— Will Corry (@slievemore) April 18, 2014
An executive had to get rid of one member of his staff. He couldn't decide between Mary and Jack: both had equal seniority and qualifications. Unable to choose, he finally decided that whoever used the water fountain first would be let go.
Tesco is having a second stab at the US market, announcing plans yesterday to open the first franchise stores of its clothing business F&F @FandFclothing across the pond.
The move comes just seven months after Tesco backed out of its Fresh & Easy venture in the US, booking a £1bn writedown on the move after attempts to take on US retail giants like Walmart failed.
Breaking the chains on high streets: A movement for independent local loyalty cards plans to go nationwide http://t.co/wqkFXiMvJf
— Will Corry (@slievemore) April 15, 2014
In her Oscars® winner’s acceptance speech Cate Blanchett announced that Dame Judi Dench was filming in India. It drew attention to the news that a sequel to ‘The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’ is in production following its great success in 2012 when it took £82m at the box office worldwide.
The sequel, which will feature Richard Gere as a new resident of the hotel, is due to premiere in 2015.
We are happy to announce that we've partnered with the Berlin School to offer a scholarship worth €20,000 towards the school's Executive MBA programme.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) April 14, 2014