Monthly Archives: January 2013

Could have been Better? Ryan Mahoney vs Arabian Business

Was it a scandalous attempt at pushing property on the Palm? Or sensationalist tabloid journalism which penalised a perfectly understandable human error? This is the battle that grabbed my attention this past week fought on Arabian Business and Dubai Eye … Continue reading

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Young People not Social Media the Cause of Traditional News Decline

Social media is not the cause of the fall in traditional print news publications. If it were, then there would be a line of causality between the number of Internet companies and the collapse of traditional media. Such a relationship … Continue reading

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Scrooge vs Dickens – as relevant today as in 19C Britain

In 1843 Charles Dickens wrote a classic novel about morality entitled ‘A Christmas Carol‘. It’s chief character Ebenezer Scrooge was a successful businessman, who was totally self focused on his business at the expense of his responsibility to his staff … Continue reading

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