Loyalty programs are an essential element of an airline operation, particularly one facing a competitor such as  Qantas with a very powerful and profitable rewards business of its own. Moreover, Velocity has been the most profitable, and consistently profitable, part...
May 15 2019Recruitment intentions were strong in the first quarter of the year but nearly 75% of firms reported a shortage of suitable candidates, according to the landmark publication of the Quarterly Recruitment Outlook released today by the British...
While some corners of Trump's business empire have thrived, such as his Washington D.C. hotel, others have suffered from his high unpopularity. Rounds of golf are down at his public course in New York, a clutch of once Trump-branded...
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Mining giant BHP has confirmed it will keep its nickel business in Western Australia as demand grows for nickel sulphide used in electric vehicle batteries. The move, which was confirmed by BHP chief executive Andrew Mackenzie during a speech at...
Business investment in the UK rose 0.5 per cent in the first quarter of the year compared with the previous three months, defying economists’ expectations of a further contraction to end a year of decline. But it remained low...
3. Activity high as safety sought: Volume was quite-elevated on the S&P500, up 17.65 per cent on its 30-day average, while market breadth was abysmal, with around 91 per cent of stocks falling for the session. Credit spreads also...
It says the Fair Work Commission has admitted that Australia’s minimum wage of $18.93 per hour, ($719.20 per week; $37,398 per annum) leaves many people working full-time in poverty. Loading Labor announced in March that it wanted to ensure people received...
The British employment boom is to continue as businesses shrug off Brexit uncertainty and become increasingly confident, according to a report. The quarterly survey of more than 2,000 employers by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) found a...
In an interview, Mr Regan acknowledged the tailwind of rising insurance prices, but questioned whether ultra-low interest rates were enough to keep global growth afloat, and highlighted the need for "real consumption". “Without getting all Milton Friedman, the world has...
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