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Amazon quarterly profits more than double to $3.6bn1h 2m Amazon quarterly profits more than double to $3.6bn
Amazon more than doubled profits in the first quarter thanks to soaring demand for cloud computing and ad services - but forecast a more muted performance for the current period.
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1h 10m Microsoft Touches $1 Trillion Value, Signaling Big Tech’s Stock Market Comeback
Big tech stocks including Microsoft have been leading the market higher, a rally that would have been hard to imagine at the end of 2018.
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TPG Says Executive Introduced Colleagues to College Admissions Scheme’s Leader1h 32m TPG Says Executive Introduced Colleagues to College Admissions Scheme’s Leader
William E. McGlashan Jr., who was fired after being named in the scandal, connected members of the deal team to William Singer for business discussions, but nothing came of them, the investment firm said.
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Microsoft hits $1 trillion mark as sales and profits smash Wall Street expectations1h 37m Microsoft hits $1 trillion mark as sales and profits smash Wall Street expectations
It is the third public company to pass the symbolic milestone after Apple in August and Amazon a month later. It only briefly passing the mark yesterday before dipping below it again.
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RBS closes in on first female chief exec: Alison Rose is favourite to succeed departing Ross McEwan 1h 37m RBS closes in on first female chief exec: Alison Rose is favourite to succeed departing Ross McEwan 
Alison Rose is RBS's 49-year-old commercial and private banking chief. If she wins the leadership battle she would be the first woman to run a big-four lender in a landmark moment for the industry.
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Sainsbury boss Mike Coupe faces the axe after watchdog kills off £12m Asda merger1h 37m Sainsbury boss Mike Coupe faces the axe after watchdog kills off £12m Asda merger
Mike Coupe, 58, was the mastermind of the tie-up and laboured on it for two years. He was caught singing 'We're In The Money' between television interviews when it was announced a year ago.
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McLaren leaves Tesla in its tracks: British manufacturer reports bumper demand for its super-cars1h 37m McLaren leaves Tesla in its tracks: British manufacturer reports bumper demand for its super-cars
McLaren sold 4,829 cars last year, a 45 per cent rise compared to 2017. Strong appetite in China, helped the Woking-based company achieve a 44.3 per cent rise in revenue to £1.3bn.
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French fashion house Hermes enjoys a 16% rise in sales as Chinese shoppers continue to splash out1h 37m French fashion house Hermes enjoys a 16% rise in sales as Chinese shoppers continue to splash out
The high-end brand said revenue grew to £1.4bn in the three months to March 31. This was boosted by a 17 per cent rise in sales in Asia, excluding Japan, and 10 per cent growth in mainland China.
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German lenders Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank ditch plans for mega merger1h 37m German lenders Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank ditch plans for mega merger
The ailing German lenders have decided their plans are too risky to go ahead. The decision is a huge blow to German ministers, who had originally put heavy pressure on the firms to join forces.
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Weed killer cancer bill could hit £5bn for German chemicals firm Bayer1h 37m Weed killer cancer bill could hit £5bn for German chemicals firm Bayer
The German chemicals company was last month ordered to pay £62m to a pensioner who said Roundup weed killer caused his non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
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MARKET REPORT: Carpetright shares soar 83% as recovery kicks in1h 37m MARKET REPORT: Carpetright shares soar 83% as recovery kicks in
Shares in the flooring retailer jumped by 83 per cent, or 12.7p, to 28p as it said same-store sales ‘improved significantly’ in the fourth quarter of its financial year, between February and April.
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1h 41m Morgan Stanley to Pay California $150 Million Over Mortgage Crisis Claims
The case was the last remaining government lawsuit against the bank over financial crisis-era issues.
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Ultimatum to cabinet ministers in Huawei leak investigation2h Ultimatum to cabinet ministers in Huawei leak investigation
Senior figures in Theresa May’s cabinet deny role in leak after National Security Council meeting Cabinet members who were at Tuesday’s National Security Council have been sent an ultimatum by Whitehall’s most powerful official to confess or deny whether they leaked a controversial decision to allow Chinese telecoms firm Huawei to help build the UK’s 5G phone network. Cabinet secretary Sir Mark Sedwill is understood to have written to those present and demanded that they tell him immediately whether they were involved, prompting the five prime suspects to scramble to “categorically deny” that they were behind the leak.
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Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder2h Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder
The Golden State Killer case was just the start. Hundreds of cold cases are hot again thanks to a new genealogy technique. The price may be everyone’s genetic privacy.
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Canada Says Facebook Broke Privacy Laws With ‘Superficial’ Safeguards3h Updated Canada Says Facebook Broke Privacy Laws With ‘Superficial’ Safeguards
An investigation found that Facebook did not protect user data in the Cambridge Analytica scandal and has ignored recommendations since.
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Crossrail might not launch until March 20213h Crossrail might not launch until March 2021
London's multi-billion pound Crossrail project has pushed back its launch date again and may now not open until March 2021.
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Germany’s Troubled Banking Giants Decide Against a Merger3h Updated Germany’s Troubled Banking Giants Decide Against a Merger
Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank said the risks outweighed the benefits of trying to create a mega-bank capable of taking on Wall Street giants.
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Wheels: Souvenirs From Europe You Can’t Sneak Through Customs4h Updated Wheels: Souvenirs From Europe You Can’t Sneak Through Customs
French cheese or Spanish ham? Maybe. That sweet Citroën or Peugeot? Even if you can get it on a ship, it probably won’t be allowed into the U.S.
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Microsoft becomes third listed US firm to be valued at $1tn4h Microsoft becomes third listed US firm to be valued at $1tn
Company beat sales and profit expectations to join Apple and Amazon in prestigious club Microsoft has become the third publicly listed US company, after Apple and Amazon, to boast a market value of more than $1tn after bumper quarterly results boosted its share price. The company beat sales and profits expectations in the three months to 31 March, thanks in part to its cloud computing business, which signed up major corporate clients over the period.
