Welcome to the first of two special blogs to celebrate the first anniversary of PM Noble Consultancy Services.
Quite simply put:
‘We are a local company offering a friendly reliable and flexible service, with competitive rates to small business-owners, professionals and students.’
Whilst there have been many changes in the World, PM Noble Consultancy Services remains passionate about serving locals, because:
‘Local is wherever you are!’
Here is the first section of the review with the help of Wikipedia, which will be continued in Part Two.
The Scottish Referendum took place.
An Indian TV news anchor at public service broadcaster Doordarshan is fired after she referred to Chinese President Xi Jinping as ‘Eleven’ Jinping, apparently confusing Xi’s name with the Roman numerals XI. The Hindu.
A cyber-attack against JPMorgan Chase and 9 other financial institutions that compromised over 83 million accounts is disclosed. The attack is considered one of the largest data breaches in history. Reuters.
Ebola virus epidemic in West Africa – A Spanish nurse becomes the first person to be infected with the Ebola Virus outside West Africa. New York Times.
Malala Yousafzai wins the Nobel Peace Prize 2014.
The Bank of England fires Martin Mallett former chief foreign exchange dealer, due to evidence that he may have been complicit in market manipulation. The Telegraph.
The Church of England adopts legislation paving the way for the appointment of female bishops. BBC.
The deaths in Ferguson of Michael Brown and Eric Garner sparks demonstrations in NYC, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Jacksonville, Miami, and Washington DC, where protesters perform die-ins. The New York Times, Boston.com.
Charlie Hebdo Shooting – Gunmen attack the Paris office of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing twelve people and injuring ten. A 2011 issue had depicted a cartoon of the Islamic prophet Muhammed. BBC.
eBay announces plans to sell its PayPal business and fires 2,400 employees during 2015. CNBC.
American Express plans to cut more than 4,000 jobs. Reuters.
NBC Nightly News anchorman Brian Williams was suspended from broadcasting after he was caught lying about having been on board a helicopter while it was under fire during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. AP.
I hope that you enjoyed this quick review. Please join me for Part Two, where I will finish the review and let you know more about the business.
Until next time, have a good bank holiday weekend.