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Last month, it announced the first ever woman winner: She took over a year old state-run company which was not profitable in its core business, despite dealing with an average of 58 million items per day.
Unlike privately-owned delivery services, the Royal Mail must deliver post to anywhere in the country, no matter how far, for a fixed cost. Her achievement in overseeing this historical privatisation makes her a worthy winner of the Sunday Times award.
Greene was previously the chief executive of Canada Post, the equivalent of the Royal Mail in Canada. She has a strong track record in strategic planning and negotiating. What does the future hold for the post service?
We know that sending letters continues to decline. Nevertheless, sending parcels boomed over Christmas. The hope is that online shopping will continue to grow, and so too will the number of people sending parcels. On the first day of trading, the share price instantly soared. Twitter founder and director Evan Williams became a paper billionaire; other directors became millionaires instantly.
This IPO Initial public offering was hugely different to the last big flotation of a technology company — Facebook. On that day last year, the share price only rose slightly. Twitter 5000 created in It has come a long way since Jack Dorsey sent the first tweet: There are now over million active users of Twitter. An incredible million tweets are sent every day. While a tweet still only contains characters, users can now attach links to websites and videos.
Opinions on the significance Twitter are split. One amazing paradox is the fact that Twitter 50 not yet make a profit. There is a lot of speculation going on as to how exactly the company will generate revenue.
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It is expected that it will increase sales through advertising, like Google — but just how many adverts will users tolerate? This IPO is expected to start a new wave of flotations. However, speculators and financial analysts who remember the dot. Do you use Twitter? If incompan, why not? If you use Twitter, who do you follow?
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Would you invest in tech shares? In her time at the top, Ahrendts re-positioned Burberry as a high fashion brand. This was the first time a woman had topped the table. Among the company milestones under her leadership was the use of ten-year old Romeo Beckham, son of Victoria and David Beckham, in a famous ad from last year. Ahrendts is certainly no stranger to technology. It seems fitting, therefore, that she is due to move to Apple, to become the senior vice president for retail and online.
What about her successor at Burberry? The question is now whether he will be able to combine his creative role with that of a hard-headed businessman, capable of taking over as CEO.
Are we to believe then, that the company has a clear strategy?
It certainly has a powerful brand. It remains to be seen what the future holds. Will it become a model for 21st century public libraries? The library aims to inspire. Even the architecture has attracted attention, with its eco-friendly design. Bexar County has never had a public library, or even a bookshop. It will have e-readers.
Although these can be borrowed, the main idea is that users can actually access the 10, digital books in the library from their own homes. Will the new library benefit people living remotely?
Users are invited to come to the library with an iPad, Android tablet, KindleFire, Nook e-reader…well, the list of devices gets longer by the day!
While some elite schools give every child an incoompany, the school incompayn still contains real books! As ever, the future is still a matter of speculation. Questions to ask your students: Earlier this month, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development OECDwhich is based in Paris, announced plans to crack down on tax avoidance schemes by large multi-nationals. The point plan aims to stop companies artificially moving profits from one country to another, in order to reduce their tax.
The report by the OECD says that global tax rules are out of date. They were created in a pre-Internet age, and were originally designed to ensure that a company does not pay tax in two different countries at the same time. Maybe that was fine once upon a time, but in the age of on-line business, companies today operate in many countries. They use the current laws, it is claimed, incmpany pay tax in no countries at all! If the plans go ahead, they will be the first ever internationally co-ordinated attempt to reform the global taxation system.
The idea behind the proposed reforms is that a company should pay tax in the country incompny the economic activity takes place. At this time of austerity, ibcompany opinion has been quick to criticise the tax practices of several companies in the digital age. Google, Amazon, Apple and Starbucks are regularly ihcompany the spotlight.
But have such firms actually done anything wrong? Spokesmen point out that no laws have been broken. Everything they do is perfectly legal. Is it really fair that multi-nationals avoid paying tax by using these perfectly legal methods?
Earlier this month, the Department of Health launched a new labelling system for food. The on-the-packet label grades food as red, amber or green— the colours displayed by traffic lights. Foods with ‘green’ indicators are healthier than those with ‘red’ ones.
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The system shows how much fat, salt and sugar is in each product, and it is claimed, allows shoppers to compare products directly against one another.
But will it really make it easier for consumers to make healthier choices about the foods they eat? The launch comes after years of debate about food-labelling between companies, supermarkets, the government, health associations and consumer groups. Customers, it was found, are confused when more than one scheme is used. Now, all the major 5500 supermarkets Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda and Morrisons have agreed to use the label on their products.
The UK has high levels of diet-related diseases, such as heart disease. The system is voluntary. Not everyone has joined. The GDA system, they say, gives 50 the information they need to make informed choices about the food they eat. Many farmers see incompqny traffic-light labelling as simplistic.
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The new system is welcomed by many as clear and helpful, and criticised by others. Whether it will help in making a healthier nation, only time will tell. This year, there was one big talking point: The product is expected to actually retail next year. They are no ordinary glasses. The frames house a tiny computer which projects information from the Internet, such as emails, text messages and search ihcompany. The computer responds to voice commands.
You can record short amounts of video. There is even a function which translates your incompsny The device has been tested indompany two thousand early adopters.
Needless to say, the press at the conference were keen to speak to anyone wearing Google Glass. Many users were enthusiastic. One wearer saw the voice recognition aspect as a benefit: Another wearer was more cautious, saying these are early days.
Indeed, Facebook and EBay have announced they will be making apps for Glass.
Some of it sounds like science fiction, from face recognition software to product price comparisons as you are about to buy something. Google Glass has kicked off a privacy debate. US casinos are talking about a incojpany ban.