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Swiss Re Insurance staff have reason to fly for work
... to fly anywhere for work next year, we will need To tackle climate change, the company has decided that in 2022 its greenhouse gas emissions from air travel should be half what they want to do its bit to tackle climate Change, the firm has told the BBC News If any of the 14,000 employees of the Swiss Re insurance group want to fly somewhere for work this year, they will need to have a good reason. In order to do its bit to tackle climate change, the company has decided that in 2022 its greenhouse ...
Updated: 06/08/2022
Fraser takes over Missguided as standalone brand
... years. She received a reply that said her order had not been sent by next day delivery because of an IT issue. By then, the news of Missguided 's collapse had broken with the i newspaper reporting that the warehouse had been shut since Thursday - two ... ... said it's on the way, but they also said it's a lie if the warehouse has been shut since last week. Prof Williams told the BBC that the culture of being able to buy second hand is a change in how people think about fashion. The brand had also faced ...
Updated: 06/03/2022
Terraform Labs laundered $4.8 million through South Korean shell company
Terraform Labs, the company behind TerraLUuan, has reportedly laundered $4.8 million through a South Korean shell company.682 million through an South Korean document at Terraform Labs told the BBC. Terraform Labs , the company behind Terra LUNA USD, has reportedly laundered $4.8 million through a South Korean shell company. What Happened: According to a report from South Korean publication KBS News, a former developer at Terraform Labs told the publication that Terraform Labs had ties to a consulting firm K based in Seoul. The employee said that Company K was operated by Terra under a borrowed name. The office staff reported that their workspace ...
Updated: 06/02/2022
91 Squarefeet, a start-up helping brands build and maintain retail stores
... buying a new house or moving to a new place is a beginning of sorts. One of the things it sets in motion is the search for people with different skillsets - designer, carpenter, painter, plumber and electrician, among others -ets -maker, working on the BBC News' For various reasons, buying a new house or moving to a new place is a beginning of sorts. One of the things it sets in motion is the search for people with different skillsets - designer, carpenter, painter, plumber and electrician, among others ...
Updated: 06/02/2022
People with depression, anxiety are more likely to be diagnosed with long COVID
... that two million people have had long COVID symptoms, according to the Guardian. More than 376,000 of those people reported a COVID 19 infection at least a year ago, while more than 376,000 said their infection occurred at least two years ago. Other news on COVID 19: The BBC reported last night that Shanghai's COVID 19 restrictions were loosened at midnight, allowing people to move around the city. Residents who use public transportation or want to go to banks or malls have to show a negative PCR test, and people who ...
Updated: 06/01/2022
Russia threatens to kick out American journalist if YouTube takes down another press briefing
... easy to find elsewhere. Wojcicki provided a different reason for the presence of the company in Russia : to deliver independent news into Russia. In early April, Zakharova said that her March 17 briefing had been blocked by YouTube , calling the move another ... ... down another briefing. If the Foreign Ministry 's channel on YouTube is turned off, someone from CNN will go home. And the BBC , too, said Zakharova on Telegram. More than 70,000 videos and 9,000 channels were taken down last week due to the war in ...
Updated: 05/27/2022
George Eustice says Downing Street boundary blurring between work-socialising
... day, a blurring into what was clearly in some cases, a hint of how Johnson is likely to explain himself. Eustice told Sky News that Johnson absolutely recognises that there were failings. He apologised for that and apologised for his role in that.... ... photos in her report in order to illustrate what happened at some of the events she investigated. Whitehall insiders told the BBC 's Panorama on Tuesday that Johnson appeared to condone the regular drinks events that happened inside No 10, often briefly ...
Updated: 05/25/2022
Huge trove of Chinese police files published as UN rights chief
... Beijing's treatment of its Uyghur minority in Xinjiang has been published as the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. Michelle Bachelet visits cities in the region. The Xinjiang police files were published by a consortium of media including the BBC dates back to 2018 and passed on by hackers to Dr Adrian Zenz , a US-based scholar and activist who shared it with international media earlier this year. It includes thousands of photographs of detained people and details a shoot-to-kill policy for ...
Updated: 05/24/2022
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