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Port Authority spokesman Jim Ritchie declined to comment, saying it was a personnel matter. Sources said Stern's responsibilities would be assigned to other managers. Stern has been employed by Port Authority since 2009, according to her LinkedIn
2 March 2014 0 View comments More than 100 BBC executives are earning six-figure salaries, despite pledges to curb top pay and offer viewers better value for money, New figures have revealed that more than 100 of the corporation's top earners make at
Friday, February 14, 2014 Rare balanced scorecard' training comes to town Comments Dr Kaplan will be in Nairobi to execute a one-day training for CEOs and senior managers from both public and private sectors...In Summary the balanced scorecard, in Mr
In this newly created position, Moran will serve as a member of the Senior Management Team providing leadership in the area of marketing and communications strategy, implementation and management. "We are very excited that Stephanie will join our
Lloyds bank group pledges to employ more women Lloyds Banking Group says it will ensure that 40% of its 5,000 senior workforce is made up of women within the next six years, up from 28% now. The bank, one-third owned by the taxpayer, says it plans a
Presenting her maiden monetary policy statement last week, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) acting governor, Charity Dhliwayo said amendments to the Banking Act [Chapter 24:20] have been proposed with a view to strengthening the regulatory environment.
Express archive Summary An official mail announces change in late-stay policy, early closure of recreational facilities & changes in drop timings...In an unusual development, software giant Infosys recently circulated an official mail to all its
I call it constructive subversion.' It lies in our ability to hack' these hierarchical reformist organisations we spend our days in, weaving networks of subversion to undermine the bureaucracy, and prefiguring' radical pockets (creating microcosms of
17 December 2013 5 shares 15 View comments BBC chairman Lord Patten was under fire last night after blocking the release of a secret report on a disastrous 100 million IT project. Auditors are expected to release a devastating report this week on the
The report, posted on the committee's website early Monday , said that cronyism at a dysfunctional BBC led to executives getting larger payoffs than they deserved. The Public Accounts Committee called it a serious breakdown that cast doubt on the BBC'