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Trump safety cuts may cause workplace deaths to soar, says report4h Trump safety cuts may cause workplace deaths to soar, says report
Federal watchdog Osha has cut workplace safety inspectors to the lowest level in its 48-year history under Trump administration A number of workplace safety advocates fear fatalities will soar as Trump cuts back on the federal work safety watchdog Occupation Safety and Health Administration (Osha). The latest Death on the Job report from union federation AFL-CIO, released to time with Workers’ Memorial Day, showed a slight dip in deaths from 2016, when 5,190 people died on the job. Some 5,147 people were killed on the job in 2017, Donald Trump’s first year in office. But the true toll of work-related injuries and illnesses may be closer to 7m to 10.5m each year, according to a report released on Thursday.
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Who Owns Huawei? The Company Tried to Explain. It Got Complicated.4h Who Owns Huawei? The Company Tried to Explain. It Got Complicated.
The Chinese tech giant wants to put to rest concerns that it is susceptible to influence by the country’s government. That has been no easy task.
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Government under fire for failing to back mandatory betting levy4h Government under fire for failing to back mandatory betting levy
Sports minister defies call from UK regulator to raise funding for addiction treatment The government has come under fire for its “outrageous” failure to back a mandatory levy on betting firms to increase funding for addiction treatment, in defiance of a call from the industry’s regulator. Labour’s deputy leader, Tom Watson, accused the government of “dragging its heels”, after the sports minister, Mims Davies, said in a speech that the existing voluntary levy “does work”, moments after the chair of the Gambling Commission said the opposite.
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Microsoft becomes third company to reach $1tn valuation4h Microsoft becomes third company to reach $1tn valuation
Microsoft's stock market value has topped $1tn (£775m) for the first time as Wall Street cheered better than expected results for the US software giant.
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Sorrell targets Brazilian and Dutch takeovers5h Sorrell targets Brazilian and Dutch takeovers
Sir Martin Sorrell's new marketing services venture will reinforce its pursuit of international acquisition targets on Friday when it unveils takeovers of companies based in Amsterdam and Sao Paulo.
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With the Sainsbury-Asda merger blocked, what’s next for the UK’s second biggest supermarket?5h Updated With the Sainsbury-Asda merger blocked, what’s next for the UK’s second biggest supermarket?
Investors are fleeing after the UK’s competition watchdog – the CMA – slammed the door on Sainsbury's vision of merging with its closest rival Asda in a £12billion ‘landmark’ deal.
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Cabinet launches inquiry to find source of Huawei leak5h Cabinet launches inquiry to find source of Huawei leak
Senior members of UK cabinet scramble to deny responsibility for leak regarding Chinese firm An inquiry has been launched by the cabinet secretary, Sir Mark Sedwill, in the aftermath of this week’s leak of a decision by the National Security Council to allow Chinese firm
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Microsoft hits $1tn valuation after strong results - business live5h Updated Microsoft hits $1tn valuation after strong results - business live
All the latest economic and financial news, as tech stocks rally in New York and a UK supermarket merger is blocked
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Sri Lanka travel: what should you do?6h Updated Sri Lanka travel: what should you do?
The UK is advising against all but essential travel to Sri Lanka.
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Savers warned over fraudsters pretending to be ABN Amro offering Isas6h Updated Savers warned over fraudsters pretending to be ABN Amro offering Isas
UK savers hunting for better Isa rates have been warned to steer clear of a firm masquerading as the British asset management arm of one of the Netherlands' largest banks.
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Canada Says Facebook Broke Privacy Laws6h Canada Says Facebook Broke Privacy Laws
An investigation by Canadian regulators found that Facebook did not protect user data in the Cambridge Analytica scandal and has ignored recommendations since.
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China Retools Vast Global Building Push Criticized as Bloated and Predatory6h Updated China Retools Vast Global Building Push Criticized as Bloated and Predatory
Beijing is reshaping its plans for building a network of ports, rails and roads that enhance the country’s geopolitical ambitions. But it isn’t retreating.
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New National Strategy to tackle problem gambling6h Updated New National Strategy to tackle problem gambling
The Gambling Commission launches a three-year National Strategy to tackle the issue.
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Extinction Rebellion: London Stock Exchange blocked by climate activists6h Updated Extinction Rebellion: London Stock Exchange blocked by climate activists
Protesters glued themselves to each other and to the building in the City of London.
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Carlos Ghosn, for a 2nd Time, Is Released From Jail After Posting Bail6h Updated Carlos Ghosn, for a 2nd Time, Is Released From Jail After Posting Bail
Mr. Ghosn, the former head of the Nissan-Mitsubishi-Renault alliance charged in Tokyo with financial wrongdoing, posted $4.7 million bail.
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Carlos Ghosn banned from living with wife as he is released on bail6h Carlos Ghosn banned from living with wife as he is released on bail
Carlos Ghosn has been released on bail for a second time - but only after agreeing to new restrictions on contact with his wife.
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Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank merger talks collapse7h Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank merger talks collapse
Banks blame risks of getting deal done and restructuring costs for failure of six weeks of high-level negotiations Germany’s two biggest banks, Deutsche and Commerzbank, have scrapped their plans to merge – a
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Microsoft hits $1 trillion market valuation7h Updated Microsoft hits $1 trillion market valuation
It is one of only three public companies to have achieved the milestone, along with Apple and Amazon.
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RBS chief executive Ross McEwan resigns7h Updated RBS chief executive Ross McEwan resigns
Mr McEwan said he has "delivered the strategy" promised when he took over in 2013.
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Work Friend: Don’t Be Distressed You Are Distressed7h Work Friend: Don’t Be Distressed You Are Distressed
Sometimes you have to throw money at a problem, or at the very least laugh in H.R.’s face.
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Norwegian and Southwest count cost of Boeing 737 Max grounding8h Norwegian and Southwest count cost of Boeing 737 Max grounding
Norwegian and Southwest say the grounding of Boeing 737 Max planes has cost them millions.
