CA daily briefing: Monday 12 April
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
The latest episode of the CA Agenda podcast is out now. Craig Brice CA, Chief Information Officer at PwC Canada, joins Indy from Toronto to discuss how the Big Four firm adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic, the lasting effects the pandemic will have on technology and his predictions for key trends in emerging tech.
Today's top stories from around the web
- England Covid lockdown eases: PM warns people to 'behave responsibly' (BBC News)
- Banks begin process to claw back billions from Covid loans (City AM)
- Alibaba shrugs off $2.75 billion antitrust fine, shares rally (Reuters)
- Almost half of UK exporters say sales dropped after Brexit (Bloomberg)
- David Cameron breaks 30-day silence over lobbying for Greensill (The Guardian)
- Confidence among UK finance chiefs hits record high - Deloitte (Reuters)
- UK to hit ‘peak drive-in’ this summer as outdoor cinema bookings boom (The Guardian)
- Post Office could offer sub-postmasters a share in profits (BBC News)
- UK records strongest opening quarter IPO performance in 14 years (City AM)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Tuesday briefing.