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On this page you'll find our free ebook of the month, along with our blog. We regularly update our blog with thought-provoking ideas and would love to hear what you think.

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Latest news

Is football too expensive for the fans?

1 October 2014 by in Business, Entertainment, Sport

We read with interest yesterday a story that Virgin Media has asked Ofcom to investigate the way premier league rights are sold. According to Virgin the auction process is driving up prices and causing ‘significant consumer harm’. In his book Football Business economist Tsjalle van der Burg probes this question and comes up with the radical solution that all football on TV should be free:

What would happen if the EU introduced a ban on pay TV for all live matches and highlights shown in EU countries, so that they became free again? (Read more)

Port and lemon, madam?

29 September 2014 by in Lifestyle, Wine and spirits

We’re all aware of the centenary of the First World War and the commemorations will no doubt go on for many years to come. Undoubtedly the war changed the face of Britain, and indeed the world, irrevocably. We can thank this war for the invention of tanks, the poetry of Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon, and women’s suffrage. (Read more)

Cultural communication tips from India to New York

26 September 2014 by in Business, Current affairs

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits New York this week to try to improve his nation’s fragile relationship with the US.

Relations between Delhi and Washington almost collapsed in 2013 when the Indian deputy consul general in the US was arrested, strip-searched and detained by police in New York on charges of fraud, prompting furious accusations of disrespectful bullying from India. (Read more)