BP’s 2030 energy transition plans – unveiled last week – won praise from green groups, including Greenpeace, for accepting that fossil fuel production must fall, even as many other oil companies claim to respect the Paris climate agreement while growing their oil and gas activities. … [Read more...] about BP mulls radical reduction of office space in move to flexible working
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Forty-eight hours later, after a trial where the jury was prevented from seeing and hearing much exculpatory evidence, McMillan was on her way to Rikers Island, the city’s decrepit, immense jail complex, awaiting sentence, which turned out to be 90 days (she could have been sent away for up to seven years) despite a letter to the judge from a majority of the jury asking that she not be sent back to jail at all. At Rikers, where she is one of more than 12,000 prisoners, McMillan has been denied medication. She has also been denied bail (her lawyers are appealing). She’s had enough of New York, though, and plans to move back to her hometown of Atlanta – a kinder, gentler city. … [Read more...] about Where are the Occupy protesters now?
“Dave will want to retain control,” Wiggins added. “It’s Dave’s way in terms of the way he manages the team, the way he’s set the team up and I think he would have been reluctant to have another multinational company that came in and wanted it for the advertisement but would want the control.” … [Read more...] about Team Sky set for takeover by Britain’s richest man, Sir Jim Ratcliffe