CA daily briefing: Thursday 11 June
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Hilde Oesterkloeft here to give you the latest news and updates.
The latest from ICAS
New ICAS President, Catherine Burnet CA, talks to Lysanne Currie about her career, diversity, trust and her hope that the current crisis may be a spur to overhaul the way we do business.
For many companies, NEDs are a vital component in the boardroom, drawing on their hard-earned experience to offer independent advice and sage governance. CA magazine looks at how to become a non-exec.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Firms can't cope with no deal and virus - CBI boss (BBC News)
- Ocado to raise £1 billion to match demand from COVID-19 crisis (City AM)
- Heathrow starts voluntary redundancy scheme, can't rule out more job losses (Reuters)
- US economy will shrink 6.5% this year, Fed forecasts (The Guardian)
- Unilever to unify Anglo-Dutch structure under UK listing (City AM)
- UK's TalkTalk posts 9.7% growth in core earnings, maintains dividend (Reuters)
- Just Eat Takeaway to buy Grubhub in £5.75bn deal (BBC News)
- COVID-19: self employed grant claimants warned of tax hit (Accountancy Daily)
- Thousands of pubs cannot reopen next month without government help to pay rent, ministers warned (The Independent)
- Broadband infrastructure provider CityFibre to create 10,000 new jobs (Sky News)
That's all for now. Check back tomorrow for your Friday briefing.