Storm warnings for Arup as it flies in the face of obliquity
An article by John Kay, author of The Truth About Markets, in the Financial Times offered us insight into the concept of obliquity. The premise is that you should ignore how the crow flies; you are more likely to arrive at your destination by following an indirect route.
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