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Extinction Rebellion protesters stop traffic in City of London8h Extinction Rebellion protesters stop traffic in City of London
Climate campaigners target financial district before ending occupations and blockades Up to 400 Extinction Rebellion activists have been stopping traffic in moving protests across the City of London to highlight the role of the finance industry in fuelling climate change. Protesters are periodically forming human blockades across roads in the capital’s financial hub, occupying the street and halting traffic for seven minutes before allowing vehicles to pass, and then repeating the action.
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Sainsbury shares slide after Asda merger is blocked - business live9h Updated Sainsbury shares slide after Asda merger is blocked - business live
Regulator thwarts supermarket deal, saying it would hurt customers and drive up prices
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Betting giants pledge sports ad bans10h Updated Betting giants pledge sports ad bans
William Hill and the owner of Ladbrokes and Coral say the changes will help fight problem gambling.
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Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank abandon merger talks10h Updated Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank abandon merger talks
Deutsche Bank says the benefits of a merger with Commerzbank would not have offset the costs.
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Liverpool and Glasgow see biggest house price increases, reveals Zoopla10h Updated Liverpool and Glasgow see biggest house price increases, reveals Zoopla
Liverpool saw the average price of a home rise 5.7%, followed by Leicester at 5.3% and Manchester at 5.1%, according to latest Zoopla data.
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HSBC account holders unable to pay their TSB credit card bills after administrative blunder10h HSBC account holders unable to pay their TSB credit card bills after administrative blunder
TSB credit card holders trying to pay their bill using HSBC or First Direct were left unable to do so after an administrative blunder by the bank resulted in it deleting details from its database.
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The most popular funds over the Isa season revealed10h The most popular funds over the Isa season revealed
British investors piled money into long-term growth funds and investment trusts as the tax year drew to a close at the start of April, new analysis shows. 
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Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank Call Off Merger Talks10h Updated Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank Call Off Merger Talks
The two troubled banks could not agree on a plan to form a national champion capable of taking on Wall Street giants.
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Carlos Ghosn Awaits Release From Jail After Posting Bail10h Carlos Ghosn Awaits Release From Jail After Posting Bail
Carlos Ghosn, the former car executive charged in Tokyo with financial wrongdoing, posted $4.7 million bail but the prosecutor’s office said it would appeal.
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ALEX BRUMMER: Brexit uncertainty makes picking the right Bank of England governor even more crucial10h Updated ALEX BRUMMER: Brexit uncertainty makes picking the right Bank of England governor even more crucial
No one can accuse Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond of playing a game of favourites in the search for the next governor of the Bank of England.
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The Rise of Live-Streamer Style11h Updated The Rise of Live-Streamer Style
Professional gamers are more visible than ever, and the athletic apparel industry has taken notice.
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DealBook Briefing: Is a $5 Billion Facebook Fine Enough?11h Updated DealBook Briefing: Is a $5 Billion Facebook Fine Enough?
The social network expects to pay the F.T.C. a huge fine for privacy violations, but critics say that further action is required.
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You can now buy a new Volvo car online in less time that it takes you to do a weekly shop11h You can now buy a new Volvo car online in less time that it takes you to do a weekly shop
The full online buying service - including the vehicle configurator - will initially only be available for Volvo's award-winning XC40 SUV, though will be rolled out to all other models from 3 May.
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Alison Rose: the City high flyer in the running for the RBS top job11h Alison Rose: the City high flyer in the running for the RBS top job
The deputy CEO of NatWest Holdings would be the first woman to run a major UK bank Alison Rose, one of the most senior women in the City, is regarded as the frontrunner within Royal Bank of Scotland to succeed the chief executive, Ross McEwan,
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Extinction Rebellion protesters glue themselves to London Stock Exchange11h Updated Extinction Rebellion protesters glue themselves to London Stock Exchange
Climate campaigners target financial district before ending occupations and blockades Up to 400 Extinction Rebellion activists have been stopping traffic in moving protests across the City of London’s to highlight the role of the finance industry in fuelling climate change. Protesters are periodically forming human blockades across roads around London’s financial hub, occupying the street and halting traffic for seven minutes before allowing vehicles to pass for several minutes, and then repeating the action.
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Extinction Rebellion: Climate activists block London Stock Exchange11h Updated Extinction Rebellion: Climate activists block London Stock Exchange
Protesters glued themselves to each other and to the building in the City of London.
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Sainsbury shares near 25-year low after Asda merger is blocked - business live12h Updated Sainsbury shares near 25-year low after Asda merger is blocked - business live
Regulator thwarts supermarket deal, saying it would hurt customers and drive up prices
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Ladbrokes owner proposes ban on gambling ads linked to sport12h Ladbrokes owner proposes ban on gambling ads linked to sport
GVC to end sponsorship deals that promote its brands on football shirts or pitchside Ladbrokes’ owner, GVC, the UK’s largest gambling company, has broken ranks with the rest of the industry by announcing a series of proposals to protect
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Norwegian says Boeing Max grounding could cost it £45m12h Norwegian says Boeing Max grounding could cost it £45m
The budget airline says the grounding of its Boeing 737 Max planes will hit profits this year.
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May faces calls for inquiry over Huawei leak12h May faces calls for inquiry over Huawei leak
Labour and Tory MPs pile on pressure to find and sack leaker amid suspicions it could be work of leadership rival Theresa May is under growing pressure to find and sack the minister, aide or official responsible for a national security leak that revealed the government will allow the Chinese firm Huawei to supply equipment for 5G mobile phone networks. Labour and Tory MPs called on the prime minister to order an official leak inquiry led by the cabinet secretary amid suspicions that a minister with leadership ambitions handed over the information to further their own career.
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Hull telecoms company KCOM set for £500m takeover12h Hull telecoms company KCOM set for £500m takeover
Shares in the Hull company, which have struggled in recent years, jumped on news of the proposed deal.
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Laura Ashley shares plunge on fresh profit warning12h Laura Ashley shares plunge on fresh profit warning
Struggling Laura Ashley has issued a fresh profit warning, saying investors should brace for figures "significantly below market expectations."
