Leading Global Brokerage Firm has selected CTC to improve transaction lifecycle management operation

March 10, 2017 | by | 0 Comments

Gresham, the leading software and services company that specialises in providing real-time transaction control and enterprise data integrity solutions, is pleased to announce a strategic win in the United States A leading global brokerage firm has selected Clareti Transaction Control (CTC) as part of a plan to streamline their data processing and improve transaction lifecycle…

Proplend Granted Full Authorisation from the FCA

March 2, 2017 | by | 0 Comments

Proplend is pleased to announce that it has been granted full authorisation from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for peer to peer lending, paving the way for the launch of its Innovative Finance ISA. The P2P lending platform connects investors directly to creditworthy borrowers – enabling investors to earn attractive returns and borrowers to gain access to…

Princess Anne – Princess of Britain

February 25, 2017 | by | 1 Comment

“Yes, of course” she said as she tilted her head to hold the phone, when asked if she would say a few things on what she had been up to recently. Anne started out working in the City. In the future Anne hopes to start her own company, a consultancy that will be called AnneBlues….

How to Make Money Online!

January 6, 2017 | by | 0 Comments

The internet provides us with the answers to our questions, allows us to connect to every continent across the world, and it also offers viable opportunities to make money online. Here’s how you can boost your bank balance with the help of the world-wide web. Write an eBook Amazon’s Kindle and Apple’s iTunes Connect allows…

How Do Legal Systems Differ Around The World?

August 13, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

There are hundreds of legal systems throughout the world today. Fortunately common histories have led to countries sharing legal systems, so not every nation has a uniquely different legal system.

Commercial Litigators Urged to Embrace Costs Budgeting

August 2, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Many commercial litigators have voiced their opposition to the new regime, which relates to all High Court and County Court multi-track cases. Lord Justice Jackson’s reforms dictate that any case starting on or after April 1st 2013 is subject to costs budgeting unless the court decides that this is inappropriate.

Inside Maranello: Ferrari’s green and responsible factory

May 16, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

These fascinating photographs give a rare insight into the daily goings on at Ferrari, the world’s most famous car company. The Italian firm was launched by the eponymous Enzo Ferrari in 1940 with his first car unveiled in 1947. Sixty-six years after the 125S made its debut, Ferrari continues to build the most desirable sports cars and boasts an annual…

Cadbury factory closes for good

March 31, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

The Cadbury’s chocolate factory near Bristol has finally closed its doors for the last time. Forty staff headed to the Somerdale factory social club for a drink together before leaving for good after owners, US food giant Kraft, switched production to Poland. Workers downed tools at 1pm and left the plant which has produced dipped…

Kraft to sell Cadbury factory for £50 million

March 22, 2011 | by | 7 Comments

American food giant Kraft sparked fresh outrage today by selling the site of an historic Cadbury factory it vowed not to close – for £50million. The Somerdale site in Keynsham, near Bristol, was closed within days of Kraft’s £11.7billion takeover of Cadbury in 2009, despite pledges it would be saved. Now the company has put…

Ann Widdecombe’s lingerie award snub

March 17, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Prudish Ann Widdecombe got her knickers in a twist at an awards bash and refused to present a businesswoman with a gong – because she runs a lingerie firm. The Strictly Come Dancing star, 64, was presenting prizes at the Woman of Worth Awards when winning entrepreneur Emily Bendell, 30, was called to the stage….

Forbes Rich List: The UK and world’s wealthiest people revealed

March 10, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

The Duke of Westminster is the nation’s richest man according to Forbes magazine which has released details on the world’s billionaires. The 59-year-old Duke of Westminster, Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor, is one of Britain’s 32 billionaires with a portfolio worth an eye-watering $13 billion. Indian-born property magnates David and Simon Reuben are next on the list…

£10 billion Airbus deal is biggest in aviation history

January 13, 2011 | by | 1 Comment

European aircraft manufacturer Airbus has landed the biggest order in aviation history – a £10 billion contract with an Indian budget airline. Delhi-based IndiGo has ordered 180 Airbus A320 passenger jets, which will be partly built at the firm’s UK plant in Filton, Bristol. The order – which is nearly as big as EasyJet’s entire…

Nation of plonkers: Britons downed two billion bottles of wine last year

January 12, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Britons now spend more on wine than the French – with nearly TWO BILLION bottles downed last year, new data revealed today. Wine consumption rose by 1.1 per cent last year to 1.765 billion bottles, making Britain the world’s largest wine importer. Total wine sales reached £8.642 billion – more than France – with overall…

Teenagers launch publishing careers with magazine

January 6, 2011 | by | 4 Comments

Two teenage entrepreneurs have been hailed the world’s youngest publishers after launching a magazine for their home town with a readership of over 5,000. Schoolboys Sean Spooner, 15, and Louis Porter, 14, launched their quarterly publication in June after noticing a gap in the market in Corby, Northants. Since then the enterprising media tycoons have…

Amazon backlash after website starts selling WikiLeaks cables

December 9, 2010 | by | 7 Comments

Furious Amazon users have accused the online retail giant of double standards after it was found to be selling the WikiLeaks embassy cables – just days it cut off the whistleblowing website from its hosting servers. The batch of 250,000 US classified documents were available free to users of the WikiLeaks website before it was…

Mastercard website hacked by angry WikiLeaks supporters on 4Chan

December 8, 2010 | by | 2 Comments

Credit card giant Mastercard’s website is down after being hacked by pro-WikiLeaks activists angry at the company’s decision to stop taking donations for the whistleblowing site. A group called ‘Anonymous’, which has been linked to popular internet forum 4chan, disabled the www.mastercard.com website today using a ‘distributed denial of service’ (DDOS) attack. They triumphantly announced…

Bernie Ecclestone makes light of mugging with Hublot watch advert

December 8, 2010 | by | 3 Comments

Forumula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has turned his recent mugging into a money spinner after he sported his black eye in a watch advert. The billionaire businesman was attacked by four men last month as he left his London office – with the vicious thugs leaving the 80-year-old battered and bruised while stealing his £11,000…