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Making CBI staff feel safe to speak up should be more central to its message

theguardian.com The voice of business has spoken. The messaging, however, is mixed. After a period of turmoil and soul searching, during which most of its work was suspended, the…

Is 'Ted Lasso' ending with season 3? Here's what we know

theweek.com Has AFC Richmond really played its final game? Apple's hit soccer comedy "Ted Lasso" has concluded its third season with an episode that plays like a series finale. But…

Who are the UK’s national newspaper editors?

pressgazette.co.uk New editors have been appointed at the Evening Standard, The Sunday Times, The Times, The Independent and the Sunday Express in the past 12 months. Most recently, former GQ…

UK’s Commonhold Council on home ownership laws has not met ‘for over a year’

theguardian.com An expert committee set up to advise ministers on how to change Britain’s archaic home ownership laws has not met for over a year, the Guardian can reveal, as campaigners…

A 2% tax on UK rich list families ‘could raise £22bn a year’

theguardian.com A modest wealth tax on the richest 350 families in the UK could raise more than £20bn a year – enough to fund the construction of 145,000 new affordable homes a year –…

Ukraine built more onshore wind turbines in past year than England

theguardian.com Ukraine has completed more onshore wind turbines than England since it was occupied by Russian soldiers – despite the UK’s government’s promise to relax restrictions on…

New WSJ editor Tucker unimpressed with work ethic

talkingbiznews.com New Wall Street Journal editor Emma Tucker has not been impressed with the work ethic of some of her new employees, reports The Spectator’s Cockburn’s Gossip column. The…

News UK appoints Jackson deputy head of travel

talkingbiznews.com News UK has tapped Laura Jackson to serve as deputy head of travel for The Times and Sunday Times. Recently, she held the post of commissioning editor, travel for The Times…

The Times appoints Maggie O’Riordan as deputy editor after Mail on Sunday departure

pressgazette.co.uk Maggie O’Riordan, who was until recently deputy editor at The Mail on Sunday, has been appointed in the same role at The Times. O’Riordan spent 15 years at Mail publisher…

A 30-year-old university dropout and former Pizza Hut delivery driver is now worth $1.1 billion

businessinsider.com Ben Francis is a university dropout and former Pizza Hut delivery driver who founded Gymshark. • He founded the sportswear label in 2012 and turned it into a billion-dollar…

Rishi Sunak: Britain has moved on from judging people for being rich

theguardian.com Rishi Sunak has said he is “not bothered” by Labour’s criticism of his wealthy family’s tax arrangements and thinks the UK has “moved beyond” judging people on their money,…

Whale carcass washed up by beach club gets harvested for meat

newsweek.com A dead whale has washed ashore in South Africa near a beach club and local authorities have warned people not to eat the meat due health concerns. Local residents spotted…

Ed Sheeran, Adele, and Harry Styles among richest Britons under 35

bbc.co.uk The musicians all have an estimated wealth of more than £150m after successes in the UK and US. Ed Sheeran and Adele are both in the top 10 of the under-35 list, which is…

UK rich list published; US debt ceiling optimism drives Nikkei to 33-year high

theguardian.com The billionaire Hinduja family have topped the Sunday Times Rich List for the second year in a row as their fortune jumped by more than £6bn last year. The annual assessment…

S.P. Hinduja, patriarch of British Indian business empire, dies at 87

washingtonpost.com Under Mr. Hinduja, the eldest of four brothers, the Hinduja Group operated as a tightly run family network without outside shareholders or extensive public disclosures of…

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