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    Baby boom generation just refuses to quit

    In 1889, when Otto von Bismarck, the German chancellor, introduced the first state pension scheme for those over 70, averageSarah Murray

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    Career Counsel: Recruiting young digital minds can be tricky

    I want to overhaul the digital offering of my business. To do this, I know I need to recruit some younger brains. How can IJanina Conboye

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    Haiku winner: ‘the commute’

    The topic of the week’s contest was the commute and the winning poem is by Lynne Rees: Monday morning we share each other’s

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    Vicky Featherstone: In the theatre, ‘if it’s predictable, it loses its reason to exist’

    Young hopefuls brush past as I wait at the stage door to see Vicky Featherstone, artistic director of the Royal CourtMaxine Boersma

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    Both the public and private sectors benefit from two-way traffic among executives

    John Manzoni is a man with a new job. On October 13, he became the first ever chief executive of the Civil Service. TheMrs Moneypenny

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    Transcend ‘shareholder value’ for all our sakes

    Companies need a bigger and better purpose than simply maximising shareholder value. They should aim, above all, to be greatStefan Stern

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    Are organisations listening to whistleblowers?

    Carola Hoyos

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    Japan could have told Germany a thing or two about reforms

    Sir, Martin Wolf argues (“Reform alone is no solution for the eurozone”, October 22) that Germany demonstrates that reform

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    Emotional partner’s plea to remember good times

    Sir, Antonio Muñoz Molina tries to persuade Catalans not to choose independence from Spain by emphasising how much they have

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    Colonialism, culture and the Catalan language

    Sir, In his article “Catalans have as much in common with the Spanish as with each other”, October 16), Antonio Muñoz Molina

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