Cigarettes are being sold in the UK in standardised green packaging with explicit images from today, under new rules designed to cut the number of smokers. It comes after the world's four largest tobacco firms lost a legal challenge against the Government's new plain packaging rules at the High Court on Thursday. Ben Southwood, Head of Research at the Adam Smith Institute, discussed tobacco legislation and the changes to e-cigarettes.
In line with Local Business Week, a new research study has revealed how organisations can go about improving knowledge based worker productivity. Karen Plum, Director of Research at management consultancy, Advanced Workplace Associates, discussed the results of the study on Share Radio Morning Money.
The annual Queen’s Awards recognise British firms that have excelled in exporting, social or environmental good works, or innovation. Condeco, a workplace management company, has won a Queen's Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category, and the company’s EMEA Managing Director, Debra Ward, discussed their success.
The annual Women in the World Summit is due to meet in New York, in the hope of celebrating female icons and leaders from sectors ranging from artists to activists. But is enough being done? Matt Cox spoke to Fiona Reynolds from Investment firm PRI, who explained the issues facing women in business, and what can be done to remove hurdles facing them.
For three years, Houston PR has been collecting jargon and buzzwords. The company writes to correspondents and editors in the UK and the US once a quarter, asking them to identify the words and phrases that annoy them the most. Hamish Thompson, Managing Director at Houston PR, joined Nigel Cassidy and Louise Cooper to reveal the most annoying jargon.