16th May 2011
From the Independent, how the UK manufacturing committee is trying to urge the government to reject the recommendations of the Climate Change Committee, as the changes will have little environmental benefit and will be damaging to the economy.
The Telegraph is reporting on how the euro and Greek debt restructuring will be affected by the IMF head being arrested.
The Independent is discussing DSK's recent arrest as well, and how his private life should not affect his professional life but in cases such as this, it inevitably does.
Also in the Telegraph, how economic growth, or lack of, has caused a decline in consumer spending and real household disposable incomes.
The New York Times is looking behind the face of Greek debt to how it is actually affecting the people of Greece.
The Guardian is discussing whether the commodity boom has come to an end and the Glencore floatation may well mark the moment.
Also in the Guardian in disparity between top earners and the rest of the country, by the high pay commission and how to create a more equal society, for example, shareholders to have a direct say on pay and bonus packages.
From the BBC News, how lack of communication can cause problems. Yahoo and Alibaba's public spat caused share prices to fall last week.
The Wall Street Journal on how some of the world wealthiest are trying to help the environment and sustainability.
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