Wowsers, always knew they supported their players more than other clubs, because, well, £££, but never thought they’d ever get punished
Saracens docked 35 points and fined £5.3m for breaching salary cap rules
WorldPay has been bought by Florida-based Fidelity National Information Services (FIS) for $35bn in cash and shares, plus WorldPay’s debt.
I remember, painfully, the first ever World Pay setup and Integration I ever did, hi tech and incredibly powerful at the time, although many firey hoops to jump through, not an easy experience.
They do need to move with the times though, had cause to use them again about 18 months ago and nowhere near as developer friendly as modern upstarts like Stripe, so need to improve there – or maybe they don’t want that market space.
Was looking at these as have a few trips this year, and thought if nothing else the battery packs wold be good for topping up phones that always seem to drain faster on the move and the kids iPads on flights. However …
… the rules had created confusion at check-in, meaning people were unsure whether they would be able to travel with their bags
Even the least smart of us can tell that luggage that can’t travel with is isn’t particularly smart, or even luggage!
Their business models and huge budgets mean we are increasingly being squeezed out of an ever more competitive environment. British creativity and British content are now under real threat.
No brit wants to see an establishment like the Beeb squeeze out and suffer, but just ask Blockbuster Video and Toys’R’Us, you have to change with the times.
But, the BBC and iPlayer have good content, and one thing that Netflix and Amazon are proving is that people are prepared to pay for content, so there is a market?