Future Accountant : News

FACT • News
No product recall is needed for the model blamed as the origin of the fire, an investigation finds.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
Local humanitarians are beacons of light in the darkness of war, says humanitarian aid entrepreneur and TED Fellow Rola Hallam. She's working to help responders on the ground in devastated communities like Syria, where the destruction of health care is being used as a weapon of war. One of her campaigns achieved a global first: a crowdfunded hospital. Since it opened in 2017, the aptly named Hope Hospital has treated thousands of children. "Local humanitarians have the courage to persist, to dust themselves off from the wreckage and to start again, risking their lives to save others," Hallam says. "We can match their courage by not looking away or turning our backs."
To Share - Use this Perma Link
Think of a place to get a perfect coffee and Carmarthenshire might not have been first on your lips.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
Victoria Derbyshire debates the issue of higher prices for bigger sizes with a plus-size designer and a plus-size model
To Share - Use this Perma Link
The local council wants the two Seattle-based giants to help fight homelessness in the US city.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
The bookmaker tells Teresa May it risks being taken over if it is weakened by new betting machine rules.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
Some customers are still struggling to make payments nearly four weeks after the bank's IT crisis began.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
The fashion chain thinks again on pricing after anger over higher prices for plus-size clothes.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
Wages are rising faster than inflation for the first time in more than a year, official figures show.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
Building back up
15 May 2018 8:21:36
After last years first test runs, the Bloodhound supersonic car is being rebuilt ready to go faster still.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
Chief executive Vittorio Colao helped to build Vodafone into one of the world's biggest telecoms companies.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
Forests are increasing around the world because of rising incomes and national wellbeing say researchers.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
The US retailer is the latest firm to anger China by not adhering to its territorial claims.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
The people who dressed Prince William for his wedding show us what it takes to get a Royal groom kitted out.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
Miri Gellert's parents react to her viral interview about sex and dating when you live at home.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
Wheelie good
14 May 2018 3:12:09
Dockless bike tech has massively boosted bike-sharing. Is it the future of two-wheeled transport?
To Share - Use this Perma Link
The baby goods retailer is finalising a rescue deal with creditors after years of falling sales.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
The US broadcaster claims it is facing 'irreparable harm' from shareholder Shari Redstone.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
The carmaker plans to restructure its operations amid concerns about its production schedule.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
Memories are transferred from one snail to another in a laboratory.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
London warns Brussels that it is prepared to block Galileo technologies from leaving the UK.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
Gambling shares in the US and UK surge after the Supreme Court paves the way for legalised sports betting.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
What would a sustainable, universally beneficial economy look like? "Like a doughnut," says Oxford economist Kate Raworth. In a stellar, eye-opening talk, she explains how we can move countries out of the hole -- where people are falling short on life's essentials -- and create regenerative, distributive economies that work within the planet's ecological limits.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
The jury is being asked to reconsider what Apple's iPhone design patents were worth.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
T-Mobile's owner says it owns a shade of magenta which it claims is being used by a software firm.
To Share - Use this Perma Link
Sources

BBC

 

TED Talks