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John Colley

John Colley

Professor of Practice, Pro Dean, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

John Colley is Professor of Practice at Warwick Business School and Pro Dean.

John's most recent previous role was Director of MBA Programmes at Nottingham University Business School where he achieved MBA and PhD degrees. John also holds degrees at Newcastle University and Lancaster University and is a Chartered and Certified Accountant.

Before entering academia John was Group Managing Director at a FTSE 100 business and Executive Managing Director at a French CAC 40 business. Previously he undertook the role of MD of British Gypsum Ltd after having undertaken various leadership roles in Finance including Finance Director at British Gypsum. He has chaired a UK listed plc as well as non-executive director roles of UK and European private equity businesses. Currently he chairs two VCT funded businesses and also advises at board level various private businesses.

He was a council member of the Foundation for Management Education, a member of the Economic Affairs Committee for the CBI, and is a member of the Bank of England Regional Panel. He has written thought leadership articles for the national press and is quoted for his views on mergers and acquisitions. John teaches strategy and leadership to MBA and executive education participants.

Just Eat's £6 billion takeover: can anyone actually make big money from online takeaway?

Jan 10, 2020 10:43 am UTC| Insights & Views Business

Takeaway.com, the Dutch-based online food ordering giant, is shortly to be confirmed as the winner in the bidding war for British rival Just Eat in a 6 billion deal, according to reports in the media. If alternative bidder...

Uber's troubles in London are nothing compared to the bigger picture

Nov 27, 2019 12:35 pm UTC| Insights & Views Business

The taxi app giant Uber has again lost its licence in London, if only temporarily. Uber has 21 days to appeal after Transport for London (TfL) ended a probationary extension it granted to the company in September, citing a...

WeWork IPO: why investors are beginning to question the office rental firm's value

Sep 10, 2019 20:32 pm UTC| Insights & Views Business

WeWork looked set to become the latest tech startup to launch on the stock market at an astronomic valuation. It still could. The office rental company was initially valued around US$47 billion. Now theres talk of this...

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Economy

Canceled bookings cost hosts to lose thousands of dollars a month

A number of Airbnb hosts in the United States are planning to sell their properties as well as the furnishings they bought to adorn their homes due to the financial fallout from the pandemic. Canceled bookings cost...

Imports of Japanese beer fell 89 percent to $630,000, while Japanese vehicles dropped 59 percent to $62 million

South Korea imported US$249 million worth of Japanese consumer goods in April, down 37 percent from last year, mainly due to backlash from Korean consumers against Japans export restrictions. Imports of Japanese beer...

The country's economy already struggled before it had to deal with the outbreak.

Indias economy would plummet for the fiscal year of 2020-2021 despite a rebound in activity in the coming months, says the head of Indias central bank Shaktikanta Das. He gave his projection while announcing a slew of...

However, overall exports dipped 1.4 percent in the first quarter.

South Koreas exports of eight new-industry goods in the first-quarter jumped 17 percent from the previous year to $21 billion despite a drop in overall exports. The goods include aviation products and drones, biohealth...

The rise in inequality is attributed to the shrinking wages of low-income households, and a cut down in temporary positions

The income disparity between the top 20 percent and bottom 20 percent of households widened with many of the countrys low-paying jobs being slashed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The average monthly income of households...

Politics

Donald Trump defends golfing amid pandemic, attacks Joe Biden and Barack Obama

President Donald Trump fired back at Joe Biden after the latter criticized the POTUS on Saturday for playing golf even as the death toll due to the coronavirus pandemic continues to rise. On Sunday, Trump defended his...

Joe Biden wins the Hawaii Democratic primary

The Democratic primaries are still on-going after being momentarily postponed during the nationwide lockdown. Former vice president and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden recently won the Democratic primary in...

Jeff Sessions responds to Donald Trump's latest attack on Twitter about his recusal from Russia probe

The 2016 elections came out as controversial due to the belief that Russia had interfered and secured Donald Trump to win the presidency. Former DOJ attorney general Jeff Sessions responds to Trumps latest Twitter attack...

Melania Trump addresses 2020 graduates at the White House

First Lady Melania Trump has constantly reached out to Americans in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic that continues to rage on in the country. The First Lady gave a special shoutout to all the graduates of 2020 during...

US President Donald Trump under fire for playing golf amidst coronavirus deaths approach 100,000

The coronavirus pandemic in the United States has seen over 1.6 million cases with the death toll approaching 100,000. Despite the rising numbers, many Americans were outraged as President Donald Trump was seen playing...

Science

Archaeologists discover mammoth graveyard under airport in Mexico

The most surprising discoveries could be found in the most unlikely places such as an airport. Archaeologists came across a major discovery when they unearthed a mammoth graveyard underneath an airport. A group of...

NASA: Agency to unveil space virus prevention measures through Artemis Accords

Although scientists and space enthusiasts are aware of what is mostly out in space, it remains a mystery as to whether or not bits and pieces from other planets or space objects would be harmful to humans when on Earth....

Aztec temple discovered by workers in 1978 changed Mexican history

Even in history, there are findings that can change how a person views the past or what could have happened in the past. The same could be said for many Mexicans, following a discovery back in 1978 that changed their...

Secret underground rooms found under Western wall in Jerusalem

Discoveries made in Israel usually tend to provide a glimpse back into what may have happened thousands of years ago. A group of archaeologists in Israel discovered secret rooms hidden underneath the western wall in...

Technology

AirPods Studio with high-tech play/pause detection system reportedly entered production already

Much of the information from the Apple supply chain about AirPods recently is not about the third generation or the next AirPods Pro. Reports have been focused on an all-new production being dubbed as AirPods Studio, and...

iPhone 12 would not ship with free wired EarPods

The Whats in the Box corner for the iPhone 12 production page later on Apples official website is expected to look a little different later this year. A well-known industry insider reported that the tech giant is planning...

iPhone SE Plus: Is it the official name for the third iPhone SE iteration slated for a 2021 launch?

Some Apple fans were a little hesitant about immediately ordering the new iPhone SE when it launched last month. They were hoping that it would soon be followed by the unveiling of the iPhone SE Plus, however, it looks...

Tesla Cybertruck’s size can’t be scaled down, Elon Musk confirms

People who have pre-ordered the Cybertruck should no longer expect its dimensions to get any smaller once it enters production. Tesla CEO Elon Musk settles it and confirms they can no longer make the electric pickup...
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