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LIVERPOOL-born Michael Parker will replace Norman Askew as chief executive of British Nuclear Fuels on his impending retirement.

Mr Parker,57,is a former head of Dow Chemicals and will relocate from Michigan in the US to BNFL's Warringtonheadquarters next month.

CONSTRUCTION consultants BWS Consulting, which has offices in Liverpool's IndiaBuildings, has changed named to Driver Consult.

NO-frills airline Ryanair carried 1.83mpassengers last month,compared with 1.24mlast June. But the airline, which operates out of Liverpool to Dublin and Brussels,admitted its load factor,an indicator of how full its aircraft are,fell from 88% last year to 79%.

SEFTON Information Communications Technology group is holding a free meeting next Wednesday at Southport's Scarisbrick Hotel on internet and broadband issues facing businesses.

The event starts at 6pm and includes guest speakers Ian Rowe of Southport Commerce Park managers Blythe Developments and Sergio Tavares from broadband initiative IDEAe. Register at: www.seftonict.org

EMPLOYEES are spending up to 14 hours every day in work mode due to mobile phones according to a new survey.

It found 81% of 1,000 City professionals take work calls outside office hours and talk shop from 6 am to 11pm. The report shows the line between people's career and their social lives is becoming less defined.
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