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Post-Brexit immigration plan would damage UK economy, May told32m Post-Brexit immigration plan would damage UK economy, May told
CBI conference delegates fear shortage of workers after ‘pulling up the drawbridge’ to EU The leaders of Britain’s biggest businesses have told Theresa May to urgently rethink her post-Brexit immigration plan, warning it would trigger labour shortages and cause “worrying” damage to the UK economy. Despite a broadly warm reception for the prime minister and cautious backing for her
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TalkTalk hack attack: Friends jailed for cyber crimes35m Updated TalkTalk hack attack: Friends jailed for cyber crimes
Matthew Hanley, 23, and Connor Allsopp, 21, accessed customers' information during the cyber attack.
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FTSE LIVE: TSB names new boss; Brexit in the spotlight as the pound and FTSE jump at the open39m Updated FTSE LIVE: TSB names new boss; Brexit in the spotlight as the pound and FTSE jump at the open
The FTSE 100 closed down 12.99 points at 7000.89 and the pound was at $1.28 against the dollar.
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Bitcoin falls below $5,00045m Bitcoin falls below $5,000
The fall brings the total value of all Bitcoin in existence to below $87bn.
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PM tells CBI: Brexit deal will set UK on path to prosperity50m Updated PM tells CBI: Brexit deal will set UK on path to prosperity
Theresa May attempts to seize initiative back from critics with speech emphasising positive aspects of Brexit
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Carlos Ghosn, Nissan Renault chief, arrest in Japan1h 13m Carlos Ghosn, Nissan Renault chief, arrest in Japan
Shares slide after executive is alleged to have understated income on financial statements
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1h 14m Wall Street Hit by Apple Slide, Trade Woes
U.S. stocks fell on Monday, as a slide in Apple's shares on concerns about iPhone demand hit its suppliers and the technology sector, with mixed signals over the state of play between the United States and China on trade dispute adding to the weakness.
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Aldyr Schlee, Designer of Brazilian Soccer Team’s Iconic Jersey, Dies at 831h 29m Aldyr Schlee, Designer of Brazilian Soccer Team’s Iconic Jersey, Dies at 83
Mr. Schlee won a contest, though he was skeptical about the rules: The design had to include the blue, green, white and yellow of the Brazilian flag.
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Meanwhile: How Californians Are Breathing in the ‘New Abnormal’ of Epic Fires1h 36m Updated Meanwhile: How Californians Are Breathing in the ‘New Abnormal’ of Epic Fires
An illustrated look at the face masks that are now everywhere on the streets of San Francisco and other smoke-ridden cities.
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Breakingviews: Consolidation Might Solve Some of Asia’s Big Airline Issues1h 52m Breakingviews: Consolidation Might Solve Some of Asia’s Big Airline Issues
Too many carriers, with too many planes, offering cheap fares have left the industry on its knees. M.&.A. could fix that.
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Fury of the expats whose pensions frozen in time1h 54m Updated Fury of the expats whose pensions frozen in time
Campaigners are fighting to end a 70-year reign of injustice that has resulted in more than half a million retired expats receiving a poor pension deal – simply because of where they live.
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Neil Woodford denies conspiring to ‘injure’ infrastructure firm Stobart1h 59m Neil Woodford denies conspiring to ‘injure’ infrastructure firm Stobart
Woodford, founder of Woodford Investment Management, told the High Court on Monday that he was shocked at allegations made by Stobart Group bosses.
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Pair jailed over TalkTalk hack which stole customer data2h Pair jailed over TalkTalk hack which stole customer data
Two men have been jailed for their roles in a hack where the data of about 157,000 TalkTalk customers was stolen.
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Founder’s Big Idea to Revive BuzzFeed’s Fortunes? A Merger With Rivals2h Founder’s Big Idea to Revive BuzzFeed’s Fortunes? A Merger With Rivals
Jonah Peretti, the chief executive, says his company could eventually merge with other online publishers in order to negotiate better terms with tech platforms like Facebook.
