The Tate Gallery is one of the most popular arts venues in London among Captains of Industry and MPs for private functions. Half of all Captains have been to the Tate as guests of corporate sponsors while three in ten MPs have done so during the last twelve months.
Marks & Spencer has won the MORI / PA Consulting Group's Sundridge Park Management Centre 'Quality of Management Award'. The award is given to the British company which Britain's captains of industry, city institutions and business journalists perceive as having the most impressive quality of management for future development, according to MORI survey findings.
Although previous surveys of MPs have generally found greater support for corporate community investment (CCI) among Labour MPs, this year's research shows that support for CCI within Conservative ranks is growing too. Last year a mere 7% of Conservative MPs thought companies did not pay enough attention to their social responsibilities in comparison to 85% of Labour MPs. Today 83% of Labour MPs and 27% of Conservative MPs agree with this viewpoint. Overall, 94% of Labour MPs and 71% of Conservatives believe there is a greater role for industry to play in the community.
Poll for ABC conducted between the death of Diana, Princess of Wales and her funeral
Until technology and transport providers offer speedier access, growth of Internet usage in Western Europe and the US will slow, according to a survey conducted by MORI International and Response Analysis Corporation USA. Most additional growth is due to come from outside the Western world.
Response Analysis Corporation / MORI International
The winners of the British Quality of Management Awards" were announced at 12.00 on Friday 27 March at an awards
ceremony at Trinity House, Tower Hill, London EC3.
London's charities look to new Greater London Authority and Mayor to save capital from chronic problems
Twelve of London's largest charities say the first task of the new Mayor for London and GLA should be to "bang heads together" to solve vital issues like homelessness and public transport, according to a MORI survey commissioned by London Electricity.
Recent research shows that the environment continues to be a pressing top-of-mind concern to millions of citizens around the world, and they are calling for tougher laws to ensure pollution is controlled. In the past year alone, there has been a significant increase in public belief that action is needed to protect earth's climate even if there are major economic costs involved.
Laws "don't go far enough," world public says in largest environment survey