A request from an employee has got the chairman thinking he may have to call in the paramilitaries.
Noisy pickets outside the office are stressing out Scam’s furry workers but the chairman’s sunny mood remains curiously unimpaired.
The chairman ponders the role of cocaine abuse in the banking crisis but concludes that the prevailing poor decision-making was caused by mere blatant stupidity
‘So what about the legacy of Baroness T?’ The chairman made an elaborate play of having something in his eye…
In advertising terms, sporting figures are ‘campaign gold’. But are Scam’s pockets deep enough?
After musings about Spectator readers and possible shadow chancellors, the talk turns to the main topic of the week… a six-letter word beginning with ‘B’
“So what’s this meeting going to cost me?”
The chairman is unrepentant about that annual charge on child trust funds - and aghast at a new US take on family life.
Meerkats and child trust funds are the topics of conversation as the chairman of Scam sneaks into the Jupiter investment dinner.
The chairman is wistful that he no longer has what it takes to devise financial schemes that make the heart and balance sheet soar… which is probably for the best.
Oxymoronic theories about employee behaviour, such as ‘functional stupidity’, leave the chairman none the wiser about the shortcomings of his workforce.