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Faculty Blog

23 March 2016
Florence Kennedy Rolland, Lead Tutor
Relationships are complex, and business relationships are no different to personal ones. You’re often left second-guessing meanings and questioning outcomes. If...

Faculty Blog

11 March 2016
Dr Richard Bunning, Teacher
Is the ongoing controversy between Apple and America’s FBI a classic example of an ethical dilemma in business? In brief, the FBI has asked Apple to develop...

Faculty Blog

04 March 2016
Alex Scott
It’s Oscar time again with the usual retinue of highly paid stars, glitz and glamour. But what really makes a successful film?

Faculty Blog

21 February 2016
Gerry Reilly, Senior Teaching Fellow
In the 1950s, the UK built more than 300,000 new houses a year, many in the public sector. The government now estimates that it needs at least 250,000 new houses each...

Faculty Blog

16 February 2016
Dr Richard Bunning, Teacher
Alex Greer, a US freelance writer, has posted a fascinating article comparing US presidents’ IQs with their relative levels of success in presidency. An IQ of...

Faculty Blog

08 February 2016
Jane Priest, Teaching Fellow
I had a good experience the other week teaching Marketing at our Edinburgh campus, alongside my colleague Professor Steve Carter. Part of our session on consumer...

Faculty Blog

28 January 2016
Florence Kennedy Rolland, Lead Tutor
I recently watched an episode of the British TV show Location, Location, Location. If you haven’t seen it, it is a property show whose presenters are experts at...

Faculty Blog

21 January 2016
Colin Garvie, Assistant Professor
It’s been called many things so far, but ‘Diesel Dupe’ and ‘Dieselgate’ are among the more common monikers given to the Volkswagen (VW...

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15 January 2016
Gerry Reilly, Senior Teaching Fellow
There are many underground markets that do not operate in a transparent manner. These exist in all nations, be they developed or developing. The people engaged in...