CA daily briefing: Friday 17 July
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Hilde Oesterkloeft here to give you this week's final news update.
The latest from ICAS
How does an ‘outsider’ contribute to thoughtful succession planning for a family business with generations of experience? Nick Scott asks Gordon & MacPhail’s Finance Director Norman Ross CA.
Online learning is being transformed by the challenges of the pandemic. Eray Dilaver of ICAS partner BPP tells Anna Melville-James how it is delivering online CPD – and why, for many, this might become the new normal
Today's top stories from around the web
- British Airways retires entire 747 fleet after travel downturn (BBC News)
- Coronavirus: Boris Johnson to announce £3bn for NHS in second peak preparation (City AM)
- Coronavirus surge, renewed lockdowns fan fresh worries about global fuel demand (Reuters)
- Battery firm chooses Welsh site for Britain's first gigafactory (The Guardian)
- Coronavirus: Unemployment landslide could flatten a generation (Sky News)
- EU leaders meet in push for Covid recovery deal (BBC News)
- Kremlin-backed Cozy Bear hackers target UK coronavirus vaccine secrets (City AM)
- Solid profits at Volvo spur truck industry's recovery hopes (Reuters)
That's all for this week. Check back next week for your Monday briefing.