Month: November 2020

An invisible presence: in the end, the statement that Arcadia group had succumbed to insolvency on Monday night was an apt metaphor for Sir Philip Green’s recent stewardship of his Burton-to-Topshop fashion empire. Confirmation of Deloitte’s appointment as administrator made no reference to the pugilistic Monaco-based tycoon whose family has owned one of Britain’s most
12:57 PM GMT The number of teams participating in the women’s Rugby World Cup will be increased from 12 to 16 from the 2025 edition, the sport’s governing body announced on Monday. The decision was taken by the Rugby World Cup Board earlier this year and World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont said it was a
Moderna has said it is filing for regulatory approval in the US, and that its vaccine trials have shown no serious safety concerns. The US-based company has also said its vaccine was 94.1% effective, with 100% efficacy against severe COVID-19 in its phase three trial. Efficacy was consistent across age, race and ethnicity, as well