Declining numbers of bees, butterflies and midges could leave companies facing the prospect of reduced crop quality and a shortage of raw materials. A United Nations-backed study has found that most businesses surveyed were unsure of what action to take. Pollinators across the … [Read more...] about Plight of the bees hits unaware businesses
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Conviviality has become the latest retailer to collapse into administration, putting 2,500 jobs at risk and risking supply disruption to Britain's pubs, after failing to secure emergency funds from investors. On Thursday the owner of Bargain Booze and Wine … [Read more...] about 2,500 jobs and supply to pubs at risk as Bargain Booze owner Conviviality heads into administration
PUBLISHED: 14:16 19 June 2016 | UPDATED: 14:23 19 June 2016 John Elworthy MEP Vicky Ford at G's Archant MEP Vicky Ford claims G’s of Ely – Europe’s largest salad grower- will move their headquarters out of Cambridgeshire to the continent if Britain votes … [Read more...] about MEP Vicky Ford says G’s boss John Shropshire warned he will move HQ from Fens to continent if Britain votes to leave the EU
0 Have your say STRICT new curbs on the opening of budget hotels are set to be put in place in Edinburgh city centre after it emerged they were preventing luxury chains from investing in the city and thwarting other major developments. New research has revealed that … [Read more...] about Edinburgh budget hotels could be curbed to encourage luxury chains
The past few years have been challenging times for the compliance teams of financial firms and 2018 will be no different – if anything, the pace of evolution is set to accelerate on a number fronts. From input gathered from clients and other industry contacts, Cordium has … [Read more...] about What are the governance, risk and compliance trends set to shape 2018?