We all know that without bees, we are in trouble. And I don’t just mean as gardeners, I also mean as a surviving species on this planet.
Read more bee related stories at The Seven Kings Apiary Journal.
Scientists have determined the best way of controlling Varroa mites – one of the threats facing honey bees – without harming the bees themselves.
Employers shouldn’t just comply with auto enrolment, but positively embrace it.
Read why in my article on page 13 of the Raconteur Employee Engagement and Benefits supplement published in The Times this week.
It’s free to read or download the whole publication.
Schemes are increasingly using diversified growth funds to protect their portfolios from market volatility, explains Pádraig Floyd, financial journalist
Diversified growth funds (DGFs) have been around for more than a decade. They cut their teeth in the low inflation, low return markets early in the century, but really found their feet after the financial crisis in 2008. At their most basic, they are growth funds that offer a greater degree of diversification – the clue is in the title – against the typical, largely equity, funds of the day. As a result, they should reduce volatility and yet deliver adequate returns.