The FTSE 100 company, currently in talks with Games organisers Locog, is expected to incur a total loss of between £50m and £100m. The two sides have been in talks over a final settlement for the £240m security contract, after G4S failed to ... Business Quarter, 1 month ago
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Lawyers can play a significant part in the success of major sporting events, City lawyers told the Global Law Summit yesterday afternoon. Magic circle firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer was asked to help with London's successful bid in 2003 to ...Law Society Gazette, 6 days ago
A detail of an Olympic rings tattoo on the torso of Nick Drebergen of the Netherlands prior to the first heat of the Men's 100m Backstroke semifinal during Day Ten of the 14th FINA World Championships at the Oriental Sports Center on July 25, 2011 ...Times Live South Africa, 2 weeks ago
With little over a year to go until the circus comes to town, it seems the last thing people think about when the words 'London 2012' are mentioned is the world's foremost sporting competition. With wrangles over ticket allocation, including ...LawCareers.net, 3 weeks ago
Is it possible for UK businesses to profit from the London 2012 Olympics without being official sponsors? Answer As the 2012 Olympics approach, many British businesses are keen to capitialise on this great global event. Coming in the same year ...LawCareers.net, 3 weeks ago Smithsonian Wants to Open Museum in London Time, 1 month ago
Ahead of tonight's launch of his latest project, The Classic Car Show, on Channel 5, former CNBC anchor Ross Westgate tells how he went from life in front of the camera to one behind it I was prepared for my last few minutes on air as a ...Spear's, 3 weeks ago
SHADOW CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER, ED BALLS MP VISITS LONDON'S MAJOR PORT The Port of Tilbury, London's major port, today (2 February 2015) welcomed the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rt Hon Ed Balls MP, and Polly Billington, the Labour ...Noodls, 3 weeks ago
TOKYO - Doping in sport is a public health issue, the head of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said Wednesday, because of the spread of substance abuse from elite athletes to school gyms. An analyst handles samples in a British anti-doping ...Bangkok Post, 1 month ago
Experience What Freedom Feels Like with Why Not People? Why Not People? was born because.... o 77% of young disabled people believe that booking tickets for a live music event puts them at a substantial disadvantage to non-disabled people (MDC ...Individual.com, 1 month ago
The Southern Gas Corridor (SGC), spearheaded by a British Petroleum-led consortium, will bring Azerbaijani Caspian gas direct to Central Europe from 2020, improving the security and diversity of the European Union's energy supply. The UK's ...The Sunday Guardian, 1 month ago
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