby!

James Taylor reports on Facebook’s EMEA marketing office in London in the latest issue of Management Today. On the 22nd of Februrary 2011 there was an Egyptian baby named Facebook to celebrate its role in the revolution. There are 600 million Facebook users and the average user spends 23 minutes on each visit to Facebook. Can

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