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Rapper sorry for ‘shameful’ comments to Katherine Ryan

Rapper sorry for ‘shameful’ comments to Katherine Ryan

Entertainment
Rapper Slowthai has apologised to comedian Katherine Ryan after causing controversy at the NME Awards.The 25-year-old was accused of making "lewd comments" to Ryan, who was hosting the awards, after he won the Hero of the Year gong on Wednesday night. He later threw his drink into the crowd and confronted a member of the audience. During the ceremony, Slowthai, real name Tyron Frampton, asked Ryan to smell his cologne and referred to her as "baby girl". (2/2) katherine, you are a master at your craft and next time i’ll take my seat and leave the comedy to you. to any woman or man who saw a reflection of situations they’ve been in in those videos, i am sorry. i promise to do better. let’s talk here.— tyron. (@slowthai) February 13, 2020 As he left
Moving beyond the Big Four? MCA seeks comments to improve auditing quality

Moving beyond the Big Four? MCA seeks comments to improve auditing quality

Finance
India needs to build capacity for home-grown Indian firms that can compete with the big four professional services firms such as—Deloitte, PwC, EY and KPMG — Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) that released a consultancy paper on Thursday said. MCA is seeking comments from all the auditors on the paper and looking for solutions on several aspects and problems in the auditing industry. According to the consultation paper there is an economic concentration of the big four firms that could impact the Indian economy. “To overcome this situation, there is a need to build capacity of homegrown Indian firms who may need to be at par with global organizations in terms of audit procedures, audit tools, manpower capacity to audit large organizations etc. For that panel of auditors need to be mainta
Individual investors pulled $20 million from Fisher Investments after billionaire’s sexist comments

Individual investors pulled $20 million from Fisher Investments after billionaire’s sexist comments

Finance
Kenneth Fisher, founder of Fisher Investments.Jonathan Fickies | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesIndividual investors at Fisher Investments transferred $ 20 million from the firm the week after the billionaire made lewd comments at a conference, according to a research note from Mercer, an advisor to institutional investors.The development was disclosed on a conference call Fisher executives held on Oct. 14 with Mercer, to discuss the fallout from founder Ken Fisher's comments at the Tiburon CEO Summit, according to the note obtained by CNBC.When speaking at the conference on Oct. 8, Fisher had likened winning new clients to picking up women at a bar. He had used similar language at another conference in 2018.Though the billionaire apologized, institutional investors — including seven government p
The Apprentice: Lottie Lion comments ‘unacceptable’, BBC says

The Apprentice: Lottie Lion comments ‘unacceptable’, BBC says

Entertainment
The BBC has told Apprentice candidate Lottie Lion that comments she made to a fellow candidate on a WhatsApp group were "unacceptable".It follows reports that Lion said "shut up Gandhi" to Lubna Farhan.The production company reported back to the BBC after looking into the issue, which took place after filming had concluded. Lion has previously told the Press Assocation her comments were "taken out of context".The BBC said even though filming had finished when the comments were made, it "nevertheless still expects the candidates to behave appropriately". It added: "Lottie has been informed that her comments were wholly unacceptable and is in no doubt about our view on thi...
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer press conference: Manchester United boss responds to Roy Keane’s ‘go get Kane’ comments, talks Paul Pogba fitness and Partizan Belgrade

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer press conference: Manchester United boss responds to Roy Keane’s ‘go get Kane’ comments, talks Paul Pogba fitness and Partizan Belgrade

Sports
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has responded to former Manchester United team-mate Roy Keane’s calls for the Red Devils to sign Tottenham hotshot Harry Kane.Scoring goals has been slightly hard to come by for United this season having found the net just ten times in their opening nine Premier League matches in 2019/20. AFP or licensors Keane wants United to sign England and Spurs star Kane Their only recognised senior strikers are Anthony Martial, 23, and Marcus Rashford, 21. Rashford got on the scoresheet during his side’s draw to Liverpool at the weekend but Keane believes United are still lacking up top and urged Solskjaer and the club’s hierarchy to ‘go and get Kane.’ On Keane’s demands, Solskjaer said: “Roy’s quite straightforward isn’t he? “For us it’s [about]