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How are Spanish companies facing up to the consequencies of Brexit? John Wetherell, professor of Economics at EAE Business School believes they are not. The Spanish authorities are concerned about the apparent lack of urgency with which Spanish companies are facing up to the consequences of Brexit. According to the latest surveys, the fact that the EU’s second economy, its financial centre and second biggest net contributor to the EU budget is leaving is at the bottom of the list of Spanish companies’ priorities at this moment in time. This has come as a surprise given the close relationship that unites Spain and the UK in terms of citizens living in the other country, trade, tourism and FDI. There are probably several quite valid reasons for this situation. The first one would be the difficulty of planning for the unknown. If we consider that often governments pass legislation which has clear implications for businesses and they fail to comply with these new … [Read more...] about ANALYSIS: Why aren’t Spanish companies preparing for Brexit?
Thirty years ago, when Cheryl Raye-Stout began covering sports on Chicago radio, she was often the only woman on the beat.Thirty years later, little has changed."It's the management that has to decide who's going to be on the radio and who's not going to be on the radio," said Raye-Stout, who reports for WBEZ-FM 91.5. "They're not looking for it. ... I don't see any of it changing unless it's forced, and (employers don't see a) compelling reason for it to change."While television networks have hired more women to report on sports and newspaper sports departments have made incremental improvement in hiring women, sports talk radio appears static as an almost entirely male domain — from on-air talent to behind-the-scenes workers to listeners."Sports radio is sort of the last bastion of the bro, frat-boy culture," said Julie DiCaro, an update anchor at WSCR-AM 670 who occasionally hosts shows. "I feel like every (other medium) has moved on. There's such an untapped audience of … [Read more...] about Why aren’t more women working in sports radio?
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