The 36-year-old social media boss thus became the world’s third man, joining tech titans Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates. They are the only people globally to hold the status, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Zuckerberg’s net worth is largely derived from his 13 percent stake in Facebook.Read more
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Although a veteran of many car brands I had not realised that my favourite marque was built by an innovative company inspired by a fellow Irishman. Since that momentous day, I have tried every model made including the BMW Seven Series; what a mistake that was.Read more
The scariest words a new boss or manager can say is, ‘There are going to be changes made here.’ Such fatal words cause employees to freak out. Don’t panic; many bosses refuse to embrace change too.Read more
Israel, an artificial state squatting on a country once known as Palestine, an ancient and civilised Christian nation before the Jewish occupation, is not used to put-downs. Perhaps it had better get used to rejection and slaps because Russian President Vladimir Putin has just left welts on Israel’s face.Read more
The peoples of many American cities and towns may soon confront the new reality, starve or flee. As municipal councils defund their city department’s law and order agencies, cities will descend into the gang and vigilante chaos.Read more
Britain is on the cusp of a crisis worse than anything we’ve ever seen before in this country with thousands of people in rent arrears amid the lockdown, according to grass-roots tenancy organisations.Read more
To run a viable business one needs to be flexible enough to see change as a challenge and to rise to the occasion. Complacency is a killer: The ‘old normal’ is now the mark of the Cross painted on the door of any business. Don’t try rewind to pre-COVID as it won’t work. Move on.Read more
Admittedly, Belarus otherwise known as White Russia is for many difficult to place. A central European nation of some clout, the country is home to 9.5 million people. So, as population big as Sweden and when it comes to Coronavirus just as sensible.Read more
A BUSINESSMAN mounting a legal challenge against the Government’s COVID-19 lockdown has launched an attack on the stringent measures. He claims, with much justification that the ‘draconian’ restrictions have ‘sentenced the UK death’.
The legality of the coronavirus lockdown regulations in England is being challenged by a businessman who wants an urgent judicial review.
What used to be called mainstream media in Britain is set to lose £900 million ($1,120 million) due to lost advertising income. This translates into the loss of hundreds of newspapers and periodicals and thousands of jobs.Read more