It is too early to say whether Roziur Choudhury is the future of Britain’s (1) _______________ fast food sector. For now, he represents its conscience.
Choudhury’s smart new Grillzone restaurant, in the east London suburb of Dagenham, aims to be a “healthy” takeaway: golden, corn-fed half-chickens roast_(2)____________ on a rotary grill; chips are fried in low-fat oil; (3) ________ chopped salad is given away free with orders.
“Why would I want to feed people something I would not feed my own family?” Choudhury asks.
At £3.49 for six chicken wings, however, his food is (3)____________ pricey – and the competitionaround here is (4)__________. There are 61 fast-food joints jostling for business within a mile radius of Grillzone, according to the Centre for Diet and Activity Research’s new “food environment assessment tool”, which offers the public unprecedented analysis of the prevalence of food outlets throughout England.
The article is about how Google tries to influence opinion.
How might Google do this?
Why might Google do this?
How effective is it?
What is your range of linguistic choice for the gapped-combinations below?
“Google uses its (1)________wealth and power to attempt to influence policymakers at every level,” said Daniel Stevens, CfA executive director. “At a minimum, regulators should be aware that the (2)___________ independent legal and academic work on which they rely has been brought to them by Google.”
Google described the report as “highly (3)__________” as it included any work supported by any organisation to which it has ever donated money.
As well as reading the article in the link below, read through the comments and find 4 + that you find (interesting, strange, new, stupid, insightful… etc)
Which other companies may be trying not to pay backtaxes?
If Google didn’t pay tax in FRance, where did it pay tax in Europe?
Google (1)_____ $.127 billion bill for back taxes in France ………………………….
Court ruling comes after six-year (2)___________with French tax authority over taxes due for years 2005 to 2010, and could have big implications for (3)___________________________________. ………………………………
The court added that Google France doesn’t have the human resources or the technical means to allow it to carry out the (4)_____________advertising services on its own…………………………………………….
Read the report below from Microsoft’s 2016 annual report. Think about as many words as you can for each gap. When you finish click on the link below
I’m proud of the progress we’ve made as a company this past year and (1)__________ )about the opportunity for even more progress in the year ahead. We’ve advanced our mission to empower every person and every organization on the planet to (2) ___________ more. We’ve continued to cultivate a Microsoft (3)______________ in which people connect their individual energies and passions for technology to this mission. We’re leading profound digital transformation both for people and institutions. We’ve (4)____________ strong financial results. And we’re building a (5)____________foundation for an even brighter future.
We generated (6) $______ billion in revenue. These results reflect exciting new product innovations as well as increases in customer usage and engagement across our businesses.
The next generation of ubiquitous computing and ambient intelligence is going to transform every life, every industry, and every country.
What this means for organizations is that Microsoft is their partner in digital transformation – engaging (7) _________, empowering employees, (8)_____________operations, and transforming products.