Saas-Based Business Intelligence (Bi) Market Size, Share 2020 By Development History, Business Prospect, Trend, Key Manufacturers, Price, Supply Demand, Growth Factor and End User Analysis, Outlook till 2026

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Sep 29, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
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The Global Saas-Based Business Intelligence (Bi) market 2020 research provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. The Global Saas-Based Business Intelligence

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Gloucester chief warns club will be out of business in six months without bailout plan

Gloucester have laid bare the extent of the financial crisis gripping English professional rugby, warning that the 147-year old club will go out of business within six months without a government bail-out.

Lance Bradley, Gloucester’s chief executive, has revealed to Telegraph Sport the full details of the financial woes, forecasting that the club will run out of cash before March following a predicted loss of revenue of £6.2 million due to the restrictions imposed by the Covid-19 epidemic.

The dramatic revelations come on another bleak day for the sport, with Peter Tom, the Leicester Tigers chairman, describing the new restrictions on crowds as a “disaster” that “threatens the future of the Premiership”.

Worcester owners Colin Goldring and Jason Whittingham, meanwhile, warned that playing matches behind closed doors for another six months was not “sustainable for this club nor for the Premiership as a whole”.

The chief executives of

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Your guide to eight years of finance leaks

The latest leak is of files sent to FinCEN, part of the US Treasury
The latest leak is of files sent to FinCEN, part of the US Treasury

The FinCEN Files are another big leak of secret files, detailing the failure of major global banks to stop money laundering and financial crime. They also expose how the UK is often the weak link in the financial system and how London is awash with Russian cash.

The files include more than 2,000 suspicious activity reports (SARs), filed by financial institutions to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Agency, or FinCEN, a part of the US Treasury Department. They also include 17,641 records obtained through Freedom of Information (FOI) requests and other sources.

They were obtained by BuzzFeed News which shared them with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and 400 journalists around the world. Panorama has led research for the BBC.

The files are the latest in a series of whistleblowing-led investigations that have rocked the

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ECB’s Lagarde says business needs more women leaders

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said Friday that there are still too few women in top jobs, and that the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated the problem.

“There are still too few women in management worldwide, particularly in the economic and financial spheres, including central banks,” she said in an interview with French economics weekly Challenges.

Lagarde, the first female chief in the ECB’s history, lamented that the 19 eurozone central banks are all run by men, and that she and her German colleague Isabel Schnabel were the only women on the ECB’s 25-member governing council. 

“That’s not how it should be!” she said.

Arguing for changes in the workplace, Lagarde said men should be encouraged to take paternity leave, and it should be granted to them for “longer periods than their current entitlement of a few days or weeks.”

Noting that the gender wage gap was still 13 percent

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