Sports Spread: Claret Jug chase wide open at Sandwich
Reuters Owen Wyatt, Andy Lulham of Betfair and Opta's Duncan Alexander pick through the key statistics and odds for punters eyeing golf's British Open along with cycling's Tour de France.
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Europe Week Ahead: U.S. debt, stress test weigh on sentiment
Jitters over US debt negotiations and European bank stress tests results weigh on sentiment, despite sparkling corporate earnings from Google and Citigroup.
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Obama rings astros aboard International Space Station
July 15 - U.S. President Barack Obama makes a very long-distance telephone call, ringing up astronauts working aboard the International Space Station. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Why the credit crunch took hold
Richard Portes, Professor of Economics, talks about why the credit crunch took hold and what the authorities should do to avoid a repeat of the crisis.

Promise based management: How to pave the ground for good promises in your organisation
In part two of a series of three podcasts on promise based management, Donald Sull, Associate Professor of Management Practice in Strategic and International Management, explores why promises go bad and what organisations can do about it.

Promise based management: How to create a 'promise' culture in an organisation
In the final of his three-part podcast series on promise based management, Donald Sull, Associate Professor of Management Practice, explores how to encourage people to consistently make good promises and deliver results.

The Chinese economy
Linda Yueh, Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics, talks about the state of the Chinese Economy and the problems China's steady rise presents for other developing countries.

Simple rules: Strategy as simple rules
In the second of three podcasts on strategy as simple rules Donald Sull, Associate Professor of Management Practice in Strategic and International Management, explains what simple rules are and how managers can make them work in their organisations.

Prediction markets
Marco Ottaviani, Professor of Economics, talks about prediction markets - a subject currently in the spotlight as a growing number of companies, including Google, are using this method to derive information for their corporate decision making.

Entrepreneurship in an economic downturn
John Mullins, Associate Professor of Management Practice in Entrepreneurship, discusses the impact the credit crunch will have on entrepreneurs, and gives the truth behind some myths about investors.

What prevents middle manager from getting to the top?
Richard Jolly, Adjunct Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, discusses the obstacles facing middle managers who want to progress

Why choose a London Business School MBA?

Second briefing of the 'crisis compendium' - Part one, Professor James Dow
James Dow, Professor of Finance, comments that a hidden stock market crisis lies behind the economic crisis

Second briefing of the 'crisis compendium' - Part two, Professor Julian Franks
Julian Franks, Professor of Finance, suggests that giving free guarantees to banks reduces the incentive to monitor the banking sector

Second briefing of the 'crisis compendium' - Part three, Professor Stephen Schaefer
Stephen Schaefer, Professor of Finance, explains that the narrow focus of the regulatory system on banks is partially responsible for the financial crisis

Managing best practice
Professor Chris Voss explains how firms can adopt best practice to succeed

Why government guarantees are a double-edged sword
Professor Julian Franks looks at why banks were so highly levered prior to and even during the crisis. His recent research with Professor Viral Acharya discusses the impact government guarantees have had on bank debt.

Julian Birkinshaw - Third briefing of the crisis compendium
Professor Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategic and International Management, discusses types of risk, processes for managers and examples of risk managemnt from companies during the downturn.

Learn to glow
Create a co-operative environment within your organisation and you will radiate energy, innovation and success, says Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice

Marketing and neuroscience
Tim Ambler discusses the benefits and pitfalls for marketers of using neuroscience research to understand how the mind works and how companies can take advantage of it