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  • Friday news roundup January 18, 2019

    The Australian parliament continues to lack diversity and global CEOs' biggest fear in 2019 is recession. Here's a snapshot of some of the news stories you may have missed this week.
    The Australian parliament continues to lack diversity and global CEOs' biggest fear in 2019 is recession. Here's a snapshot of some of the news stories you may have missed this week.
  • January 17, 2019

    GCHQ sets up all-female cyber-training classes to address gender imbalance

    In an attempt to diversify recruits, all-female classes in cyber-skills are being set up by the UK's Government Communications Headquarters.
    In an attempt to diversify recruits, all-female classes in cyber-skills are being set up by the UK's Government Communications Headquarters.
  • January 15, 2019

    Textile workers in Bangladesh strike over pay

    Police have used severe measures including tear gas and water cannons on over 5,000 striking textile workers.
    Police have used severe measures including tear gas and water cannons on over 5,000 striking textile workers.
  • January 11, 2019

    Friday news roundup January 11, 2019

    Women of color are left out of board diversity push and thousands of federal workers are filing for unemployment amid government shutdown. Here's a snapshot of some of the news stories you may have missed this week.
    Women of color are left out of board diversity push and thousands of federal workers are filing for unemployment amid government shutdown. Here's a snapshot of some of the news stories you may have missed this week.
  • January 10, 2019

    Thousands of jobs at risk at Jaguar Land Rover and Ford

    Up to 5,000 jobs could be lost at Britain’s biggest car maker, JLR, and whilst Ford hasn’t predicted large-scale job losses in the UK, there will be widespread cuts across its European operations.
    Up to 5,000 jobs could be lost at Britain’s biggest car maker, JLR, and whilst Ford hasn’t predicted large-scale job losses in the UK, there will be widespread cuts across its European operations.
  • January 07, 2019

    Age is strongest investor bias against tech start-up founders

    New research finds age to be the strongest bias against company founders in the technology industry.
    New research finds age to be the strongest bias against company founders in the technology industry.
  • December 21, 2018

    Friday news roundup December 21, 2018

    Uber loses its appeal against the ruling on drivers' rights and people in Sudan protest against economic deterioration. Here's a snapshot of some of the news stories you may have missed this week.
    Uber loses its appeal against the ruling on drivers' rights and people in Sudan protest against economic deterioration. Here's a snapshot of some of the news stories you may have missed this week.
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