The crisis at Airbus took another twist late yesterday as chief executive Christian Streiff resigned just three months into the job.
Mr Streiff told French media he had been stymied by politicians and vested interests. 'I progressively came to the conviction that the governance of Airbus did not allow my plan to succeed. It's not a problem of people, it's a problem of structure,' he said - The Daily Telegraph
The resignations of a British Airways director and a senior employee amid an investigation into alleged price-fixing are the latest twists in a case that is taking the company, lawyers and regulators into the unknown. The case is the first public test of the Office of Fair Trading's toughened powers to fine companies involved in price fixing and launch criminal prosecutions against employees - The Financial Times
The helter skelter at the Tate Modern could be a slippery slope to disaster according to the Times. Designed by German artist Carsten Holler the slide is 'a device for experiencing an emmotional state that is somewhere between delight and madness'. Despite weeks of testing engineers are installing additional matting at the base of the structure to prevent injuries as riders hit the ground.