CA daily briefing: Tuesday 4 May
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
ICAS has launched its new Mental Fitness Pledge. The pledge is part of the long-term strategic commitment we’re making to the wellbeing of our Students, Members and colleagues, to help us learn, grow and advance together.
Today's top stories from around the web
- 'Breathing space' scheme starts for those in problem debt (BBC News)
- Warren Buffett names Greg Abel as Berkshire Hathaway successor (City AM)
- Ericsson to launch subscription service for remote office (Reuters)
- China tensions spill over as Europe moves toward Biden’s side (Bloomberg)
- Amazon had sales income of €44bn in Europe in 2020 but paid no corporation tax (The Guardian)
- Half of world’s population worse off due to the pandemic, survey finds (The Independent)
- New £1bn trade agreement with India could create more than 6,500 jobs (Sky News)
- Hospitality bosses lose court battle over indoor opening (BBC News)
- Uber inks deal with Arrival to build electric car for its drivers (City AM)
- 'Speculative excess': ethereum finds new peak in sizzling crypto market (Reuters)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Wednesday briefing.