K+N, Primark and Bolloré all put a brave face on Q1 numbers
The difficulty of presenting year-on-year changes in financial results is becoming ever more apparent, with ...
In the UK, the faintly ridiculous sight of grown men and women trying to navigate our cracked and broken pavements on a contraption that looks rather like someone’s superglued a pair of roller-skates together has become all too familiar – and it’s not as if our growing problem with obesity needs any further obstacles; what was so wrong with the being-able-to-walk invention that evolution came up with? Anyway, predictions that hoverboards would become 2015’s Christmas gift craze appear to have been peppered somewhat by the revelation that 15,000 (representing a massive 88% of those imported) have been seized by trading standards officers at ports of entry because of safety concerns, including issues with “plug, cabling, charger, battery or cut-off switch”.
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