Papers, poetry and politics

Words feature heavily in Business Weekly today.

Hear Google's views on how the wordsmiths in newspapers can survive, from chief economist, Hal Varian.

How do we read in the online world? Dr Jakob Nielsen, who's been called the guru of web usability, explains.

What do poets make of capitalism? There are contrasting views from poets Daljit Nagra, Victoria Chang and Dmitry Bykhov.

Lucy Kellaway's has opinions about forgetfulness.

And should a company ever be president of the United States? Why not, says William Klein from PR company Murray Hill Incorporated.

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