The Brighton native said: 'Jesus! Where do I start? Everything I seem to think I want in a man seems to just not end up on a good thing, does it? Because I'm still here, still single, still waiting for that man.' … [Read more...] about Katie Price ‘hasn’t seen son Junior, 14, in four weeks as she is so busy with work’ following recent trips to Las Vegas and France
Why does competitors affect business
Many passwords that appear in leaks are "hashed". Hashing is a way of hiding the password in a way that means you can log into a website, but anyone accessing your details won't be able to see what it is. … [Read more...] about MASSIVE password leak contains 773 million details – find out if you’re affected
The reasons cited for carrying out FGM are complex. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), FGM in some communities is "associated with cultural ideals of femininity and modesty, which include the notion that girls are clean and beautiful after removal of body parts that are considered unclean, unfeminine and male." The WHO also claimed that some communities believe that the practice "reduces a woman's libido and therefore [is] believed to help her resist extramarital sexual acts." … [Read more...] about Where does the Arab world stand on female genital mutilation?
Well, no – it does make smartphones, and has certainly carved out a big piece in this very competitive market, alongside Samsung and Apple. But, a much bigger, complex and more strategic business for Huawei has been in designing, manufacturing and supplying the networking gear that all these phones connect to. … [Read more...] about Q&A: what does Huawei do and why can’t we just strip its kit out of our networks?
Earlier this month HSBC chairman Douglas Flint warned: "We are looking at a whole range of things … the cap on variable pay as a proportion of fixed pay is very uncomfortable when we make our money where these restrictions are not faced by our competitors." … [Read more...] about UK bankers’ salaries raised to beat EU bonus cap