Carmela Corbett, Women in the Arts: Where are we today? What have we achieved & how much is left to do?
“For the Suffragettes ‘Deeds Not Words’ was a demand for action, not just placating promises of equality in due course. The slogan remains a powerful rallying cry. We need to look back to better understand where we are going – and then we need to keep making waves.” Helen Pankhurst, Deeds Not Words, 2018. 2018 […]
The music industry, like many business sectors, remains dominated by large corporates. As a result popular styles of music, and the messages contained in lyrics, are largely controlled by the broadcasting and media conglomerates who decide which styles and artists will benefit from mass exposure to the public. However, for the first time since possibly […]
The recent claim against the AA by its former executive chairman for £225m looks certain to raise interesting issues relating to sacked employees’ bonus and long-term incentive share entitlements. In this blog, I look at the law relating to employee bonuses and long-term share incentive schemes. AA executive chairman Bob Mackenzie was dismissed for gross […]