News round-up, 28 November

News round-up, 28 November

Need help developing your commercial awareness? Here’s a round-up of some interesting news stories from around the web.

1. National Gallery taken to employment tribunal in landmark case for public sector gig economy [via The Independent]

2. Zuckerberg no show at international disinformation hearing [via The Week]

3. Goldman Sachs offering staff free emergency nanny care [via The Week]

4. ‘Rip-off’ 118 calls spark price crackdown [via BBC News]

5. Electric bike-sharing company Lime launches in UK [via The Guardian]

6. Uber fined after ‘serious breach’ allows hackers to download 2.7 million customers’ data [via The Independent]

7. European court to rule on whether article 50 can be reversed [via The Guardian]

8. Supreme court rejects request for right-to-die case to be heard [via The Guardian]

9. Viagogo to be forced to tell ticket buyers identity of touts [via The Guardian]