GDP in the UK grew 0.7 per cent in the second quarter of the year, representing the tenth straight quarter of growth, which has taken the economy back to the of its pre-recession peak at the start of 2008.
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) reached an agreement on Friday to add over 200 products to the list of goods covered by the Information Technology Agreement's (ITA) zero tariff, free-trade measures.
For many the headline of George Osborne's summer Budget was the promise of a £9/hour living wage, part of the government's plans for a “higher wage, lower tax, lower welfare country”. The response from business leaders, however, has been mixed.
With education and family issues rising steadily up the ranks of critical considerations in professional global mobility, it is fitting that our 2014/15 Relocation Personality of the Year is someone who has dedicated her career to understanding and meeting the needs of families in transition.