[The Independent] - Chief executives gain admiration for lots of things: their strategy, people skills, profit growth. But two aspects guarantee how they linger in the memory: their entrances and exits. It takes a certain type of boss to judge which jobs to accept.
[The Independent] - Another contribution to the canon of criticism over how the Government regards business came my way this week. One chief executive I sat down with took a moment to find the right word. Then he came out with it: ambivalence.
[The Independent] - It's only when you get up close to the Olympics that you appreciate the scale of the operation. And I don't just mean by attending one of the warm-up events which road-tested the water polo stadium on Thursday night. A chat with Sir Keith Mills
[The Independent] - Brewin Dolphin tried to capture something of the 18th century on Tuesday with a dinner to mark its 250th anniversary. Think gull's eggs, pickled walnuts and sloe gin. It was a worthy celebration, but it is hard to disguise that these are trying times
[BBCIndonesia.com] - Namun redaktur surat kabar sore London, Evening Standard, James Ashton mengatakan dalam kolomnya siapapun yang menang, Boris Johnson ataupun Ken Livingstone, perekonomian London akan tetap lebih maju dibandingkan kota-kota lain di Inggris.
[Newark Advertiser] - The first race is the Castle Rock Brewery Area Club Members' Race for the Mark Ashton Memorial Trophy, open to horses that have qualified in the Midlands area. This will be followed by the Intermediate Race, a qualifier for the Connolly's Red Mills
[Todmorden Today] - Additionally, Shirley and Alan Fielder of Ronald Ford Motor Spares, Salford Way, Todmorden, had donated raffle prizes and Martin and Mark Ashton of the village's Top Brink inn were ready with reviving soup and rolls for swimmers - the club gave them