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British Land: Offices can be adapted to individual needs

British Land has launched “Storey”, a new flexible workspace space service which hopes to fill a gap in the London office market. British Land CEO Chris Grigg discusses the news.


Gal Gadot's $300,000 'Wonder Woman' paycheck has nothing to do with the gender wage gap

It seems the wage gap between "Wonder Woman" star Gal Gadot and Superman Henry Cavill has been greatly exaggerated.


When it comes to Asia’s infrastructure gap, governments -- not MDBs -- need to take the first step, experts say

Multilateral development banks can help with Asia’s infrastructure gap, but governments need to make the first move, a panel of experts said.


Amazon buying Whole Foods is a no-brainer slam dunk

A lack of groceries was a huge gap in Amazon's portfolio. The Whole Foods deal solves that.


Cheesecake Factory shares plunge after restaurant chain blames weather for declining sales

Year to date performance for the restaurant company is down nearly 3 percent on declining mall traffic and an increasing generational gap.


Uber reportedly used an algorithm to pay new hires less — reinforcing a gender pay gap

Executives have reportedly become more aggressive in keeping existing shareholdersfrom having their stakes diluted, The Information reports.


Labour business: Tories failing to tackle productivity gap

Ahead of the U.K. election on Thursday, Labour Business Chairman Hamish Sandison comments on productivity levels, improving the labor market and the growth of U.K. business.


Apple bets on services

Michael Robinson,, says Apple's Siri-enabled HomePod fills a gap in the Apple ecosystem.


Famed retailer Mickey Drexler leaving CEO job at J.Crew

Drexler, a former CEO of Gap, is credited with turning around the once-struggling J.Crew brand after he took over in 2003.


Investec: Continued evidence of narrowing gap between two UK parties

Charles Newsome, investment director at Investec, explains why investors should be not too worried by a recent poll that suggests the Conservatives won’t secure a majority in the U.K. election.