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Fox drafts in ex-BAE exec ‎for cybersecurity role13h Fox drafts in ex-BAE exec ‎for cybersecurity role
A former executive at BAE Systems' cybersecurity division is being drafted in by Liam Fox to aid British companies' efforts to defend foreign governments and central banks against cyberattacks.
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Carpetright shares rocket as it starts to bounce back after torrid year13h Carpetright shares rocket as it starts to bounce back after torrid year
Carpetright shares spiked 37 per cent to above 21p in early trading on Thursday after the troubled retailer showed signs of bouncing back from a challenging year.
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Cannabis, Marijuana, Weed, Pot? Just Call It a Job Machine13h Cannabis, Marijuana, Weed, Pot? Just Call It a Job Machine
As legalization spreads, listings for cannabis-related positions on recruitment sites have soared. But working in the industry comes with caveats.
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China Retools Global Infrastructure Program After Criticism13h China Retools Global Infrastructure Program After Criticism
But Beijing isn’t retreating from its vision to build a network of ports, rails and roads that enhance its geopolitical ambitions.
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Sainsbury shares slump to 33-month low after Asda merger is blocked - business live13h Updated Sainsbury shares slump to 33-month low after Asda merger is blocked - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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The small mobile phone firms with the best deals and service14h The small mobile phone firms with the best deals and service
The big three mobile firms, Vodafone, O2 and EE, racked up low customer satisfaction scores, while also charging more than smaller companies that often piggy back on bigger networks, Which? said.
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The price of classic English country homes revealed14h The price of classic English country homes revealed
Manor houses top the list of most expensive country and village homes at an average price of £1,431,944, while the cheapest way into quintessential country life is cottage at £606,886.
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Barclays cuts bonuses for investment bankers as profits slide14h Barclays cuts bonuses for investment bankers as profits slide
Pre-tax profit of £1.5bn between January and March is down from £1.7bn a year earlier Barclays has cut bonuses for its investment bankers and traders as it posted lower first-quarter profits amid tough market conditions. The bank made a pre-tax profit of £1.5bn between January and March, down from £1.7bn a year earlier but in line with City forecasts. This excludes litigation and conduct charges. If they are included, Barclays made a £1.5bn profit against a £236m loss a year earlier, when it was hit by around £2bn of conduct and litigation charges.
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The small mobile phone providers beating the big guns on customer satisfaction and lower prices 14h Updated The small mobile phone providers beating the big guns on customer satisfaction and lower prices 
The big three mobile firms, Vodafone, O2 and EE, racked up low customer satisfaction scores, while also charging more than smaller companies that often piggy back on bigger networks, Which? said.
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Sainsbury’s Energy launches new partnership with energy giant Npower weeks after closure14h Updated Sainsbury’s Energy launches new partnership with energy giant Npower weeks after closure
The firm is currently only offering one tariff, the Sainsbury's Energy Fix and Reward v1 tariff, which gives 100% renewable electricity.
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Monzo and Starling gain almost 10,000 customers in last three months of 2018 according to CASS14h Updated Monzo and Starling gain almost 10,000 customers in last three months of 2018 according to CASS
The seemingly unstoppable rise of the challengers continued in the last quarter of 2018, with Monzo and Starling gaining almost 10,000 current account customers.
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The next Bank of England boss will face a tougher ride than Carney14h Updated The next Bank of England boss will face a tougher ride than Carney
Whoever takes over will need to be happy in the spotlight - and have a thick skin. While Carney has taken plenty of stick, over the next eight years independence is likely to be threatened
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Ghosn: Tokyo court grants $4.5m bail to former Nissan boss14h Updated Ghosn: Tokyo court grants $4.5m bail to former Nissan boss
Carlos Ghosn, who faces financial misconduct charges in Japan, is set be released from custody on bail.
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Competition watchdog blocks Sainsburys and Asda merger - business live15h Updated Competition watchdog blocks Sainsburys and Asda merger - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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Belt and Road: China showcases initiative to world leaders15h Belt and Road: China showcases initiative to world leaders
The leaders' summit comes as China faces growing criticism over its massive infrastructure programme.
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Extinction Rebellion activists glue themselves to London Stock Exchange15h Extinction Rebellion activists glue themselves to London Stock Exchange
Climate activists target financial district before ending occupations and blockades Climate change activists have glued themselves to the London Stock Exchange, in protest against the role of the finance industry in fuelling climate change. Extinction Rebellion plan to cause rush-hour disruption in London’s financial district before they bring an end their climate “rebellion” that has led to protesters occupying sites across London for more than a week.
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Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Ross McEwan resigns15h Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Ross McEwan resigns
The 61-year-old has been in the role for five and a half years and says it is the right time to leave Royal Bank of Scotland’s chief executive, Ross McEwan, has resigned after five and a half years in the job, saying now is the “right time” to leave. The 61-year-old has a 12-month notice period and will remain at the helm of the bank, which is still 62% owned by the UK government, until a successor has been found and an “orderly handover has taken place”.
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What the Airbnb surge means for UK cities16h Updated What the Airbnb surge means for UK cities
Data analysed by the BBC reveals rocketing number of listings amid debate over the effect on communities.
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Royal Bank of Scotland boss Ross McEwan quits16h Royal Bank of Scotland boss Ross McEwan quits
RBS boss Ross McEwan has quit the bank, saying the time is right to leave as it is in a "much stronger financial position".
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Time to take stock of Debenhams run-around refund policy16h Time to take stock of Debenhams run-around refund policy
They couldn’t supply two bridesmaid dresses but refused to give me my money back
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Climate change activists glue themselves to London Stock Exchange16h Climate change activists glue themselves to London Stock Exchange
Members of Extinction Rebellion have glued themselves to the London Stock Exchange as part of protests against climate change.
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Belt and Road: China pushes Belt and Road to world leaders16h Belt and Road: China pushes Belt and Road to world leaders
The leaders' summit comes as China faces growing criticism over its massive infrastructure programme.
