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Good Business: Ethics at Work The world of work is an imperfect one. Good Business: Ethics at Work addresses the ethical issues that we all face in our lives and invites us to examine our personal conduct in business.
Final volume of the seven-volume Cambridge History of the Book in Britain series, focusing on the twentieth century and beyond. The book is for students, scholars and a general audience interested in book history, publishing studies, and the cultural history of Britain in the twentieth century and beyond.
Paul Shamplina is a landlord and eviction specialist and is featured on Channel 5's ‘Bad Tenants, Rogue Landlords’, he’s been helping landlords for over 25 years and is the Founder of Landlord Action. Kate Faulkner has written a number of property books for Which?, is considered one of the...
This book charts the early days of Hampton, the fourth of Peterborough’s new townships,1 from the time when, as the ‘Brickpits’, much of it was an area of complete desolation only considered suitable for landfilling, until it emerged as the largest development of its kind since Welwyn Garden City, in...
By Ian Cameron
The Perthshire I met in June 1962 was devoid of Motorways; steam trains still worked the branch lines and MOT tests for cars were far in the future. This story of my time with the Forestry Commission is really the sequence to my National Service in Germany that I wrote...
By M. Swainson
This book is focused on the expansive and highly demanding subject of Food Industry "Technical & Quality Management". As the world's most vital industry "Food Production" is complex, multifaceted and continuously scrutinised. Food scares and product recalls, on national and international scales, demonstrate the persistent challenge to identify, monitor and...
This book describes the coming disruptions caused by autonomous systems AS, which are unique blends of AI, big data and the Internet of Things IoT. An example of an AS is a driverless car. Big data is the key element here that is still receiving scant attention as compared to...
The New York Times bestselling author of Bitter Brew chronicles the birth and rise to greatness of the American auto industry through the remarkable life of Harley Earl, an eccentric six-foot-five, stuttering visionary who dropped out of college and went on to invent the profession of automobile styling, thereby revolutionized...
By John Dann
Four years after the Sports Club was formed – are the time of Edward VII’s Coronation, Thomas Cook was reckoned to be among the ‘three most competent organisations in the world’ the other two being the Roman Catholic Church and the Prussian Army.