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Unravelling the mind of the consumer?
Analog Design  
10/28/2008   Post a comment
I read a very funny link that someone sent me this morning that highlighted recent changes in consumer spending patterns. Behind the humour, there's a serious point. Big ticket consumer items like TVs, cameras and camcorders, are likely to be low on the agenda of anyone already struggling to pay mounting heating bills or their mortgage.
Short-term gains
Analog Design  
10/10/2008   1 comment
Politicians were quick to point the finger of blame at a bonus culture within the financial sector that has encouraged unbridled risk taking. It wasn't the bonus culture that was flawed, but the personal characteristics that it rewarded.

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