Raj Singh interview: lesson for the future

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Number 30, St Mary Axe, or The Gherkin, as it is more commonly known, is by now an established presence in the City of London. But its unusual design was not always received with the approval it is now. The iconic building initially suffered the indignity of many unflattering nicknames before it settled on its current relatively benign handle. For such a groundbreaking and innovative design, one would not instantly have pictured the occupant to be the UK arm of a Swiss reinsurance company, which

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