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Pension buyouts: Capitalising on windows of opportunity
Indeed, it has only attracted �25bn of business (and this figure includes buy-ins), or 2.5% of the total value of DB liabilities sitting alongside the balance sheets of UK plc. Understandably, premiums traditionally required by insurers - about 140% of ...
Why 'doing good' can benefit your career
The benefits of corporate social responsibility (CSR) for businesses are well documented: it can help to improve an organisation's reputation and aid recruitment because potential employees find altruistic organisations attractive.
Public-sector employers struggling to recruit as cuts take hold
... employers are finding it difficult to recruit and retain staff as cuts bite and the sector loses its appeal to candidates, according to research published today by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and recruitment group Hays.
Angela Brady and Deborah Saunt named in top 25 women
Angela Brady and Deborah Saunt have been named as two of the most influential women in property and construction. The Association of Women in Property (WIP) compiled the 25-strong list as part of its 25th anniversary celebrations. Alison Nimmo, chief ...
Sutton man chosen to carry Paralympic torch
A man from Sutton is one of a few chosen to take part in the Paralympic torch relay. Wayne Spiller, 30, who owns Sassis coffee shop in Carshalton found out on May 14 that he would be carrying the torch in August.
Statoil submits highest bid in Gulf of Mexico lease sale
OL) submitted the highest bid on Wednesday in the first federal auction for drilling rights in the Gulf of Mexico's prolific central region since BP Plc's (BP.L) disastrous 2010 oil spill. ... reached $2.6 billion. (Reporting By Kristen Hays; editing ...
UPDATE 1-Statoil submits highest bid in Gulf of Mexico lease sale  Reuters
New Malden schoolchildren will form Olympic athletes' guard of honour
Schoolchildren will form a guard of honour to line the route for Olympic athletes making their way into the stadium for the 2012 Games opening ceremony.
Queen's many milestones marked in Kingston
As communities celebrated the Queen's diamond jubilee with a pageant of street parties, we look back at how the borough marked her accession to the throne and the milestones of her reign.
The 50p washer could have prevented the damage
A 50p overflow washer could have prevented hundreds of pounds of damage to a council-run housing block. Beauclere House, on Brighton Road, which is run by Sutton Housing Partnership (SHP) has had a leaking overflow pipe for over a year.
Glamour model's grief after cricketer's death
A Wimbledon glamour model has spoken of her heartbreak after her boyfriend, a promising England cricketer, was killed on the District Line tube track in Wimbledon Park.