Previous Article Next Article This week’s stock market reviewThe battle for NatWest bank has entered a critical new phase. The threeparties involved – NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland and Bank of Scotland – have beentrading accusations relentlessly with each other ahead of the 14 Februarydeadline when NatWest shareholders have to choose between the two hostilebidders. Bank of Scotland’s latest offer is worth just over £24bn or about £14.50 perNatWest share. Royal Bank of Scotland has offered to pay £22bn for NatWest inthe form of £3.05 per share in loan notes and about £1.20 per share specialdividend with guaranteed features. Many analysts think Royal Bank of Scotland needs to raise its offer but inthe meantime, NatWest maintains its strong opposition to a takeover by eitherrival. NatWest last week said it considers the raiders’ proposals risky and theoffer, so far, woefully inadequate.Tobacco firm sends out smoke signals over health concernsBritish American Tobacco, the world’s second largest tobacco manufacturer,is seeking a “partnership for change” dialogue with the Governmentand health pressure groups in order to respond to concern that smoking posesdangers to public health. BAT has suggested raising the legal age for buying tobacco from 16 to 18. Italso proposes sponsoring independent research into the effects of low tarcigarettes and how to combat tobacco smuggling into the country. And itsupports the idea of ID cards so that underage children trying to buy tobaccocan be identified.Captains of industry are ready to ring the changesA survey commissioned by BT Cellnet reveals that more than three-quarters ofBritain’s top company chiefs believe mobile phones will change the way businessesoperate in future. The survey, carried out by Mori, reveals that most of theUK’s senior business executives are well acquainted with technology. Also, most of the 102-sample of directors drawn from the top 500 companiesbelieve voice-activated keyboards could soon render present-day keyboards andmice obsolete. Interestingly, that could mean the end of employers’ nightmareof being sued for Repetitive Strain Injury. But then again, perhaps not,because the voice-activated keyboards could cause the equivalent Vocal StrainInjury problems for employers instead.HSE calls for shutdown of lay-offs plan at nuclear operatorSafety fears have prompted the Health and Safety Executive to call for atemporary halt to the proposed redundancies plan announced by British Energypending full assessment of safety issues at its two nuclear power operations.British Energy plans to combine some of the core areas of its subsidiariesBritish Energy Generation and British Energy Generation (UK) in order todeliver on its cost-cutting programme. Comments are closed. Bank raiders tool up for St Valentines DayOn 1 Feb 2000 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.
is now the rapid development of society, the economy is good, superb technology, however, a variety of unstable social risk factors still exist, so that the market has ushered in a good opportunity for the development of anti-theft alarm. Anti theft alarm, once the event occurs, you can through the sound and light alarm or electronic map of the location of duty officers on duty, so as to take prompt measures. The anti-theft alarm control system, the host and the import and export of closed-circuit television monitoring system, intercom system and electronic patrol system with a security system.
anti-theft alarm products are the first to enter the Chinese market application of security products, so the anti-theft alarm products become the first Chinese security products manufacturers involved in the field. Xiaobian for you to introduce the ten major brands of anti-theft alarm list.
alarm ten brands list 1 Honeywell security (in 1885, one of the world’s larger and rich experience in electronic security products manufacturers in the world top 500 enterprises, Honeywell security (Chinese) Limited)
alarm ten brand ranking 2.BOSCH BOSCH security (under the German BOSCH group, security / communications industry leader, the world’s top 500 enterprises, the global integrated large multinational group, BOSCH security systems Ltd.)
alarm ten brands list 3 Tyco (began in 1960 in the United States, large electronic security and alarm monitoring service provider, the internationally renowned diversified group of companies, Tyco International Ltd)
alarm ten brands list 4 horn HORN (leading supplier of anti-theft alarm system, anti-theft alarm Chinese well-known security brand, brand influence, listed companies, Shenzhen haoen Safety Technology Co.,
alarm ten brands list 5.FOCUS Fuchs (American Registry of global brands, well-known security companies, smart anti-theft influence brand, high-tech enterprises, Shenzhen mei’an Technology Co., Ltd.)
alarm ten brand ranking 6.Paradox maple (from famous brand of security, Canada high-tech security well-known enterprises, the leading provider of anti-theft alarm, China agent: Shenzhen senboll Industry Development Co., Ltd.)
alarm ten brands list 7 Ericsson KARASSN (professional security equipment suppliers, anti-theft alarm industry well-known brands, industry standard drafting units, high-tech enterprises, Quanzhou Ericsson Security Electronic Co., Ltd.)
anti-theft alarm ten brand list of the essence of the 8 long INNOPRO (high-tech enterprises >