Industrial Management

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Table Of Contents: Volume 73 Issue 1

Figures that belie confidence

Chancellor Anthony Barber must view with growing apprehension Britain's economic prospects for 1973. His commitment to a 5% growth rate continues to be jeopardised by the…

MP's ‘PRODUCE˜YOU˜KOWN˜POWER’ PLAN TO THWART BLACKOUT THREATS

Paul Novak

COMPANIES ARE BEING urged by Trevor Skeet, chairman of the Tory MPs' Trade Committee, to install their own electricity generating plants to thwart militants in the power…

Flurry of deals pitches Keyser into the big bank league

MAURICE BARNFATHER

In the space of 18 months Keyser Ullmann has pulled off a series of deals to make it the second biggest of quoted merchant banks. Keyser's joint managing director, Ian…

Whatever happened to Taft˜Hartley?

Keith Mayes

With the IR Act still the subject of seething discontent among Britain's trade unionists, Keith Mayes takes a timely look at the US Taft‐Hartley laws, aimed at putting a…

Never mind the demand, feel the quality

Car‐owning elitists must have viewed with considerable apprehension the takeover last year of ailing Aston Martin by a property and investment concern, headed by William…

PILFERING —industry's hidden losses

No one knows for certain just how much British companies are losing each year through pilfering—but one estimate has put it at a staggering figure of £248 million…

THE EXPANDING WORLD

Donald F Chambers asks: Is the smaller and medium sized UK manufacturer and subcontractor prepared for the challenge of changing markets and ways of doing business?

NORTH SEA OIL:UK FIRMS ARE CATCHING UP IN THE ‘SPIN‐OFF’ RACE

British companies got off to a faltering start when it came to staking a claim in the lucrative business of building and servicing North Sea oil rigs. Now, spurred on by…

PRICE FREEZE HITS ALUMINIUM RECOVERY

After a disastrous period of overproduction, demand for aluminium is picking up. But producers are unhappy at what they regard as unrealistic price levels—and the freeze…

Industry plays ball on research park venture

Chris Phillips

A British invention capable of mapping the entire earth's atmosphere every 24 hours won deserved acclaim when—in the face of stiff American competition—it was included in…

ONE MAN IN A BOAT

For a man who puts rowing at the top of his varied sporting activities, Alan Burrough's home couldn't be more ideally situated. It directly overlooks the finishing line of…

Dr Frankel's treatment puts Staveley back into shape

‘Suppliers' credit running at an indecent length’ …. ‘cash used as though it were Monopoly money’ … ‘plenty of paperwork, but the figures were so much junk’ … these, in Dr…

ISSN:

0007-6929

Online date, start – end:

1970 – 1980

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited