Pressure mounts to strip Green of knighthood | Business – Business Article

Pressure was mounting on Saturday for controversial businessman Sir Philip Green to lose his knighthood following allegations that he had sexually and racially abused his staff. “If the allegations are true, then Philip Green should be stripped of his knighthood,” said Ian Lavery MP, Labour party chair. “The public rightly expect high standards from public figures and they’re not getting it. The honours system is clearly flawed and the prime minister should take steps to remove honours from people who…

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The Law on Fonts and Typefaces in Design and Marketing: Frequently Asked Questions (about commercial and non-commercial use) – Business Article

The right typeface is often the key to strong brand identity, a well-designed website, sharp looking brochures, and strong marketing materials. But there’s much confusion and misinformation about typefaces, fonts and how designers and marketers can lawfully use them commercially. The truth is that most people, and especially designers and marketers, do not understand the law governing the use of typefaces and fonts. There’s no shame in this. After all, most lawyers don’t understand design or marketing. Far too…

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Philip Green ends ‘gagging order’ action against Telegraph | Business – Business Article

It promised to be one of the highest profile court cases of the year, pitting the billionaire owner of TopShop against a national newspaper over its right to report claims of sexual and racial harassment. Instead, Sir Philip Green chose to duck a head-on fight with the Daily Telegraph at the last minute, avoiding a high court trial and leaving the businessman with a hefty legal bill and a battered reputation. The decision by Green and his business empire, Arcadia,…

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