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Dare to declare capitalism dead – before it takes us all down with it | George Monbiot17h Dare to declare capitalism dead – before it takes us all down with it | George Monbiot
The economic system is incompatible with the survival of life on Earth. It is time to design a new oneFor most of my adult life I’ve railed against “corporate capitalism”, “consumer capitalism” and “crony capitalism”. It took me a long time to see that the problem is not the adjective but the noun. While some people have rejected capitalism gladly and swiftly, I’ve done so slowly and reluctantly. Part of the reason was that I could see no clear alternative: unlike some anti-capitalists, I have never been an enthusiast for state communism. I was also inhibited by its religious status. To say “capitalism is failing” in the 21st century is like saying “God is dead” in the 19th: it is secular blasphemy. It requires a degree of self-confidence I did not possess. But as I’ve grown older, I’ve come to recognise two things. First, that it is the system, rather than any variant of the system, that drives us inexorably towards disaster. Second, that you do not have to produce a definitive alternative to say that capitalism is failing. The statement stands in its own right. But it also demands another, and different, effort to develop a new system.
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Nissan Warns Investors of a 45 Percent Drop in Profit18h Updated Nissan Warns Investors of a 45 Percent Drop in Profit
The company, facing weaker U.S. sales, issued its second downward revision in two months as it attempts to move on since Carlos Ghosn’s arrest.
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Boeing Reports Slide in Earnings and Admits Future Is Hazy18h Updated Boeing Reports Slide in Earnings and Admits Future Is Hazy
The aviation giant, which is dealing with the fallout from its troubled 737 Max jet, declined to provide its customary full-year sales and profit forecast.
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Tesla Posts Big Quarterly Loss as Its Electric-Car Sales Lag21h Updated Tesla Posts Big Quarterly Loss as Its Electric-Car Sales Lag
The $702 million loss exceeded expectations, but the company reaffirmed its guidance on the year’s deliveries. It said it was open to raising capital.
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in her words: Pretty Can Hurt Women’s Careers21h Updated in her words: Pretty Can Hurt Women’s Careers
A new study finds that attractive businesswomen are considered less trustworthy and less truthful — what researchers called the “femme fatale effect.”
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Facebook Expects to Be Fined Up to $5 Billion by F.T.C. Over Privacy Issues22h Updated Facebook Expects to Be Fined Up to $5 Billion by F.T.C. Over Privacy Issues
Facebook and the agency have been in negotiations over a financial penalty for claims that the company violated a 2011 consent decree.
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Occidental Bids $38 Billion for Anadarko, Challenging Chevron23h Updated Occidental Bids $38 Billion for Anadarko, Challenging Chevron
Occidental Petroleum announced a $38 billion bid for Anadarko Petroleum, challenging Chevron for control of the independent oil and gas company.
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Is China losing the battle against an incurable pig virus?23h Is China losing the battle against an incurable pig virus?
Global pork prices could rise sharply as African swine fever decimates China's pig population.
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UK growth likely to rise above 1.5% next year, says thinktank23h UK growth likely to rise above 1.5% next year, says thinktank
Plans to ease austerity slightly over next five years are not believable, according to NIESR Britain’s growth rate will bounce back above 1.5% next year as ministers exceed existing public spending budgets to cope with
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Curbing pensioner benefits could help the young, says report23h Curbing pensioner benefits could help the young, says report
Lords committee calls for free TV licences for over-75s and other perks to be scrapped
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Aldi accused of copying pram shade23h Aldi accused of copying pram shade
Entrepreneur Cara Sayer says the supermarket chain has copied her product, a claim it denies.
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How have Airbnb and short lets changed Edinburgh?23h How have Airbnb and short lets changed Edinburgh?
A lettings agent and long-term resident give their take on how the growth of Airbnb and short term lets have changed Edinburgh.
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Premier League wage bill surges to £2.9bn23h Premier League wage bill surges to £2.9bn
Having five teams doing well in the Champions League helped push clubs' total revenue up to £4.8bn.
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Tesla reports $702m quarterly loss23h Tesla reports $702m quarterly loss
The US electric car and battery maker said it would return to profit in the third quarter.
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Tesla Quarterly Loss Is Bigger Than Foreseen: $702 Million24h Updated Tesla Quarterly Loss Is Bigger Than Foreseen: $702 Million
Underperforming sales of electric cars took a toll on the bottom line, but the automaker reaffirmed its guidance on the year’s deliveries.
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Ford to Invest $500 Million in Rivian, a Tesla Rival24h Updated Ford to Invest $500 Million in Rivian, a Tesla Rival
Rivian is developing a pickup and an S.U.V. on a chassis that Ford plans to use for models of its own. Two months ago, Amazon led a $700 million investment.
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Scientists Create Speech From Brain Signals24h Updated Scientists Create Speech From Brain Signals
A prosthetic voice decodes what the brain intends to say and generates (mostly) understandable speech, no muscle movement needed.
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Facebook sets aside $3bn for privacy probe25h Facebook sets aside $3bn for privacy probe
The social media giant said sales for the first three months of the year leapt 26% to $15.08bn
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The over-50s cruises-to-insurance firm has been struggling to keep investors happy over the past year, amid a price war in insurance prompted by increased competition and price comparison sites.
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Profits soar as Primark defies High St gloom and hikes its interim dividend by 3%25h Profits soar as Primark defies High St gloom and hikes its interim dividend by 3%
The retailer shrugged off a boom in online shopping that is crippling other chains as customers continued to flock to its stores to snap up £2 sunglasses and £10 dresses.
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How Huawei wormed its way into UK: Former Chinese army chief on City charm offensive 25h How Huawei wormed its way into UK: Former Chinese army chief on City charm offensive 
Huawei's campus in China features replicas of European landmarks. The firm supplies kit to most of Britain's big mobile and internet providers. But it is at the centre of spying fears.
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Amigo appoints boss of rent-to-own business Brighthouse as its new chief exec25h Amigo appoints boss of rent-to-own business Brighthouse as its new chief exec
Hamish Paton will take the Amigo job this summer after more than a decade at Brighthouse, which sells white goods such as fridges to struggling buyers who have to make monthly payments.
