Reports of the death of email seem greatly exaggerated. More’s the pity, we’re entitled to think, when a colleague hits ‘reply all’ to a message we didn’t care about in the first place. Or when we’re sent a really important file that gets buried in an avalanche of new mail.

Fletcher Building and Michael Hill International have been identified as having the best and the worst websites respectively in regard to communication with investors.


In walks a bureaucrat telling you that you are in violation of Section 1059 of the close to 2,000-page import compliance guide that you’ve heard legends about but never seen. What are you going to do?