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July 2020

EU’s first cyber sanctions

The EU singled out perpetrators that attacked British hospitals, Ukranian infrastructure, and the Pyeongchang Olympics. The European Union, for the first time in its history, has levied sanctions in response to cyber attacks, naming six…

Wood replaces Barwell at Aecom

David Barwell is no longer an Aecom director and "will be will be transitioning between now and the end of the year", the company saidDavid Barwell has stepped down as chief executive of Aecom UK & Ireland (UKI). He joined…

Tivoli commences trial of electric fleet

Specialist grounds maintenance provider, Tivoli has introduced a long-term modernisation programme for equipment and vehicles with a view to replacing them with electric or hybrid versions where possible, helping the company to achieve its…

Bartlett Mitchell commits to Sedex ethical

Bartlett Mitchell has committed to Sedex ethical trading – joining thousands of businesses which have pledged to share data to help improve working conditions in global supply chains. As part of the move, the independent caterer will…