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Ex-Provident Financial man joins rival Non-Standard Finance25h Ex-Provident Financial man joins rival Non-Standard Finance
Rob Anderson has taken a job at Non-Standard Finance (NSF), which has launched a hostile takeover bid for the Provvy. He was on Provvy’s board from 2009 to the end of 2018.
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Metro founder Vernon Hill faces court fight over ‘sexism’25h Metro founder Vernon Hill faces court fight over ‘sexism’
Hill, who set up Metro in 2010, is being sued by husband and wife Christopher and Natasha Ashton, co-founders of US pet insurance Fetch, where he is chairman and a major investor.
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Tory MP Johnny Mercer urged to quit second job linked to savings scandal25h Tory MP Johnny Mercer urged to quit second job linked to savings scandal
Johnny Mercer earns £85,000 a year for 20 hours a month at The Crucial Group, which trains army veterans in cyber security and is linked to London Capital & Finance.
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Facebook to set aside $3bn over investigation25h Facebook to set aside $3bn over investigation
The social media giant said sales for the first three months of the year leapt 26% to $15.08bn
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Facebook warns of $5bn hit over US regulator probe26h Facebook warns of $5bn hit over US regulator probe
Facebook has warned it could face a hit of up to $5bn as a result of an investigation by US regulators into its handling of user data.
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Hammond must seek answers from Bank of England hopefuls | Larry Elliott27h Hammond must seek answers from Bank of England hopefuls | Larry Elliott
With plenty of suitable candidates for governor, the chancellor needs to ask them the right questions Picture the scene. It is high summer at the UK Treasury. Outside in St James’s Park, the tourists are feeding the ducks but inside a selection panel is interviewing a shortlist of candidates to be the next governor of the Bank of England. Attracting
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Boeing: global grounding of 737 Max will cost company more than $1bn28h Boeing: global grounding of 737 Max will cost company more than $1bn
Plane-maker says it’s abandoned 2019 financial outlook and halted share buybacks in mid-March as it deals with crisis
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Boeing sees $1 billion in extra cost on 737 MAX28h Boeing sees $1 billion in extra cost on 737 MAX
Boeing Co on Wednesday abandoned its 2019 financial outlook because of uncertainty surrounding the 737 Max fleet, which continues to remain grounded after two deadly crashes.
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Boeing uncertain how 737 crashes will hit profits28h Updated Boeing uncertain how 737 crashes will hit profits
Boeing still does not know how the crisis over the safety of its 737 Max jets will hit its financial performance.
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Europe Isn’t Feeling Much Pain From Trump Tariffs, Central Bank Says28h Europe Isn’t Feeling Much Pain From Trump Tariffs, Central Bank Says
A study by the European Central Bank says tariffs on steel and aluminum have caused only modest economic damage, but have rattled business confidence.
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Chancellor manages to miss government borrowing target by £1.9bn despite 17 year low in the deficit29h Chancellor manages to miss government borrowing target by £1.9bn despite 17 year low in the deficit
Public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, fell by £17.2billion to £24.7billion for the year to March, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.
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Stamp duty take falls by £1bn in a year but home sales steady29h Stamp duty take falls by £1bn in a year but home sales steady
Figures published today by HM Revenue & Customs show the tax take from stamp duty has fallen to £11.9billion, down from £12.9billion a year earlier.
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29h Updated Made in China, Exported to the World: The Surveillance State
In Ecuador, cameras capture footage to be examined by police and domestic intelligence. The surveillance system’s origin: China.
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FTSE LIVE: Primark and Boohoo profits surge; UK stocks at 6-month high30h Updated FTSE LIVE: Primark and Boohoo profits surge; UK stocks at 6-month high
The FTSE 100 closed down 51.32 points at 7471.75 and the pound was at $1.29 against the dollar.
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Global grounding of Boeing 737 Max will cost company more than $1bn30h Updated Global grounding of Boeing 737 Max will cost company more than $1bn
Boeing says it’s abandoned its 2019 financial outlook and halted share buybacks in mid-March as it deals with the crisis The global grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max jets will cost the company more than $1bn, the company said on Wednesday. The jets
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Easyjet bans nuts on all flights to protect passengers30h Updated Easyjet bans nuts on all flights to protect passengers
Airline to stop passengers eating nuts on flights if other passengers suffer an allergy.
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Disney Heiress Escalates Attack on Company’s Pay Practices30h Disney Heiress Escalates Attack on Company’s Pay Practices
In an opinion column, Abigail Disney railed against what she calls the “naked indecency’’ of the practices. Disney disputed her assertions.
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Boeing Earnings Slide After Two Deadly Crashes30h Updated Boeing Earnings Slide After Two Deadly Crashes
The company said that increased costs and fewer deliveries associated with its troubled 737 aircraft had cost it more than $1 billion.
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Julia Angwin Is Out as Editor of New Tech Watchdog Site The Markup30h Updated Julia Angwin Is Out as Editor of New Tech Watchdog Site The Markup
Ms. Angwin was one of three founders of The Markup, which is dedicated to investigating technology and its effects on society. Five journalists resigned.
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Capitalism in crisis: City advisers issue stark warning over fat cat pay31h Updated Capitalism in crisis: City advisers issue stark warning over fat cat pay
The public is no longer willing to tolerate bosses pocketing thousands of times the average wage, advisers at investor group Pirc have warned. Pictured: Ex Persimmon boss Jeff Fairburn.
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Philip Hammond starts search for next Bank of England governor31h Philip Hammond starts search for next Bank of England governor
Recruitment process starts nine months before Mark Carney’s departure and is being run by all-female management team The search for the next governor of the
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UK deficit hits 17-year low; Bank of England governor search launched - business live31h Updated UK deficit hits 17-year low; Bank of England governor search launched - business live
The search for a replacement for Mark Carney begins and chancellor Hammond testifies to the Treasury committee
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Blockbuster Battle Between Steven Spielberg and Netflix Fizzles31h Updated Blockbuster Battle Between Steven Spielberg and Netflix Fizzles
Mr. Spielberg, a Hollywood titan for more than four decades, has been cast as an anti-streaming Luddite. The reality is more complex.
