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Getting back into the swing of golf

Golf as enjoyed by the well-heeled is in good shape, but overall public participation has faded. Edwin Smith looks at ways of correcting the dip in popularity

Performing like a pro

What can amateur golfers learn from top professionals to improve their physical and mental fitness without spending hours in the gym, hiring a psychologist or employing a sports nutritionist? Nick Bayly finds out

Old Tricks, New Cons

Whether it’s tricking a victim to give away too much information over the phone or slick computer software which steals sensitive data, cyber fraudsters are pocketing big money, as Tom Fox-Brewster reports

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When the heart fails

Being told you have heart failure can make you feel as if your world is coming to an end, writes Judy Hobson. But thanks to implantable devices, such as pacemakers and cardioverter defibrillators, as well as better drugs, patients now live longer and enjoy a better quality of life

Selling via Social Media

Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram are powerful selling tools. Charles Orton-Jones knows how to get the most from them

Megaprojects Revolution

It’s the stuff that makes the country work, creates employment and promotes growth; without renewed infrastructure Britain would gradually grind to a halt, writes Jim McClelland

No bribes please, we're British

When a company expands into new territories, especially emerging markets, bribery and corruption is a significant risk of doing business through local third-party representatives, as James Dean reports

Show value to make a sale

Organisations and their sales teams must understand customer needs to create and sell products that deliver real value if they want to boost revenue, writes Dan Matthews

Welcome to the data economy

With data multiplying at a bewildering rate, it has never been more important for business leaders to master digital information, writes Jessica Twentyman

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The 'other' heart disease

Heart failure is a silent epidemic which must be curbed, says Dr Gordon Tomaselli, of Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland

Q&A: The need for eye tests

Eye tests are not just about improving vision, but also a barometer for overall health. Yvonne Gordon asks optometrist Omar Hassan about maintaining eye health, and the role of eye tests in detecting and preventing disease

Keep your money safe

It is not only the banks job to fight fraud, it’s yours too, says Chris Skinner, chairman of the Financial Services Club

Fraud is costing the UK billions

Cyber crime, bribery and corruption are on the rise as corporate UK seeks to raise its defences against the fraudsters, writes James Dean

Wearables revolutionise fitness

A technological fitness revolution is fundamentally changing what we wear, how we work out and our entire approach to wellness, as Kieran Alger reports

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Making change easier and effective

A major new survey by PwC has identified five key themes to boost the success rate of change management programmes

Long arm of international law

To date more than one million US and international law graduates have used BARBRI and BARBRI International to prepare for the American bar exams

Making it easier to look after your sight

This week is National Eye Health Week when eyecare charities, organisations and health professionals from across the UK join together to promote the importance of eye health and the need for regular sight tests and eye health checks

Technology for a healthy heart

Adopting a healthy lifestyle is by far the best way to improve heart health and innovative technology, including wearable devices, could help, as Ellie Broughton discovers

Biggest drivers behind digital transformation

Increasingly, at work, people expect the same slick, powerful technology and the same efficient, flexible methods that they’ve become used to as consumers. In short, they expect to work the way they live

The pulse of UK heart health

Despite great strides in cutting the death rate, there is still some way to go in improving the treatment and prevention of heart disease in parts of the UK, writes Nigel Hawkes

UK businesses under threat

Right now, there is a unique opportunity to bring the way we live, share, connect and create into the workplace

Target the mid-market

Often undervalued and overlooked, mid-market companies represent resilient and powerful growth opportunities for potential investors, as Elizabeth Pfeuti reports

Carbon counts so do the maths

Energy efficiency in business not only helps to maximise profits, but by reducing carbon footprint, it also enhances sustainability for the good of the company – and the planet, writes Jim McClelland

Rise of the machines

Edwin Smith takes a glimpse of the future in conversation with technology pioneer and futurologist Peter Diamandis

The future is unbuilt

Construction may be booming, but the industry must rebuild itself to face a challenging future, writes Jim McClelland

Five areas to drive competitive advantage

Charles Orton-Jones finds five areas where, without you realising it, a well-managed supply chain can drive competitive advantage

Ten ways to brighten up business

Five years ago the internet was like the high street with companies selling to consumers. Now it’s central to almost every company’s business, connecting them with suppliers, employees, customers and partners. Stephen Armstrong has our top ten ways the cloud helps businesses with some shop-fresh examples…

Five core project management skills

Managing projects on a global scale requires high levels of skill in five core areas. Nick Martindale has what you need to know and what you should avoid

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