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Fears grow: 1/3 of UK firms consider move abroad over Brexit
Nearly a third of UK firms may shift their operations abroad because of Britain’s pending departure from the European Union, a survey of 1,200 company directors suggested Friday, as the political stalemate over a Brexit deal heightened jitters among businesses.
IoD: One in three UK firms plan for no-deal Brexit relocation
Nearly one in three British businesses are planning to relocate some of their operations abroad or have already shifted them to cope with a hard Brexit, according to a leading lobby group.
No-deal Brexit: UK firms praying for article 50 extension
British firms are ‘praying for an extension to article 50’ rather than face a no-deal Brexit as it emerged that foreign investment has fallen steeply and the outlook for growth has slumped to a six-year low.
Blackmail letters with suspected cyanide sent to Japanese firms
Nine Japanese companies, including drug makers and a newspaper, have received blackmail letters containing white powder suspected to be cyanide, police and local media said Sunday.
Singapore helps firms retain workers past retirement age
Mohsin Khan is still at his job repairing aircraft hydraulics parts although the Singaporean turns 75 in a couple of months.
Japanese firms tackle epidemic of sleeplessness
Imagine working for an employer who, aware that you are probably not sleeping enough at night, allows you to down tools and nap as part of your regular work duties — and not just forty winks at your desk, but a restorative snooze in a quiet room.
Tech firms see good times as flexible displays roll and fold
Electronic displays that fold, roll and bend have finally arrived after years of development, and tech firms are touting the technology as a potential source of growth and new applications.
UK Energy firms SSE and Npower scrap merger plan
Energy firm SSE has scrapped its plan to merge its retail business with rival Npower, blaming ‘very challenging market conditions.’
Tech firms dominate Dublin office space take-up
As many as 6,700 jobs were created in the tech sector in the Irish capital of Dublin between July and September this year, according to a report from Savills.
Majority of small-to-midsize Japanese firms failing to meet disabled employment quotas
About 60 percent of small and midsize companies in Japan that responded to a survey do not satisfy their quotas for mandatory employment of people with disabilities, according to the poll.
Energy firms likely to miss smart meter deadline, warns Which?
Large energy suppliers will need to triple the number of smart meters they are installing to meet a 2020 deadline, consumer group Which? warned.
US advertising firms grapple with 'Me Too'
Some of corporate America's dirty secrets were aired this week at a conference that overlapped the anniversary of the "Me Too" movement and the contentious debate over Brett Kavanaugh, who was confirmed as the latest Supreme Court justice on Saturday.
Poll: Japan firms welcome skilled foreign workers, frown at unskilled ones
Most Japanese companies support loosening the country’s tight immigration system to cope with a severe labor shortage, but they favor skilled workers who can fit into the workplace, not an influx of unskilled laborers, a Reuters poll showed.

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