It is the mid-afternoon break and striding confidently through a monochrome scene, a female employee of international auditing company Ernst & Young makes her way towards security barriers carrying her purse to exit E & Y's Norman Foster-designed 385,000 square foot European headquarters at More London, London England. A distracted male colleague approaches in the opposite direction, already having swiped his proximity card (using electronic key card technology to allow access through proof of authenticity) into the magnetic scanner while talking into his mobile phone. Both are dressed cassually, reflecting E & Y's policy of informal clothes for anything other than senior executives. Ernst & Young employs 114,000 people, in 700 locations across 140 countries around the world. 
 (image by Richard Baker)
It is the mid-afternoon break and striding confidently through a monochrome scene, a female employee of international auditing company Ernst & Young makes her way towards security barriers carrying her purse to exit E & Y's Norman Foster-designed 385,000 square foot European headquarters at More London, London England. A distracted male colleague approaches in the opposite direction, already having swiped his proximity card (using electronic key card technology to allow access through proof of authenticity) into the magnetic scanner while talking into his mobile phone. Both are dressed cassually, reflecting E & Y's policy of informal clothes for anything other than senior executives. Ernst & Young employs 114,000 people, in 700 locations across 140 countries around the world.
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