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Articles published by Ross Hindle
Airbus to cut 15,000 jobs
Aviation industry giant and plane manufacturer Airbus has announced that it will look to cut some 15,000 jobs in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
House prices fall for the first time since 2012
UK house prices have seen their first year-on-year fall in eight years with a 0.1 per cent decrease on last June.
Trimite Global Coatings Chairman on identifying opportunity
There's no doubt that now, more than ever, companies need to be on the lookout for promising new business opportunities.
The future of legal finance: Augusta Ventures MD speaks out
In an interview with The Lawyer magazine for their upcoming July/August edition, Augusta Ventures MD Louis Young has discussed the "past, present and future" of third-party funding in the litigation sector.
Restrictions in Leicester could be extended for another two weeks
City mayor Sir Peter Soulsby has announced that pubs, restaurants and other public venues in Leicester may be shut for another two weeks past the national "reopening" date of July 4.
Report calls Gambling Commission "toothless"
A parliamentary report has stated that the Gambling Commission and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport have an "unacceptably weak understanding" of how gambling can harm people.
General and Medical Group: Introducing a unique and complete insurance solution for medical professionals
Launched earlier this month, KeyMed, part of the General & Medical Group, provides medical professionals with a specialist insurance package which combines medical malpractice insurance with CQC-focused service, training and support.
Swissport halving its UK workforce
Following the aviation industry's coronavirus-related difficulties in recent weeks, ground service operator Swissport has announced that it will be looking to cut down its UK workforce by around 50 per cent.
"Prevailing likelihood" that Wirecard missing cash does not exist
The latest development in one of the greatest financial mysteries of our time, the Wirecard scandal, is an announcement that the missing money simply may not exist.
Google Drive has over one billion users
In this week's Leaders Council long read, Ross Hindle discusses Google Drive, Dropbox and just why people are scared of the cloud.
Bank of England set to spend £100 billion to boost economic recovery
Following the £645 billion already spent by the Bank of England in an attempt to resuscitate the British economy, it has announced it will be spending another £100 billion in bonds to further the investment into quantitative easing.
Qantas cancel: no international flights for another four months
Australian national airline Qantas have announced that they will be cancelling all international flights until late October.
HSBC set to axe 35,000 jobs
The UK's biggest bank is set to continue with its plans to cut some 35,000 jobs, announced earlier this year.
Inflation falls to 0.5 per cent
Following a slump in prices and spending across the board, inflation fell to 0.5 per cent in May, down from 1.3 per cent in April.
Some 600,000 jobs lost in lockdown
New research from the ONS suggests that the months of March, April and May saw as many as 600,000 workers cut from UK payrolls.