Top consultancy firm upbeat about future of construction BelfastTelegraph.co.uk For the second year running leading construction consultants WH Stephens is sponsoring the Best Commercial Fit Out category in this year's Belfast Telegraph Property Awards. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/events/property-awards/top-consultancy-firm-upbeat-about-future-of-construction-38534121.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article38534120.ece/b6820/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-09-26_new_53637303_I1.JPG Email For the second year running leading construction consultants WH Stephens is sponsoring the Best Commercial Fit Out category in this year's Belfast Telegraph Property Awards. WH Stephens specialises in project management, cost management, building surveying and asbestos management and has been at the forefront in Northern Ireland as a construction consultant for many years. Billy Wallace, managing partner and chairman of WH Stephens, offered best wishes to all those … [Read more...] about Top consultancy firm upbeat about future of construction
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Learn how to pitch prospects and convert them into clients. Entrepreneur Store Published 8:30 am CDT, Sunday, September 15, 2019 Photo: Entrepreneur Store Photo: Entrepreneur Store Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Entrepreneur Store Take Your Career into Your Own Hands By Becoming a Consultant 1 / 1 Back to Gallery The world of consulting is booming as businesses trend towards bringing in outside help for projects rather than hiring full-time employees. Consultants, meanwhile, stand to make a great living while remaining free to take on as many or as few clients as they'd like while maintaining a flexible schedule. It's a win-win for both parties. If you've already … [Read more...] about Take Your Career into Your Own Hands By Becoming a Consultant
America’s vast spying apparatus was built around a Cold War world of dead drops and double agents. Today, that world has fractured and migrated online, with hackers and rogue terrorist cells, leaving intelligence operatives scrambling to keep up. So intelligence agencies did what countless other government offices have done: They brought in a consultant. For the past four years, the powerhouse firm McKinsey and Co., has helped restructure the country’s spying bureaucracy, aiming to improve response time and smooth communication.Story Continued Below Instead, according to nearly a dozen current and former officials who either witnessed the restructuring firsthand or are familiar with the project, the multimillion dollar overhaul has left many within the country’s intelligence agencies demoralized and less effective. These insiders said the efforts have hindered decision-making at key agencies — including the CIA, National Security Agency and the Office of the … [Read more...] about Spies fear a consulting firm helped hobble U.S. intelligence
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | In Japan, It’s a Riveting TV Plot: Can a Worker Go Home on Time? Advertisement Supported by ByBen Dooley and Eimi Yamamitsu June 18, 2019 TOKYO — Last month, as Americans tuned in to the final episode of “Game of Thrones,” Japan was indulging in its own television fantasy world. In this one, a woman dares to leave work at 6 p.m. sharp. The determination of Yui Higashiyama, a 30-something project manager who wants nothing more than to get out of the office and into her favorite bar for happy hour, rocks the fictional web design firm where she works. A conniving supervisor and overachieving co-workers try to foil her plans. When her team faces a seemingly impossible deadline in Episode 9, she puts aside her steely commitment to work-life balance, dramatically declaring, … [Read more...] about In Japan, It’s a Riveting TV Plot: Can a Worker Go Home on Time?
The 2016 arrest of a former National Security Agency contractor charged with a massive theft of classified data began with an unlikely source: a tip from a Russian cybersecurity firm that the U.S. government has called a threat to the country. Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab turned Harold T. Martin III in to the NSA after receiving strange Twitter messages in 2016 from an account linked to him, according to two people with knowledge of the investigation. They spoke with POLITICO on condition of anonymity because they’re not authorized to discuss the case. Story Continued Below The company’s role in exposing Martin is a remarkable twist in an increasingly bizarre case that is believed to be the largest breach of classified material in U.S. history. It indicates that the government’s own internal monitoring systems and investigators had little to do with catching Martin, who prosecutors say took home an estimated 50 terabytes of data from the NSA and other government … [Read more...] about Exclusive: How a Russian firm helped catch an alleged NSA data thief