Day: July 30, 2021

Quayle joins Newsweek as stay reporter

Ewan Quayle

Newsweek has employed Ewan Quayle as a stay reporter, masking the U.S. and worldwide present affairs. He joins from LBC, the place he was a digital journalist working in a contract capability.

He was additionally a reporter at Lancashire Telegraph and has freelanced for World. He was additionally a reporter at Salford Now and was a reporter and newsreader after which head of stories at Shock Radio.

He was additionally a columnist at The Columnist UK.

Quayle has a B.A. in broadcast journalism from the College of Salford.

Quayle joins Newsweek as live reporter

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Workplace Staff Amongst These Most More likely to Favor Sensible Lockers to Get Packages Securely

In accordance with a brand new examine from Pitney Bowes, workplace staff are the most certainly to favor good lockers to get packages securely. Millennials and concrete dwellers are additionally a part of this group that sees the advantage of utilizing good lockers.

Workplace Staff and Sensible Lockers

As employers and workers search for methods to optimize the office the work/enterprise atmosphere is altering. And one of many methods this transformation is going down is by having good lockers within the office.

Within the Pitney Bowes examine, one in 5 of the respondents want to obtain packages within the office than at residence. The quantity goes as much as one in three for millennials. Greater than half or 54% say they are going to use good lockers for or in-office bundle or gear pick-up. And 67% will achieve this to select up costly orders.

The enterprise use doesn’t cease for

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‘Suppose earlier than you tweet’ CEOs instructed after Simply Eat spat with Uber

Chief executives are being warned to “suppose twice earlier than they tweet” after the boss of takeaway firm Simply Eat Takeaway was instructed his Twitter spat with Uber threatened to undermine the agency’s status.

Jitse Groen this week grew to become the most recent in a rising listing of chief executives to be rebuked by clients, buyers and even regulators over ill-judged tweets.

Cat Rock Capital Administration, an activist investor which has a 4.7% stake in Simply Eat, highlighted Groen’s Twitter battle with Uber boss Dara Khosrowshahi for example of outbursts that broken the model. The investor mentioned Groen’s tweets had partly led to the agency being “deeply undervalued and weak to takeover bids at far beneath its intrinsic worth”.

Earlier this 12 months Groen had a rant at monetary analysts on Twitter, claiming that “some can’t even do primary maths”. He tweeted that he was “amazed how unhealthy these

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