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Total pages original book: 224
Includes a PDF summary of 18 pages
Duration of the summary (audio): 13M14S (3.6 MB)
Description or summary of the audiobook: Since 1992, the financial and business life of the UK and many other parts of the world has changed beyond all recognition; that change has been expertly and incisively charted in the writings of Martin Vander Weyer, business columnist of The Spectator. From 'Big Bang' of 1986, which irrevocably changed the culture of banking - and of the UK - through to the global crisis of 2008 and the subsequent financial scandals, the people, ideas and very existence of the City have been under scrutiny as never before. In this anthology of his very best writings from The Spectator and elsewhere, Martin Vander Weyer brings a sharp eye and a very personal style to bear on often controversial topics, alongside recollections of life in the City and dissections of the current state of play; deliciously evocative accounts of travel, culture, food and daily life; and, very occasionally, reflections on the travails of middle age. Beautifully written, this collection offers a warm, witty and insightful perspective on our changing times.
Other categories, genre or collection: Humour Collections & Anthologies, Management & Management Techniques, Funny Books & Stories, Business & Management
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