March 2005
Lawyer;3/14/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p17
Trade Publication
This article reports on various recent news briefs related to business sector. It presents information about a seminar, conducted by recruitment business Veredus at Saint Stephen's Club in Westminster, England, in he first week of March 2005. Getting women on board was the subject and the change in culture was one of the themes of this seminar. Alan Sugar, noted entrepreneur and former chairman of Tottenham Hotspur PLC, reportedly, is starring in television network BBC 2's "The Apprentice" show, offering the prize of a £100,000 job in his company to 14 entrepreneurs. The article presents information about the book "Guide to Getting Married," offered by the company, Collyer-Bristow. It is further reported that the company, Lester Aldridge, was last week trumpeting its 75th placing in The Sunday Times' "Britain's 100 Best Companies to Work For." The company, Tulkinghorn, has already been placed in the list.


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