Meat industry warns production could be hit by CO2 shortage

Britain’s meat industry is warning of a shortage of carbon dioxide gas without which the food manufacturing process could grind to a halt. Representatives of the industry have been in emergency talks with the government over the crisis which is a knock-on effect of the Europe-wide surge in natural gas prices. CO2 is used to… Continue reading Meat industry warns production could be hit by CO2 shortage

Heroic pup stays by missing elderly gran’s side for almost two days – saving her life

Emma Raducanu reacts after reaching US Open final We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Four-year-old Baekgu, who lives in the Hongseong… Continue reading Heroic pup stays by missing elderly gran’s side for almost two days – saving her life

Brexit reality: Eurozone construction industry plummets as UK retains power outside bloc

Brexit grace period extension discussed by Leo Varadkar We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info The UK’s construction sector has grown healthily… Continue reading Brexit reality: Eurozone construction industry plummets as UK retains power outside bloc

Why Kiwi film industry is vital to our economy and culture

New Film Commission chief executive David Strong talks to Jane Phare about his baptism by fire in his first few weeks on the job, and why the multimillion-dollar film industry is important to the New Zealand economy. David Strong doesn’t see anything unusual in the fact that someone with a 22-year military background in peacekeeping… Continue reading Why Kiwi film industry is vital to our economy and culture

Brexit Britain to launch rockets from UK soil from first time – Mega £4bn space boost

Spaceport Cornwall: Newquay set to be hub of UK space travel We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Ministers have passed new… Continue reading Brexit Britain to launch rockets from UK soil from first time – Mega £4bn space boost

DeFi industry draws in commercial banks? Siam bets with $110M fund

While serious institutional interest in crypto is perhaps becoming more of an established trend than an emerging narrative, the focus of big-money players is usually on Bitcoin (BTC). However, assets like Ether (ETH) and decentralized finance (DeFi) are beginning to pique the attention of major investors. For Siam Commercial Bank (SCB), DeFi is a major… Continue reading DeFi industry draws in commercial banks? Siam bets with $110M fund

Top 5 Mistakes of Employers when Interacting with Remote Workers

As the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry is almost entirely digital, it offers vast potential for remote labour. About 61% of employees prefer being fully remote, and 74% of professionals want remote work to become standard, according to Forbes. Distributed ledger tech (DLT) can transform government, healthcare and life sciences, retail and consumer goods, financial and… Continue reading Top 5 Mistakes of Employers when Interacting with Remote Workers

Law & disorder: Industry grapples with Russell McVeagh lawyer misconduct five years on

Sporting mustard-coloured shoes, a tailored coat and a composed attitude, James Gardner-Hopkins entered the five-day Lawyers & Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal hearing in May. It wasn’t a criminal case, but as one of the country’s top environmental barristers, and with his career and reputation on the line, the stakes were high. It had been five-and-a-half years… Continue reading Law & disorder: Industry grapples with Russell McVeagh lawyer misconduct five years on

Law & disorder: Industry grapples with Russell McVeagh lawyer misconduct five years on

Sporting mustard-coloured shoes, a tailored coat and a composed attitude, James Gardner-Hopkins entered the five-day Lawyers & Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal hearing in May. It wasn’t a criminal case, but as one of the country’s top environmental barristers, and with his career and reputation on the line, the stakes were high. It had been five-and-a-half years… Continue reading Law & disorder: Industry grapples with Russell McVeagh lawyer misconduct five years on

Will the bitcoin bubble burst?

Bitcoin 'not seen as a currency for transactions' says expert When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at… Continue reading Will the bitcoin bubble burst?

UK electric car industry needs more battery factories, says SMMT

Auto industry body says policy could create 40,000 new, well-paid and high-skilled jobs Last modified on Tue 29 Jun 2021 04.53 EDT A series of “gigafactories’” producing electric car batteries must be built in the UK to secure the future of the country’s automotive industry, according to a new report by the sector’s trade body.… Continue reading UK electric car industry needs more battery factories, says SMMT

IBBI 'inadvertently' puts out Aadhaar, PAN info of creditors on website; removes them later

It could not be immediately ascertained as to such details of how many creditors were put out The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) "inadvertently" put out on its website Aadhaar and PAN details of creditors, including workmen, of some companies undergoing resolution process, and the issues are expected to be sorted out in… Continue reading IBBI 'inadvertently' puts out Aadhaar, PAN info of creditors on website; removes them later

