Royal Mail online tracking down for thousands of customers

“@RoyalMail having a problem generating an RMA, the form on the website returns a non-valid email address error when I give my (valid) gmail address. If it is intended to not accept gmail addresses, then the error should be more specific- otherwise, can you fix the bug,” one user wrote on twitter.

Young woman, 26, with zero business experience reveals how she is making $25,000 per MONTH after launching her own swimwear and tracksuit line

In the first year of business, Emily said the brand was making $3,000 per month and spending more than half the incoming revenue on social media advertising, but now the brand has made $25,000 in the last month with little marketing.

Simon Cowell ‘selling’ £18m LA bachelor pad in favour of family friendly home

The Sun reports that Simon has now cut ties with the record label – and has focused his attentions on Syco Entertainment instead which is his TV production company which owns The X Factor and the various Got Talent shows around the world.

Brighthouse reopens seven stores to chase debts – here’s what to do if you owe it cash

“And people with affordability complaints are having these ignored and being told they still have to pay, even though they have the right to offset any money Brighthouse owes them for compensation for unaffordable lending against the money they owe Brighthouse.”

Burrito crisis: We leap to a convenient future in this pandemic, and risk losing everything

No one is underestimating the resources and drive of larger companies to force the changes that drive their profits. But they shouldn’t underestimate the public’s ability to make a mental equation and consider the value of a thriving downtown. That pre-ordering from a local bookstore instead of Amazon might be worth the price difference. That, […]

National Handloom Day: Lore of the looms

Today, on National Handloom Day, it is almost customary to laud the Indian handloom traditions and celebrate the goodness of handmade at home. After all, we live in the times hashtags like #vocalforlocal and #handmadeinindia – both of which have a made a compelling case for Indian handlooms. Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) president […]

Tales of the Cocktail, once on the rocks, finds new leaders, new calling as nonprofit

“There’s a lot of overlap in the issues that are important to us and that are important to the industry,” Solomon said. “Diversity, access, equity, addiction treatment — these are things we’re interested in as a family, things the city has a stake in and that the industry is calling out for. If we can […]

Homeless men are seen sharing swigs of liquor without masks and urinating on the street outside luxury Upper West Side hotels – as it’s revealed New York ‘illegally housed pedophiles next to playgrounds’ in the neighborhood

In New York there were 634 shootings through July 12, compared with only 396 in the same period last year, according to police data. Police have made arrests in 23 percent of shootings thus far in 2020, which is below the typical rate of 30 percent. Police pictured at scene of shooting on Atlantic Avenue […]

Europe’s biggest countries are seeing Covid surges — but not this one

Despite the success story in beating back the virus, Italy has suffered tremendous economic losses. GDP is expected to contract by around 10% this year and many businesses tied to the tourism sector may never open again. But the lack of a second wave — so far — means that there will likely not be […]

Higher education during a pandemic: Giving it the old college try

Kestenbaum is on a tight budget, and says online isn’t what he signed up for: “I had tuition due last week from Queens College with the same tuition price that they were charging last year. As of now, I’m not sure what the plan is. But I do know that I paid a tuition for […]