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Christine Goerke Steps Down As Associate Artistic Director Of Detroit Opera

Christine Goerke is stepping down from her position as Associate Artistic Director at the Detroit Opera. The soprano took to social media and said, “As I take my final bow as Associate Artistic Director, my heart is overflowing with gratitude. There have been so many beautiful moments- bringing in my dear friend, the late Sir […]

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Unlock the power of employer branding to build a workplace identity that attracts talent and drives success

A competitive job market means that attracting and retaining top talent is now a paramount challenge for companies across industries. UK businesses are reporting difficulty in finding the skilled talent they need, with cross-sector shortfalls reaching an 18-year high in 2024 of 80%. It’s one of the reasons why employer branding has become so critical for

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Choosing a Luxury Personalised Gift to Commemorate Graduation

Image courtesy of Unsplash “The purpose of a graduation gift is to celebrate an achievement and mark a moment.” So said Genevieve Dreizen, co-founder and Creative Director at America’s Fresh Starts Registry. As such, graduation gifts are likely to be treasured and remembered far longer than other gifts for routine celebrations like birthdays. Adding a

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Apple Scraps Pay Later Loan Scheme in Shift to Third-Party Lenders

Apple is ending its in-house “buy now, pay later” scheme in the US, a service it launched just last year. The tech giant will now offer customers payment plans through third-party credit and debit card lenders. Existing borrowers can still manage their payments using Apple’s Wallet app. The decision marks a significant shift for Apple,

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Chinese House Prices Plunge at Fastest Rate in a Decade

Chinese property prices fell at their fastest rate in a decade last month, intensifying concerns about the stability of the world’s second-largest economy. According to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), new home prices dropped by 0.7% month-on-month in May, marking the most significant monthly slump since October 2014. This decline represents the 11th consecutive

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Labour Risks Higher Mortgage Bills and Worse Unemployment, Warns HSBC

Labour’s proposal to introduce a “genuine living wage” could lead to higher unemployment and increased mortgage costs, economists at HSBC have warned. Sir Keir Starmer’s party has pledged to bring in a ‘New Deal for Working People’ within its first 100 days if elected, which includes replacing the minimum wage with a living wage reflecting

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