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Why central bank digital currencies will destroy bitcoin | Nouriel Roubini3h Updated Why central bank digital currencies will destroy bitcoin | Nouriel Roubini
Central banks should issue their own digital currencies to replace a crisis-prone banking system and shut out cryptocurrencies The world’s central bankers have begun to discuss the idea of
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Breakingviews: The Chip Industry Can’t Seem to Escape Its Boom-and-Bust Past3h Breakingviews: The Chip Industry Can’t Seem to Escape Its Boom-and-Bust Past
As new fields demanded huge computing power, top chip manufacturers seemed invulnerable. Now shrinking sales suggest they’re still highly vulnerable.
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Why industry can combat climate change3h Why industry can combat climate change
Cutting emissions from heavy industry would generate savings and boost economic growth, commission argues.
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Should you do shared ownership in London now you save on stamp duty?4h Updated Should you do shared ownership in London now you save on stamp duty?
Our friends have been encouraging us to consider shared ownership properties. They say they're cheaper to buy, and there's no stamp duty to pay. But how does it work?
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Libraries, Gardens, Museums. Oh, and a Clothing Store.4h Updated Libraries, Gardens, Museums. Oh, and a Clothing Store.
Shopping areas in Asia are about the experience, not just the retail sale.
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PM faces down rebel Cabinet ministers and ‘lemming’ MPs4h Updated PM faces down rebel Cabinet ministers and ‘lemming’ MPs
The Prime Minister is mounting another robust defence of the package thrashed out with Brussels despite the rising threat of a no-confidence vote by her own MPs.
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Nissan Chairman, Carlos Ghosn, Is Arrested Over Financial Misconduct4h Nissan Chairman, Carlos Ghosn, Is Arrested Over Financial Misconduct
The company said that Mr. Ghosn had underreported his compensation to the financial authorities for several years and that it was cooperating with Japanese prosecutors.
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Chairman of Nissan arrested for alleged misconduct and using company money4h Chairman of Nissan arrested for alleged misconduct and using company money
Carlos Ghosn was questioned by prosecutors in Tokyo today and arrested on suspicion of under-reporting his salary, according to reports in Japan.
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Rugeley coal plant to be transformed into a sustainable village4h Rugeley coal plant to be transformed into a sustainable village
Energy firm plans to build 2,000 homes powered by solar panels on the Staffordshire site An old coal power station is set to be transformed into a “sustainable village” of 2,000 homes powered by solar panels, in the biggest redevelopment yet of a former UK power plant. French firm Engie said it had decided against selling off the
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Nissan Renault chief Carlos Ghosn accused of serious misconduct - business live5h Nissan Renault chief Carlos Ghosn accused of serious misconduct - business live
One of the world’s most powerful auto bosses is accused of under-reporting his salary over many years
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A $12 Billion Program to Help Farmers Stung by Trump’s Trade War Has Aided Few5h A $12 Billion Program to Help Farmers Stung by Trump’s Trade War Has Aided Few
Only $838 million has been paid out so far, despite a promised $12 billion in subsidies to farmers whose products have been retaliated against in the trade war.
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DealBook Briefing: Nissan’s Chairman Faces Criminal Charges Over Secret Compensation5h Updated DealBook Briefing: Nissan’s Chairman Faces Criminal Charges Over Secret Compensation
Japanese prosecutors are said to be preparing to arrest Carlos Ghosn over accusations that he underreported his salary by millions of dollars.
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UK house prices fall an average of £5,000 in the last month5h UK house prices fall an average of £5,000 in the last month
The average asking price of a newly marketed property is 0.2 per cent, or £607, less, property website Rightmove found. This is the first year-on-year fall in asking prices since 2011.
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Nissan Plans to Oust Carlos Ghosn as Chairman Over Financial Misconduct6h Nissan Plans to Oust Carlos Ghosn as Chairman Over Financial Misconduct
The company said that Mr. Ghosn had underreported his compensation to the financial authorities for several years and that it was cooperating with Japanese prosecutors.
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The Hut Group changes chair in board shake-up6h The Hut Group changes chair in board shake-up
The Hut Grou‎p, the online beauty retailer which is one of Britain's biggest technology companies, will this week announce a board shake-up including the departure of its chairman.
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Theresa May seeks business support for Brexit plan6h Theresa May seeks business support for Brexit plan
The PM is stressing immigration changes in a CBI speech - amid the threat of a leadership challenge.
