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CSA News

  • Our conference attendees thought Joanna Lumley was excellent. They loved her - she is a delight.
  • Our fiscal group clients thought Julian Priestley was very approachable and gave an excellent speech.
  • Wow! Eddie Obeng was excellent, our technology summit attendees loved him. Very thought provoking.
  • Tim Foster was the highlight at our staff conference, the audience were fully engaged and enthusiastic.

Latest news

may 16

International diplomat Carl Bildt discusses the UK Brexit road ahead.

may 11

Noreena Hertz talks about the Bank of England’s latest forecast.

may 2

Sir John Hegarty talks about the importance of building a brand.

New Books

Reinvention: Accelerating Results in the Age of Disruption
Reinvention

Kate Sweetman

The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity
The 100-Year Life

Lynda Gratton

Free Speech: Ten Principles for a Connected World
Free Speech

Timothy Garton Ash

Other News

Cyclone Mora hits Bangladesh with heavy wind and rain

A powerful storm has made landfall on Bangladesh's south-eastern coast with heavy rains and winds.

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Manuel Noriega, Panama ex-strongman, dies at 83

The former military ruler was ousted by a US invasion in 1989 and convicted of drug trafficking.

provided by BBC World News

Tiger Woods: Alcohol 'not involved' in arrest

The golfer says an "unexpected reaction" to medication led to his arrest while driving in Florida.

provided by BBC World News

Iraq conflict: Baghdad ice cream parlour hit by suicide attack

A suicide car bomb kills at least 10 in late-night attack on a mainly Shia area of Baghdad.

provided by BBC World News

Colombia and Farc agree to extend arms deadline

Rebel fighters have an extra 20 days to hand over their weapons to the UN, President Santos says.

provided by BBC World News