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    S Korea’s traditional rent-free tenancies come under strain

    For decades, South Korean landlords have scorned monthly rent in favour of jeonse – a unique system under which tenants By Simon Mundy in Seoul

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    LNG boom fuels Australia hopes

    The flame flickering on top of a gas flare tower on Curtis Island in Gladstone is a symbol of a rising power in the By Jamie Smyth in Gladstone

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    Letter to a new chairman about communication skills

    Dear Alex, As Chairman you are the cornerstone of leadership in your business, so I recommend you pay close attention to the By

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    Doing capitalism in the digital age

    For the past two centuries the capitalist engine has delivered growing incomes and higher standards of living for the many. By Carl Benedikt Frey

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    Make yourself interesting, learn about wine

    I am a big fan of professional qualifications, because they can be a major source of confidence. Think about it – do you By Mrs Moneypenny

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    How to open doors by networking on LinkedIn

    I’m an accountant at a law firm and network with people in my industry face-to-face. However, it’s a large sector and I’d By Janina Conboye

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    Saatchi chief Kevin Roberts: We live in the age of the idea, not the age of the ad’

    Kevin Roberts, whose near two decade reign as chief executive of advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi will end in January, By Sharmila Devi

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    In a blink: Who is hiring

    A global look at who is hiring for managerial and professional jobs By Carola Hoyos

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    Heroic solo commanders need not apply in future

    Discretion is essential for executive search firms. So you would not expect to see headhunters taking a stand on an issue By Stefan Stern

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    Haiku competition: first winning poem

    The first winning poem of our weekly workplace haiku/senryu contest is by Valerie Nelson of Edmonton, Canada. She writes

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