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TSB appoints Debbie Crosbie as new chief in wake of IT meltdown7h Updated TSB appoints Debbie Crosbie as new chief in wake of IT meltdown
CYBG executive will replace Paul Pester, who stepped down after crisis, next year TSB has appointed CYBG’s Debbie Crosbie as its chief executive to succeed
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The Biggest, Richest Cities Won Amazon, and Everything Else. What Now for the Rest?7h The Biggest, Richest Cities Won Amazon, and Everything Else. What Now for the Rest?
Various approaches could lessen the economic shocks that globalization and technological change have delivered. Some might even be bipartisan.
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Hold your nerve as market robots give UK shares a hammering after Brexit talks7h Updated MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Hold your nerve as market robots give UK shares a hammering after Brexit talks
Thursday was a torrid day in the markets. Almost every share with heavy exposure to the British economy fell as investors panicked over the sight of Theresa May's Brexit deal appearing to unravel.
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FTSE 100 shares that raised dividends every year for a decade7h Updated FTSE 100 shares that raised dividends every year for a decade
There are 15 FTSE 100 stocks that have increased payouts to investors every year for a decade and delivered an exceptional return on investment, according to AJ Bell research.
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Two water towers in Essex converted into a £1.6m home for sale7h Updated Two water towers in Essex converted into a £1.6m home for sale
The five-bedroom home, in Halstead, Essex, has large Wizard of Oz and Les Miserables theatre signs in one of the main living areas which makes an ideal entertaining spot.
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Many popular Black Friday products are far cheaper at other times of the year data shows7h Updated Many popular Black Friday products are far cheaper at other times of the year data shows
With exactly a week until Black Friday, millions of bargain hunters are gearing up to hit the sales, either online or in store - but data shows it's not all it's cracked up to be.
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Badi launches a Tinder-style flatmate and landlord finder7h Badi launches a Tinder-style flatmate and landlord finder
Carlos Pierre CEO and founder of Badi has vowed to shake up the UK lettings and classified market - and eradicate the need for them - with his flatmate finding service based on the Tinder business model.
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Follow the money: Are bank scammers about to be stopped in their tracks? The This is Money podcast7h Updated Follow the money: Are bank scammers about to be stopped in their tracks? The This is Money podcast
Editor Simon Lambert and host Georgie Frost talk about bank fraud and our long-running campaign to help protect our readers from the growing crime.
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Needing Growth, Uber Returns to Germany. This Time on Best Behavior.7h Needing Growth, Uber Returns to Germany. This Time on Best Behavior.
Uber retreated from many towns in Germany in 2015 after battling regulators. Now the ride-hailing company has re-entered the city of Düsseldorf.
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Trade war fears grow as US and China clash – business live8h Updated Trade war fears grow as US and China clash – business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as Mike Pence and Xi Jinping spar over trade policy again
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Troubled TSB hires CYBG veteran Debbie Crosbie to replace outgoing boss Paul Pester8h Troubled TSB hires CYBG veteran Debbie Crosbie to replace outgoing boss Paul Pester
Crosbie will take up the role in 2019 and joins after 20 years at rival CYBG, most recently as chief operating officer.
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UK power grid vulnerable as government failing on cyber security8h UK power grid vulnerable as government failing on cyber security
The government is failing to deliver on promises to protect the UK's critical national infrastructure (CNI) from cyber attacks, a report from a parliamentary committee has warned.
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TSB appoints Debbie Crosbie as new boss after IT fiasco8h Updated TSB appoints Debbie Crosbie as new boss after IT fiasco
Debbie Crosbie will replace Paul Pester who resigned after the IT meltdown at the bank.
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At last, a rail ombudsman... but will it have teeth?8h Updated At last, a rail ombudsman... but will it have teeth?
Long-suffering rail passengers will finally have access to an ombudsman by the end of this month. This follows half a million passenger complaints to train operators in the past year.
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Can my ex avoid sharing his pension with me by moving it abroad?8h Updated Can my ex avoid sharing his pension with me by moving it abroad?
I'm going through a divorce and I've heard that some people have got out of splitting their pension by quietly moving it abroad. How do I stop my ex doing this? Barrister Rhys Taylor, pictured, replies.
