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The BBC has been attacked for spending thousands of pounds of public money on "vanity" paintings of their ex-director generals
BBC staff have been urged not to tweet about the corporation's problems by the acting head of news, Fran Unsworth. She told
Watching all the news on the 'BBC Crisis' these last few days, the famous philosopher Bart Simpson comes to mind when he
When newspapers, decent newspapers, make terrible errors they will print retractions, pay libel damages and move on to the next defamation. But, the BBC, like some religions, thinks of itself as being infallible.
The "monumental failures" at the BBC must prompt a complete overhaul of the corporation's management structures, the chair
The BBC has entered some extremely choppy waters of late with Director-General George Entwistle resigning over a disastrous
Over-promoting an employee does the person, as well as the organisation, a disservice. Some good sidekicks make good CEOs. But many do not.
The crisis surrounding a Newsnight programme, which wrongly implicated Tory peer Lord McAlpine in a child sex abuse scandal
Veteran BBC presenter David Dimbleby has hit out at bloated management and a culture of "gobbledegook" at the corporation
Charity chiefs have warned that the scandal surrounding BBC Newsnight's investigation into the child abuse which took place