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“Strategy is about setting yourself apart from the competition. It’s not a matter of being better at what you do – it’s a matter of being different at what you do.

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The world’s first portrait gallery gets a facelift

The world’s first portrait gallery gets a facelift

The doctors, smeared with blood, gaze at you with a naked ambiguity in their eyes. They hover between life and death, hope and doubt, as ghostly and mysterious as X-rays. The Oncologists, a big and challenging painting by Ken Currie, skewers the mind and emotions. It...

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West plans new hi-tech crackdown on Somali pirate gangs

West plans new hi-tech crackdown on Somali pirate gangs

A modern-day treasure map of pirate strongholds in Somalia may hold the key to solving the maritime crisis off the Horn of Africa. Experts using satellite images of the main cities and ports in Somalia's most active pirate havens have traced the money trail from the...

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Portsmouth issued with winding-up petition over unpaid taxes

Portsmouth issued with winding-up petition over unpaid taxes

Portsmouth have been issued with a winding-up petition by HM Revenue and Customs. HMRC sources have confirmed to Press Association Sport that the petition, over an unpaid tax bill of £1.6million, has been sent to the troubled npower Championship club. "Ensuring tax is...

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Andrew Strauss expects tough conditions in Sri Lanka

Andrew Strauss expects tough conditions in Sri Lanka

Andrew Strauss expects Sri Lankan conditions to provide a tough physical test for England. Strauss' side are not quite coming in from the cold having just come back from a lengthy tour of the United Arab Emirates, but the captain has warned that Sri Lanka promises to...

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How Much Do Roofers Helpers Make in 2020

Dumpsters are inefficient as a result of delivery lack of ability to clean up until they are gone. First of all roofing has some of the highest workman's comp insurance Metal Roof Replacements coverage within the workforce at 26%. Second, the taxes an employer pays on...

Japanese clinch £1.35bn Ribena and Lucozade buy from GlaxoSmithKline

Ribena and Lucozade were today sold to the Japanese for £1.3bn — the price of 2.3 billion cartons of the blackcurrant drink. GlaxoSmithKline, Britain’s biggest drugmaker, put the drinks up for sale in February as part of chief executive Sir Andrew Witty’s push on...

‘Microdosing’ LSD is not just a Silicon Valley trend – it is spreading to other workplaces

It may seem like a doomed attempt to mix business and pleasure. But a growing number of young professionals in Silicon Valley insist that taking small doses of psychedelic drugs simply makes them perform better at work – becoming more creative and focused. The...

Things to consider before buying home contents Insurance

We all love buying new things. Things like gadgets, televisions, fridge, washing machine, air conditioner, etc. Most of the activities that we do require the use of some man-made items. Now can you imagine your life without all these goods? Though content insurance is...

Bye, bye England? SNP plans closer Scandinavian ties after independence

An independent Scotland would shift much of its attention away from the UK to become a member of the Scandinavian circle of countries, with its own army, navy and air force modelled on its Nordic neighbours, according to detailed plans being drawn up by the SNP....