Should companies change the way they are run?
David Cameron has called for a new "economic dynamism" in a speech to the CBI in central London. Is it time for a corporate rethink?
In his first speech to the CBI since becoming prime minister, he said the government would offer help to ensure new companies can prosper.
The business group CBI has said that the UK will need to work hard to maintain its position against rising global competition for business investment, and that it needs to cut regulation and reduce both business and personal taxation.
How should companies change the way they are run? Should shareholders have more power? Should the government cut regulation? How can the UK remain attractive to investors?
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