Video PUBLISHED: 17:49 18 February 2019 | UPDATED: 17:49 18 February 2019 Caroline Culot New Start-Rite CEO Kate Tansley says that you can be a great mum and a great boss too. Pic: Victoria Pertusa, Archant. A former buyer for Harrods and Tesco, Kate Tansley is now spearheading Norwich’s 227-year-old beloved children’s shoe firm as its first-ever female boss. Kate Tansley’s day has just got a whole lot longer as Start-Rite’s first ever female boss.She wakes up at 5.30am and after yoga and a breakfast of smoked salmon or avocado on toast, she says goodbye to her children, Clarice, eight and Max, 13, who are taken to Gresham’s by husband David, who works from home running a project development company.It means Kate can travel the 40 minute journey in her Audi Q5 from their converted forge home in Matlaske, near Holt to her new office base, the Start-Rite HQ on the Broadland Business park in Thorpe, Norwich.MORE: Virtual … [Read more...] about It may be nearly 230 years old but shoe firm Start-Rite has got its first ever female CEO.
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By William Gallagher Friday, December 28, 2018, 04:55 am PT (07:55 am ET) Depending on when in the month you asked, and who you talked to, sales of Apple's flagship iPhone X were appalling or fantastic. Meanwhile, the Apple Watch was saving lives and Amazon's Alexa was getting even creepier. AppleInsider takes a look at Apple's May 2018 in review.People actually paid to have this done to their beautiful iPhone X In a word, May 2018 was about money. Chiefly it concerned Apple revealing just how much cash it had made but it did also begin with the company having to pay out quite a bit too. Specifically and possibly grudgingly, Apple made a first payment of its disputed Irish tax bill. The company is said to owe $15.3 billion and in May Ireland's finance minister Paschal Donohoe announced that the first $1.76 billion had been paid into an escrow account. Even Apple prefers to pay in instalments, then. The reason this is all disputed is not that anyone much disagrees that Apple should … [Read more...] about Analysts blow iPhone X sales guesses, Apple Watch saving lives — Apple’s May 2018 in review
Kyle Swenson, The Washington Post Published 5:24 am PST, Tuesday, December 18, 2018 In 1989, college freshman Mandy Stavik was found dead in a river in northwest Washington state. Northern California cold cases that got major breaks thanks to DNA evidence >>>> In 1989, college freshman Mandy Stavik was found dead in a river in northwest Washington state. Northern California cold cases that got major breaks thanks to DNA evidence >>>> Photo: Screen Shot/Bellingham Herald Photo: Screen Shot/Bellingham Herald Image 1 of / 14 Caption Close Image 1 of 14 In 1989, college freshman Mandy Stavik was found dead in a river in northwest Washington state. Northern California cold cases that got major breaks thanks to DNA evidence >>>> In 1989, … [Read more...] about Co-worker’s Coke can swiped, old murder case cracked
Vitaminwater Sports drink brand Vitaminwater has launched a contest with a $100,000 prize for a person who doesn’t use their smartphone for a year. Vitaminwater will select one person to take on the “scroll-free for a year” challenge after receiving applications until Jan. 8, 2019. Folks can apply via Twitter or Instagram by sharing the contest with the hashtags #nophoneforayear and #contest. Applicants must also include a description of what they would do for the year without phone access.Vitaminwater will pick the best application post based on several criteria — it’s not a random decision, so be sure to read what it’s looking for in the official rules if you intend to apply. You can see the types of posts people are already creating on Twitter here. we tried to get Brandon to make this deal, but he is too busy – will you turn off your phone for a year instead? #NoPhoneForAYear #contest https://t.co/RVTF0gytnv … [Read more...] about Could you give up your phone for a year for $100k? This competition might be for you
FILE - This November 1978 file photo shows the bodies of Peoples Temple mass suicide victims led by Jim Jones in Jonestown, Guyana. Dozens of Peoples Temple members in Guyana survived the mass suicides and murders of more than 900 because they had slipped out of Jonestown or happened to be away Nov. 18, 1978. Those raised in the temple or who joined as teens lost the only life they knew. They have journeyed over the past 40 years through grief over lost loved ones, feeling like pariahs, building new lives and, finally, acknowledging that many had a role in enabling the Rev. Jim Jones to seize control over his followers. (AP Photo/File) FILE - In this Nov. 20, 1978 file photo, a vat that contained a drink laced with deadly cyanide sits on a sidewalk at Peoples Temple in Jonestown, Guyana. The bodies of followers that drank the poison are strewn around the commune. Dozens of Peoples Temple members in Guyana survived the mass suicides and murders of more than 900 because they had … [Read more...] about Jonestown: 40 years later, survivors who lost only life they knew have built new ones