Ten things you probably didn't know last month

November 2008
Training & Coaching Today;Nov/Dec2008, p17
Trade Publication
The article offers trivial information on business and employment. Six police forces and two fire brigades are paying out more in pensions to retired officers than they are in salaries to serving ones. The more Starbucks a country has, the more likely it is to have suffered catastrophic banking losses. The top 50 executives of BBC are paid more than the prime minister, �190,000.


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