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Green Fleet Management: Paving the Way Towards Sustainable Operations

As society becomes more environmentally-conscious, having sustainable operations, from the supply chain to fleet management, is critical. Not only is it good for the planet, sustainability also poses economic benefits to a business. … Continue reading “Green Fleet Management: Paving the Way Towards Sustainable Operations”


Mission and Business Approach of Storm International

In any business, especially in the gaming industry, establishing and maintaining core values is crucial. Values like respect for players and partners lay a strong foundation that guides every interaction and decision. A … Continue reading “Mission and Business Approach of Storm International”


Ofcom proposes new measures to protect children online

Social media and other online services operating in the UK have been told they must do more to improve children’s safety when they are online. New measures proposed by Ofcom would require tech … Continue reading “Ofcom proposes new measures to protect children online”


Heineken to reopen closed pubs

Brewing group Heineken is investing £39m to refurbish and reopen pubs in its ‘Star Pubs’ chain. As part of the investment, 62 sites that were closed in recent years will be reopened. By … Continue reading “Heineken to reopen closed pubs”


Trainline’s ticket sales pass £5bn

Trainline has reported over £5bn in ticket sales and strong profit growth for the year. Operating profit for the 12 months to 29 February 2024 doubled to £56m, with adjusted EBITDA up 42% … Continue reading “Trainline’s ticket sales pass £5bn”


Premier Inn owner Whitbread to cut 1,500 jobs

Hotel and restaurant group Whitbread is planning to close some restaurants and expand its hotel business as part of a reorganisation announced on Tuesday. The company — whose brands include Premier Inn, Beefeater … Continue reading “Premier Inn owner Whitbread to cut 1,500 jobs”


Half a million UK firms struggling

The number UK businesses fighting for survival has increased in the past year, according to insolvency firm Begbies Traynor. A total of 554,554 firms — across all major sectors — were classed as … Continue reading “Half a million UK firms struggling”


Closing an Insolvent Company – How to Ensure an Orderly Entrance into Liquidation 

Even if a company is insolvent, as its director, you could think of liquidation as a last resort to avoid at all costs. While closing a company can dishearten directors wanting their company … Continue reading “Closing an Insolvent Company – How to Ensure an Orderly Entrance into Liquidation “


Inchcape exits UK retail arm

Automotive distributor Inchcape has agreed the sale of its UK retail operations for £346m. The business operates dealership franchises for brands including Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota and Volkswagen. It employ … Continue reading “Inchcape exits UK retail arm”


Tesco reports strong growth in annual profit

Supermarket chain Tesco has reported a return to positive volume growth and strong sales and profit for the full year. Pre-tax profit for the 12 months to 24 February 2024 increased to £2.3bn, … Continue reading “Tesco reports strong growth in annual profit”


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