Damien Venuto: Ad industry lags behind the rest of corporate New Zealand

OPINION: For an industry that loves to trumpet progressive ideas, the advertising business has been notoriously slow at making internal changes that reflect the concepts they’re selling to the public. The appointment of a pair of women in leadership roles at two of New Zealand’s biggest creative agencies marked an important milestone, but the industry… Continue reading Damien Venuto: Ad industry lags behind the rest of corporate New Zealand

Passengers and travel industry furious after changes to travel green list

People hoping for an overseas trip this summer – and those hoping to sell them that break – are furious after the UK government announced changes to the list of approved destinations. Portugal, which had been the only viable popular destination on the green list, will be moved to the amber list. This will mean… Continue reading Passengers and travel industry furious after changes to travel green list

Christmas dinner at risk: British meat industry issues desperate alert

Brexit: David McCredie discusses UK trade deal with Australia When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any… Continue reading Christmas dinner at risk: British meat industry issues desperate alert

Crypto industry brass explains harnessing renewable energy could help BTC miners

The energy consumed by mining — the process that keeps Bitcoin’s blockchain running — has been an increasingly popular topic of discussion in recent weeks. On Friday, CNBC posted an interview with SUKU CEO Yonathan Lapchik, during which he explained the Bitcoin mining scene as it relates to renewable energy. The interviewer noted Lapchik previously… Continue reading Crypto industry brass explains harnessing renewable energy could help BTC miners

Elon Musk hints Tesla may accept Doge as payment – CEO asks followers if they back move

Dogecoin: Expert discusses Elon Musk’s tweets When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time. Mr Musk’s… Continue reading Elon Musk hints Tesla may accept Doge as payment – CEO asks followers if they back move

Long-term care industry facing changes as pandemic pushes more families toward home care

After more than a year battling the deadly coronavirus pandemic, long-term care facilities may be seeing a change in the industry as consumers shift away from nursing homes and assisted living facilities, according to a new study published by an industry research group. Widespread distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine has reduced the spread of the… Continue reading Long-term care industry facing changes as pandemic pushes more families toward home care

This Industry May Be Set to Explode Higher This Summer: 4 Stocks to Buy Now

If you are like most Americans, your patience with the COVID-19 pandemic and all the accompanying restrictions, lockdowns and rules is probably wearing thin. The good news is that many states are reopening, mask mandates are being dropped in some places, people are traveling, and life in many places is returning to normal, albeit a… Continue reading This Industry May Be Set to Explode Higher This Summer: 4 Stocks to Buy Now

Crypto industry got more funding in Q1 2021 than all of last year: Report

Cryptocurrency and blockchain-related companies have already received more funding this year than in all of 2020, according to a new report. In the first quarter of 2021, 129 startups focusing on crypto and blockchain technology have received a total of $2.6 billion in funding, Bloomberg reports, citing data from business analytics firm CB Insights. Over… Continue reading Crypto industry got more funding in Q1 2021 than all of last year: Report

Global banks warn of possible losses from hedge fund default

Credit Suisse didn’t identify the ‘significant’ hedge fund or the other banks affected Swiss bank Credit Suisse said Monday it may have suffered a “highly significant” loss from a default by a U.S.-based hedge fund on margin calls that it and other banks made last week, while Japan’s Nomura said it could face a loss… Continue reading Global banks warn of possible losses from hedge fund default

Brexiteers mock rejoiners after backlash to UK festival – ‘Embarrassed of being British!’

EU ‘can’t stand Brexit’ says commentator When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer.Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights.You can unsubscribe at any time. This week, ten “showstoppers” were… Continue reading Brexiteers mock rejoiners after backlash to UK festival – ‘Embarrassed of being British!’

Brexiteers mock rejoiners after backlash to UK festival – ‘Embarrassed of being British!’

EU ‘can’t stand Brexit’ says commentator When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer.Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights.You can unsubscribe at any time. This week, ten “showstoppers” were… Continue reading Brexiteers mock rejoiners after backlash to UK festival – ‘Embarrassed of being British!’

5 Biggest Flaws of Cryptocurrency Industry in 2020

2020 was quite a controversial year for the cryptocurrency industry. It started with the bearish sentiment, triggering the collapse of the market. However, the second half of the year turned out to be positive for cryptocurrency, as COVID-related lockdown triggered a significant interest in it. Although the year is considered to be generally bullish, the… Continue reading 5 Biggest Flaws of Cryptocurrency Industry in 2020