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JLR is one of many UK car manufacturers heading into troubled waters.

"This shutdown is a short term measure, but the company has already laid off 1,000 jobs across the Midlands this year and more cuts will follow if things don't get better with Brexit and China.

"That will be the biggest worry hanging over the workers and unions during the next fortnight.

Sodexo Engage, specialists in employee and consumer engagement, has announced the appointment of Burcin Ressamoglu as Chief Executive Officer. 

Infrastructure Ontario and Metrolinx have named Crosslinx Transit Solutions (CTS)—a consortium of equal share partners ACS Infrastructure Canada, Aecon, EllisDon, and SNC-Lavalin—the preferred proponent to design, build, finance, and maintain the Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit (LRT) project using the alternative financing and procurement (AFP) model.

In an industry as rigorously competitive as the gold production, Anaconda Mining Inc is a company of exploration that fundamentally strives for stability. The junior gold production company focuses its mergers and acquisitions target searches primarily on Canada and the United States, with a particular focus on Atlantic Canada.

‘Indirect’ learning in mature markets is crucial to developing-country firms’ growth, says research co-authored at Cambridge's Judge Business School

Proposed merger a big gamble for Li Ka-Shing, according to Mark Skilton, Professor of Practice at Warwick Business School

The 2015 Smelter Summit to be held in Jakarta from February 3-4 will be addressed by Michael Kiernan, President of Gulf Minerals

An agreement has been signed by Nottingham Trent University and Mace, the international consultancy and construction company, to explore ways of working together

Zambia's government is facing increasing pressure to reduce the royalty increase introduced this year.

The UK's top 100 business entrepreneurs of 2014 have been revealed. Based on recent research, the list includes business leaders from the world of fashion, retail, IT, property, aviation, construction and more

With the Ebola crisis showing no signs of slowing down in Sierra Leone a conference in London will look at the consequences for companies operating in Africa

In a symbolic ground-breaking ceremony, ThyssenKrupp laid the foundation stone for its elevator test tower on the afternoon of December 16

On December 9, Scottish start-ups were given a huge financial boost when the ScotEdge fund awarded £852,000 in loans and grants to 26 exceptional businesses

Financial services businesses of all sizes are the most likely to recognise the importance of achieving digital maturity in relation to the financial success of their company, research shows

This year's Strategic Infrastructure Top 100 report by GC/LA identifies projects worth a total of $406 billion in the top five sectors in the top five regions of the world

The WACO System has expanded its Latin America presence with a new Mexico member

Crazy health and safety stories still make headlines, with new horror stories emerging that prove workplaces remain dangerous and some bosses still don't understand safety law, says H&S consultant

Strategic improvements to Canada's mining governance policy are welcome, but more is needed according to EWB

Guy Fawkes had a lot to answer for - four centuries on he is fuelling an environmental bonfire and costing millions of supply chain pounds

Canadian carrier captures CSR award

Tata Steel takes advantage of FRUTIGER's system to recycle water at Port Talbot

Chantier Davie Canada Inc. announced on October 31 the signing of two new contracts, one with CSL Group and the other with the Canadian Coast Guard.

The winning projects were announced during a ceremony at the 6th North American Strategic Infrastructure Leadership Forum in Washington DC