Shredders can increase security by making such information impossible to read. Micro cut shredders offer the highest level of security available. Rather than cutting documents into long strips, they use a cross cut which slices documents in both directions, into smaller pieces.
A woman walks past a video display in the shop window of a Mulberry store in central London October 14, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew WinningMulberry has spent the past year reconnecting with its roots in affordable luxury after an attempt to become more exclusive backfired, prompting a string of profit warnings and the departure of Chief Executive Bruno Guillon.The company, known for its classic leather bags, has been trying to win back customers in Britain put off by its attempt to shift upmarket with bags costing more than 1,000 pounds.Mulberry said on Thursday a tighter grip on costs and the change in strategy had helped revive sales since November.think the figures show the strategy we have been adopting is working, regaining our core UK customers, Chairman Godfrey Davis told Reuters. He said 66 percent of Spring/Summer 2015 bags were now priced under 1,000 pounds versus 45 percent in 2014.Mulberry pretax profit for the year to March 31 plummeted to 4.5 million pounds ($7 million).
One of the new objects that will be featured in the museum’s main exhibit hall is a wooden replica of the carvings found in the Angel Island Barracks in California. Some 175,000 Chinese immigrants were detained and processed at Angel Island in San Francisco Bay during the first half of the 1900s. During their internment, many carved poems in the walls in traditional Chinese characters, detailing their fear and despair..
The men in the middle will be flying around the field in this one. Elimimian is off to another strong start to the campaign, with 17 defensive tackles through two games while Bighill is making his presence felt with his new team, making 21 defensive tackles through three games. These former teammates are pivotal in stopping the run and who does the better job in that category could help lead his club to victory.
Amelia Earhart’s fascinating life and mysterious death are the subject of a new book in Random House’s “Step Into Reading” series. Titled “Vanished! The Mysterious Disappearance of Amelia Earhart” ($3.99), the book details how Earhart decided early on that she wanted to become a pilot, and how she accomplished that goal. Most of the book, however, focuses on Earhart’s final trip, highlighting various theories on how it ended.