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To TV Writers, Pay Fight With Agents Has Another Villain: Wall Street32h To TV Writers, Pay Fight With Agents Has Another Villain: Wall Street
As private-equity funds take big stakes in talent firms, the clients feel shortchanged, pointing to conflicts of interest in the packaging of deals.
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Put down your iPhone, Apple chief suggests32h Put down your iPhone, Apple chief suggests
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has told a summit that the company doesn't want customers to spend all of their time on its devices.
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Henry W. Bloch, Tax-Preparation Pioneer (and Pitchman), Is Dead at 9632h Updated Henry W. Bloch, Tax-Preparation Pioneer (and Pitchman), Is Dead at 96
With his brother Richard, Mr. Bloch founded H&R Block, one of the most recognizable brands in American business.
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Virgin calls for rail shake-up to end standing on long-distance routes32h Virgin calls for rail shake-up to end standing on long-distance routes
Long-distance rail routes should become reservation-only services, doing away with the need for standing, under a shake-up proposed by Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group.
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Phones4u founder vows to leave UK to avoid higher taxes32h Phones4u founder vows to leave UK to avoid higher taxes
John Caudwell said super-rich would emigrate if Jeremy Corbyn became prime minister John Caudwell, the billionaire founder of Phones4u, has vowed to leave the UK for tax-free Monaco if Jeremy Corbyn becomes prime minister to avoid higher taxes. With an £1.6bn fortune, Caudwell, 66, is the UK’s 87th richest person, according to the Sunday Times Rich List. He said he and other wealthy Britons would emigrate to escape Corbyn’s proposed wealth tax.
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To TV Writers, Pay Fight With Agents Has Another Villain: Wall St.32h To TV Writers, Pay Fight With Agents Has Another Villain: Wall St.
As private-equity funds take big stakes in talent firms, the clients feel shortchanged, pointing to conflicts of interest in the packaging of deals.
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As Europe builds its 5G network, security – not cost – must come first | Julian King32h As Europe builds its 5G network, security – not cost – must come first | Julian King
Concerns over Chinese involvement via Huawei underline why a risk-based approach to cybersecurity is vital
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Speed camera tolerances across Britain revealed33h Updated Speed camera tolerances across Britain revealed
Of the 45 UK police forces contacted, 33 responded - though 9 refused to disclose the tolerances they set. In most cases, the activation figure is 10 per cent plus 2mph over the limit.
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DealBook Briefing: The Stock Markets Hit a Record High34h DealBook Briefing: The Stock Markets Hit a Record High
Stock investors are looking beyond the threats of trade wars, softening economies and lackluster earnings to push the markets to new heights.
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Names in the frame to be Bank of England governor34h Updated Names in the frame to be Bank of England governor
From Raghuram Rajan to Janet Yellen or Andy Haldane, who is in running to succeed Mark Carney? As the chancellor
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Could self-braking trolley stop children causing chaos?34h Could self-braking trolley stop children causing chaos?
A shopping trolley that is able to brake automatically when a possible collision is detected has been invented to prevent children causing chaos as their parents do the food shop.
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Wanted: New Bank of England boss34h Updated Wanted: New Bank of England boss
The government is using a recruitment firm for the first time suggesting it is broadening its search.
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Boeing suspends forecasts as 737 MAX crisis weighs34h Boeing suspends forecasts as 737 MAX crisis weighs
Boeing has reported a 21% dip in first quarter profits as its 737 MAX airliners remain grounded worldwide following two crashes.
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Toyota Prius is the new car that makes owners happiest34h Updated Toyota Prius is the new car that makes owners happiest
The Toyota Prius is a firm favourite among eco-conscious celebrities and cabbies - but a new report suggests more of us should be considering the hybrid-powered Japanese model.
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Government borrowing lowest for 17 years35h Updated Government borrowing lowest for 17 years
Full-year borrowing was still higher than the government's independent forecaster expected.
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Huawei row: UK to let Chinese firm help build 5G network35h Updated Huawei row: UK to let Chinese firm help build 5G network
The US wants its intelligence allies, including the UK, to exclude the Chinese telecoms giant.
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The Chic Octogenarian Behind Barbie’s Best Looks35h Updated The Chic Octogenarian Behind Barbie’s Best Looks
Meet Carol Spencer, doll dresser extraordinaire and unsung doyenne of American fashion history.
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Ban standing on long distance trains, says Virgin35h Ban standing on long distance trains, says Virgin
The train operator calls for reservation-only seating, in proposals to the government's rail review.
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Primark toasts bumper profits as the fashion firm opens new stores35h Updated Primark toasts bumper profits as the fashion firm opens new stores
Primark is one of the few High Street retailers that does not sell its wares online. It trades from more than 360 stores - 15 million sq ft of selling space - and recently opened its biggest ever shop in Birmingham.
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UK deficit hits 17-year low; Bank of England governor sought - business live36h Updated UK deficit hits 17-year low; Bank of England governor sought - business live
The search for a replacement for Mark Carney begins and chancellor Hammond testifies to the Treasury committee
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Hammond misses budget target but deficit at 17-year low36h Hammond misses budget target but deficit at 17-year low
Higher government spending in the run-up to Brexit helped the chancellor miss his full-year borrowing target, despite the budget deficit sinking to its lowest level for 17 years.
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Interserve finance chief quits weeks after rescue deal36h Interserve finance chief quits weeks after rescue deal
The finance chief of Interserve, one of Britain’s largest outsourcers, is stepping down just weeks after the company was taken over by its lenders in a rescue deal.
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WWE money circus comes to Britain: is sports tourism becoming popular?36h Updated WWE money circus comes to Britain: is sports tourism becoming popular?
Next month, the WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) circus comes to Britain - we take a look at the billion dollar sport.
