With the New Year well underway, many workers’ thoughts will be turning to holidays. For one lucky company, however, employees won’t have to think about budgeting.
Be the first to comment | February 2016
Everyone knows buying organic can be expensive, but one European businessman had to dig especially deep recently when purchasing a photograph of an organic spud.
Be the first to comment | January 2016
Unclaimed lost and seized goods collected by the police could contain valuable treasures. But as one man’s experience demonstrates, sometimes all is not quite as it seems.
New “snooze proof” invention forces you out of bed.
As returned profits cause headaches for large retailers, how many treasurers will be considering hedging ‘hedge spending’ next year?
Should marketing executives at financial messaging providers SWIFT attempt to dream up a catchy moniker for this year’s Christmas party, they might be advised to steer clear of the following neologism.
Be the first to comment | December 2015
Most recruiters would require candidates to be open minded and stress tolerant – but given the current circumstances, FIFA’s criteria in the organisation’s latest job offering might be putting it lightly.
A recent technical glitch at a Hawaiian bank meant that, for a brief 20 minute period, some retail customers were led to believe they had bigger debts than the UK government.
How would you like to fly for free, first class, for the rest of your life? With a simple credit card trick you can do just that. There’s just one small catch.
Be the first to comment | November 2015
Have you ever wondered how much of your inbox is clogged up with correspondences from colleagues based in the same office? One Italian company had enough with the sheer amount of in-house emails being sent and trialled an idea that could be worth subscribing to.
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