PIERS MORGAN: What next for the corporate woke warriors at United Airlines – blind pilots? 

What’s the first thing you think of when you get on a plane? Safety, right? I mean, there are lots of other things you might think of as you take your seat – the leg room, the food menu, whether the WiFi works, how unspeakably annoying the stranger sitting next to you might turn out … Read more

Roxy Jacenko ditches her ‘COVID gym attire’ for a $529 corporate number

‘So good to be in work clothes’: Roxy Jacenko ditches her ‘COVID gym attire’ for a $529 corporate ensemble By Louise Starkey For Daily Mail Australia Published: 02:13 GMT, 21 January 2021 | Updated: 02:13 GMT, 21 January 2021 Roxy Jacenko regularly runs day-to-day errands in activewear. But the PR powerhouse mixed up her wardrobe … Read more

China races to set up Corporate Social Credit System through sweeping data-collection scheme

China is pushing for its social credit system with a sweeping data-collection scheme to monitor and solidify control over companies, a study has said. The Corporate Social Credit System (CSCS) would punish and reward companies by putting them on ‘blacklists’ and ‘redlists’ after compiling information and analysing their behaviour, according to a Beijing-based consulting firm. … Read more

Corporate landlords muscle into rental market: What will it mean for the market and tenants?

For many years the Government has indicated it would like to see the UK’s private rented sector ‘professionalised’.  That meant more, large scale landlords funded by pension scheme money and companies with a long-term view providing consistent service to tenants, and fewer private landlords with just one or two properties in their ownership.   The reduction … Read more

Coronavirus scythes through corporate Britain

Three of Britain’s biggest firms reveal devastating toll coronavirus pandemic has had on business  Profits at HSBC dive 36 per cent  BP rocked by oil price collapse  Whitbread racks up £725m loss By Lucy White, Francesca Washtell And Tom Witherow For The Daily Mail Published: 23:27 GMT, 27 October 2020 | Updated: 23:27 GMT, 27 … Read more

Mother who quit corporate job to pursue art selected by Saatchi Gallery to exhibit at START art fair

A mother-of-three reveals how she quit the corporate world to pursue a career in art.  Naomi Wallens, 44, ‘followed a “successful” path’ and worked as a product manager and category manager for toys companies when she left university before starting her own company inventing toys for girls. However, she soon realised that the corporate world … Read more

Unboxing the iMask: YouTuber shows off Apple’s custom face mask for corporate and retail employees

Unboxing the iMask: YouTuber shows off Apple’s custom face covering for corporate and retail employees that was designed by iPhone engineers Apple is providing staff with custom masks  made by iPhone engineers A YouTuber unboxed the product for a video on his channel recently The white mask comes in a range of sizes and can … Read more

BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty in hot water over paid corporate PR video for Aston Martin

BBC’s Naga Munchetty sparks fresh impartiality row after moonlighting on corporate video for Aston Martin on side of her ‘£195,000’ presenting role Munchetty, 45, faces a ‘conflict of interest’ and puts the BBC’s impartiality at risk The video plays up how Aston Martin is ‘assisting employees’ amid coronavirus But the carmaker is cutting 500 jobs … Read more

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Corporate Britain blind to debt

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Coronavirus has exposed Britain’s blindness to the dangers of debt – this time, it is not the banks that are the prime risk, but their corporate customers By Ruth Sunderland for the Daily Mail Published: 21:51 BST, 26 July 2020 | Updated: 21:55 BST, 26 July 2020 The pandemic has ruthlessly exposed many … Read more

Premier League clubs facing losses of up to £177m in season ticket and corporate hospitality sales

Premier League clubs are facing combined losses of up to £177million in season ticket and corporate hospitality sales due to the coronavirus crisis.  Analysis undertaken by Sportsmail reveals that the 20 top-flight clubs were projecting income of around £708m from match-day revenue this season, with almost a quarter of that set to be lost as a … Read more