Tuesday, 9 February 2010

Roberts's literary tragedy

Does anyone over at The Guardian read the paper before it goes to print?
Evidence that no one does has always been in plentiful supply, but it is definitely getting worse.
Just one example is this sentence from a
column today called Browne's Shakespearean tragedy - which is business-supremo Dan Roberts's take on a book by former BP boss Lord Browne: "Companies, like all powerful institutions, seethe with far more nuanced internal politics."

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