Monthly Archives: September 2015

A snake and Francesca Lagerberg walk into a bar…

Enjoy. Inspired by the story in Accountancy Age, and following Ms Lagerberg winning her Gormless Feminist of the Month award, we may present her shortly with this award…

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Grant Thornton’s feminist propaganda piece: ‘Women in Business – the value of diversity’

Over the past four years I’ve read many reports purporting to show (or implying) a causal link between increased female representation on boards, and enhanced financial performance. All the widely-cited ones of which I’m aware (McKinsey, Credit Suisse, Reuters Thomson, … Continue reading

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Gormless Feminist of the Month: Francesca Lagerberg, Global Leader – Tax Services, Grant Thornton International

A deserving winner.

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Our public challenge of Samantha Beckett, Director General, Economics & Markets, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

We’re about to email this letter to Samantha Beckett. We’ve given her until 2 October to respond to our public challenge.

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A contemptuous response from Samantha Beckett, Director General, Economics & Markets, DBIS

Some months ago we sent a public challenge to Sajid Javid MP, Business Secretary, concerning the government’s bullying of FTSE100 companies into appointing more women onto their boards, despite unequivocal evidence (from longitudinal studies) of a causal link between driving … Continue reading

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Gerald Warner: Cultural Marxism is colonising Western boardrooms

An interesting piece by Gerald Warner for The Conservative Woman website. My only quibble would be with the title, presumably not chose by Warner himself. Cultural Marxism colonised Western boardrooms years ago. We need only observe the craven capitulation of … Continue reading

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