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A Wave Of Staff Suicides A Decade Ago Will See French Telecom Executives Facing Trial

The alleged role of employee suicides of top officials of a France Telecom Didier Lombard would now be investigated by French courts about a decade after the incidents had occurred.   Among those accused include the head of the telecom company and six other executives as well as the telecoms...

UK To Issue New ‘Start-Up Visa’ To Facilitate Faster Entry For Entrepreneurs

United Kingdom has announced the issuing of a new form of visa doe entrepreneurs known as “start-up” visa. This is a reflection of the increasing concern about restrictive visa policies of the UK.   According to the Home Office of the UK, this new visa class would take the place of the visas...

Elon Musk Fends Off A Call To Strike Him Down From Role Of Chairman Of Tesla

During the process of election of three directors to the board of Tesla, its founder and CEO Elon Musk almost lost out to an effort to remove him from a key role at the company.   Removing Musk from the role as the chairman of the company was attempted by one investor.   These two...

New C.E.O To Lead FAB’s London Operation

Amid the crucial moment when Brexit negotiations are being carried out, the First Abu Dhabi Bank’s new chief executive of U.K. comes with promising experiences. The FAB or First Abu Dhabi Bank, being the largest bank in the UAE, has a new chief executive officer for leading its U.K operations....

Is Starbucks founder going to become the US president?

Howard Schultz, the founder and long-term head of Starbucks, stepped down as chairman of the company's board of directors and said that he was considering a possibility of going to public service. This statement has already caused active discussions on whether Mr. Schultz is going to put forward...

Rehn To Become The Bank of Finland’s Governor & A Member Of The ‘ECB Council’

Rehn beats nine other applicants and bags the position of the Bank of Finland’s governor. The ex-economic official of the EU, Olli Rehn, is offered the post of the Bank of Finland’s Governor from last week. The said term period lasts for “seven-year term effective from July”, as reported by the...

What’s wrong? Tesla can’t retain its top managers

While Elon Musk is trying to brush up mass production of his electric cars, top managers are leaving his company. The exodus of Tesla's executives began in February, and the other day, Matthew Schwall, who was in charge of car safety and moved to Waymo, left the company. In addition, senior vice...

C.E.O of Barclays Faces Penalty For ‘Breaching Conduct Rules’

The probe into breaking rules by Barclay’s C.E.O is a whistleblower which calls for a fine by the regulators as a punishment. The chief executive officer of Barclays, Chief Executive Jes Staley has been fined by the regulators of Britain, whereby Staley has been subjected to pay a sum of “642,430...

PWC: People are ready to pay more for a positive customer experience

Growth of the service sector’s share in the structure of global GDP has been confirmed by current consumer behavior. Although price and quality remain key factors, 73% of respondents indicate importance of client experience in making a decision to buy and maintain brand loyalty, according to a...

First Woman Appointed To The Board Of Saudi Aramco

Saudi Aramco, the largest oil company in the world, has broken traditions in Saudi Arabia by appointing woman to its board. This appointment is important because ether ear every few women in Saudi Arabia oil industry. This announcement was made by the company which is preparing to go public, on...
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