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Aston Martin reveals the 211mph DBS Superleggera Volante - its fastest convertible ever37h Aston Martin reveals the 211mph DBS Superleggera Volante - its fastest convertible ever
Costing from £247,500, the sumptuous drop-top super grand tourer - which bosses say blends both both beauty and beast - is powered by a mighty 5.2-litre twin-turbo V12 engine capable of hitting 211mph.
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UK deficit hits 17-year low; New Bank of England governor sought - business live37h UK deficit hits 17-year low; New Bank of England governor sought - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as the search for a replacement for Mark Carney begins
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Coventry BS bumps rate up 0.02% to top best buy cash Isas37h Updated Coventry BS bumps rate up 0.02% to top best buy cash Isas
Britain’s second largest mutual now pays 1.47 per cent, leapfrogging previous table topper Kent Reliance’s 1.46 per cent rate.
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VICTORIA BISCHOFF: Watchdog must step in to protect travellers from holiday hazards37h Updated VICTORIA BISCHOFF: Watchdog must step in to protect travellers from holiday hazards
Whether you're cruising the Caribbean or camping in Cornwall — we all look forward to a good getaway. So having to cancel a holiday is bitterly disappointing, and few would do it lightly.
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What if it really was YOU who scooped a jackpot? Lottery advisers share their secrets37h Updated What if it really was YOU who scooped a jackpot? Lottery advisers share their secrets
We've all imagined the moment. The lottery numbers are in and one by one you check them off. Eureka! You've only gone and scooped the jackpot! But what happens next?
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Save the planet and money! 20 tips to save £2,500 a year37h Save the planet and money! 20 tips to save £2,500 a year
There is a misconception that 'going green' is expensive. But you don't need to spend thousands on solar panels or buy only pricey organic food to save the planet.
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Europe Not Feeling Much Pain From Trump Tariffs, Central Bank Says38h Updated Europe Not Feeling Much Pain From Trump Tariffs, Central Bank Says
A study by the European Central Bank says that tariffs on steel and aluminum have caused only modest economic damage, but have rattled business confidence.
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Stephen Moore’s Columns Deriding Women Raise New Questions for Trump Fed Pick38h Updated Stephen Moore’s Columns Deriding Women Raise New Questions for Trump Fed Pick
Mr. Moore’s past columns and appearances contain potential roadblocks to confirmation — including a history of writing about women in unflattering terms.
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Nissan cuts profit forecast for second time38h Nissan cuts profit forecast for second time
Nissan has warned it expects annual profits to be at their weakest since its 2009/10 financial year as costs mount and sales are hit in the wake of the Carlos Ghosn scandal.
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Beware the £470m home rental tax trap for accidental landlords38h Updated Beware the £470m home rental tax trap for accidental landlords
Earlier this month, the Government put forward plans to scrap two types of tax relief for landlords who sell a property that was once their main home. The tax grab will come in from April 6, 2020.
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ASK TONY: I want to transfer my pension to a Sipp38h ASK TONY: I want to transfer my pension to a Sipp
I would like to transfer my defined benefit local government pension to a self-invested personal pension (Sipp). This is about flexibility, rather than whether I will make more or less money by doing so.
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Why was it so easy for a crook to open a bank account with a £500 overdraft facility in my name? 38h Updated Why was it so easy for a crook to open a bank account with a £500 overdraft facility in my name? 
One night last spring, after I'd gone to bed in my Suffolk home, a criminal somewhere in the world went on to the Bank of Scotland website and opened a fraudulent bank account in my name.
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Majestic Wine may sell all of its 200 UK stores as it shifts its focus to its online business38h Updated Majestic Wine may sell all of its 200 UK stores as it shifts its focus to its online business
Rothschild will sound out buyers and has approached private equity firms to see if there is any interest in its shops, many of them sprawling warehouses.
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£10 a day fines for late tax returns start next week38h Updated £10 a day fines for late tax returns start next week
Around 731,000 people missed the January 31 deadline, and if they do not act before April 30, they will be fined £10 a day for up to 90 days plus a £100 late filing charge.
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Search begins for next Bank of England governor - business live38h Updated Search begins for next Bank of England governor - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as the search for a replacement for Mark Carney begins
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Beware the £470m home rental tax trap38h Updated Beware the £470m home rental tax trap
Earlier this month, the Government put forward plans to scrap two types of tax relief for landlords who sell a property that was once their main home. The tax grab will come in from April 6, 2020.
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Save the planet and your cash! 20 little changes that could give you £2,500 extra a year38h Updated Save the planet and your cash! 20 little changes that could give you £2,500 extra a year
There is a misconception that 'going green' is expensive. But you don't need to spend thousands on solar panels or buy only pricey organic food to save the planet.
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ASK TONY: I want to transfer my pension to a Sipp but greedy financial advisers want to take a slice38h Updated ASK TONY: I want to transfer my pension to a Sipp but greedy financial advisers want to take a slice
I would like to transfer my defined benefit local government pension to a self-invested personal pension (Sipp). This is about flexibility, rather than whether I will make more or less money by doing so.
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Search for next Bank of England governor begins - business live39h Search for next Bank of England governor begins - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as the search for a replacement for Mark Carney begins
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Search begins for new Bank of England governor40h Search begins for new Bank of England governor
The chancellor is starting the process to find a new governor of the Bank of England as Mark Carney's extended tenure nears its end.
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Lifetime guarantee. So what does that mean, exactly?40h Lifetime guarantee. So what does that mean, exactly?
When my Kohler Daryl shower developed a fault I was asked to pay for the repair
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Almost 2m people will lose £1,000 a year with universal credit – study41h Almost 2m people will lose £1,000 a year with universal credit – study
Those on disability benefits and low incomes will be among worst affected, IFS concludes Almost 2 million people will lose more than £1,000 a year following
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Ballooning executive pay is at last coming under scrutiny41h Ballooning executive pay is at last coming under scrutiny
In the 1980s FTSE 100 bosses were paid 20 times their staff’s average, now that pay gap is 129 times Over the weekend, an heir to the Walt Disney fortune
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