CA daily briefing: Monday 9 March 2020
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Andrew Harbison your first morning brief for the week.
The latest from ICAS
BBC journalist Carrie Gracie made headlines herself after resigning from her post in 2018, citing a secretive and discriminatory culture of unequal pay along gender lines. Read her story – and her advice for business leaders…
The narrative around sustainability ensures it will be one of the key targets for 2020, and for many years to come. In his latest article for CA Magazine, Ali Catterall explains why leaders from all sectors need to make it their business.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Global shares plunge after oil prices crash (BBC News)
- Tesco sells Thai and Malaysian businesses for £8.2bn (City AM)
- UK watchdog reviews competition and pricing in market data (Reuters)
- Fallen star fund manager Woodford courts investors in comeback bid (Sky News)
- UK supermarkets ration essentials to prevent stockpiling (The Guardian)
- London economy’s post-election bounce continues (City AM)
- British Steel: Takeover set to be completed (BBC News)
- Carbon emissions fall as electricity producers move away from coal (The Guardian)
- Gender pay gap: 'Naming and shaming isn't working' (BBC News)
That's all for today, check back tomorrow for your Tuesday briefing.