CA daily briefing: Tuesday 30 March
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
Aisha Ghani CA, Finance Business Partner at Sue Ryder, discusses her return to work, de-bunks stereotypes of sole carers and shares her advice for those who may be in a similar situation.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Biden administration threatens tariffs on UK goods in 'tech tax' row (BBC News)
- Royal Mail shareholders set for bumper payday in 'an astonishing reversal of fortunes' (City AM)
- City of London says bulk of workers will return to the office after pandemic (Reuters)
- ECB Governor warns against sharp policy tilt when crisis passes (Bloomberg)
- Goldman snacks: bank sends hampers to staff amid 'inhumane' working hours (The Guardian)
- Deliveroo slashes target valuation by almost £1bn after investors raise concerns on workers’ rights (The Independent)
- Suez Canal traffic finally moving again after stranded Ever Given ship refloated (Sky News)
- Nike sues over 'Satan Shoes' with human blood (BBC News)
- Boris Johnson joins world leaders calling for treaty for future pandemics (City AM)
- EU fines Moody's for failing to disclose conflicts of interests (Reuters)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Wednesday briefing.