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Wonga City advisers are set to enjoy £4.1m bonanza while thousands of claimants lose out 8h Updated Wonga City advisers are set to enjoy £4.1m bonanza while thousands of claimants lose out 
A report by Grant Thornton – Wonga's administrator – says its accountants are charging on average £481 per hour for its services.
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Hotel Chocolat chief faces a rebellion as city adviser voices concerns8h Updated Hotel Chocolat chief faces a rebellion as city adviser voices concerns
Hotel Chocolat boss Andrew Gerrie has a 53.5 per cent stake in beauty products firm Rabot 1745 while Hotel Chocolat has 34.5 per cent.
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TONY HETHERINGTON: Air Canada failed to take off a £4k block on my card8h Updated TONY HETHERINGTON: Air Canada failed to take off a £4k block on my card
I used my HSBC Visa debit card to book flights with Air Canada costing £4,189. The airline 'blocked' this sum on my card but then two days later it collected the payment.
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Luxury homes for sale at Quinta do Lago resort in Portugal where Holly Willoughby hangs out.8h Updated Luxury homes for sale at Quinta do Lago resort in Portugal where Holly Willoughby hangs out.
New luxury homes that overlook the trendy drinking hotspot are being sold with price tags starting at £1.75million.
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Want to cut yearly train fares? Join the CommuterClub, which offers savings of up to £747 9h Updated Want to cut yearly train fares? Join the CommuterClub, which offers savings of up to £747 
Specialist financial services company CommuterClub aims to give a helping hand by enabling travellers to take a loan to cover the bill up front.
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Tread safely! How this 20p test on your car tyres could save a £2,500 fine - or even your life9h Updated Tread safely! How this 20p test on your car tyres could save a £2,500 fine - or even your life
To check your tyres, try the 20p test. Push the coin into the tread and if the outer rim disappears the tyre is legal.
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Can you trust one free app to keep all your passwords safe?9h Updated Can you trust one free app to keep all your passwords safe?
A password manager can be a vital tool to keep your personal information out of the hands of online criminals. But there is a potential dark side to this technology.
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Shares hit on claim Nissan chairman faces arrest9h Shares hit on claim Nissan chairman faces arrest
Renault shares have hit their lowest level in three years amid an unconfirmed report its chairman Carlos Ghosn faces arrest.
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Debbie Crosbie to lead TSB fightback from IT crisis10h Debbie Crosbie to lead TSB fightback from IT crisis
TSB has appointed a new chief executive to lead a fightback from its damaging IT migration failure earlier this year.
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Should I remortgage for the final 18 months of my loan?10h Should I remortgage for the final 18 months of my loan?
I have an interest-only mortgage and I’m a bit concerned in case the rate goes up
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Why are there so many cracks in my insurance cover?10h Why are there so many cracks in my insurance cover?
There’s been nothing but delays and stalling from L&G with my subsidence claimWe read a recent article in Money titled
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Noel Edmonds likely to file £60m Lloyds lawsuit on Wednesday11h Noel Edmonds likely to file £60m Lloyds lawsuit on Wednesday
TV star, expected to join I’m a Celebrity this week, says gains will fund charity to help banking victims The TV and radio star Noel Edmonds, who is expected to join ITV’s I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here jungle camp this week, is also likely to fire the starting gun on a £60m lawsuit against Lloyds Bank. The Deal or No Deal star has also pledged to use a portion of any gains from the pending lawsuit to fund a charity for banking victims.
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Energy firms likely to miss smart meter deadline, warns Which?12h Energy firms likely to miss smart meter deadline, warns Which?
Which? says suppliers would have to triple their installation rate to reach the 2020 deadline.
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The Great Promise of China12h The Great Promise of China
Western money has been pouring into the country this fall. But is the lure of its billions of buyers masking what could be trouble ahead?
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Corner Office: Michael Evans of Alibaba on Singles Day and Olympic Rowing12h Corner Office: Michael Evans of Alibaba on Singles Day and Olympic Rowing
A longtime Goldman Sachs banker now helps oversee the Chinese e-commerce behemoth.
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Collaborations Make Inroads in the Luxury Market12h Collaborations Make Inroads in the Luxury Market
Some high-end brands, like Moncler and Tod’s, have decided that guest designers are the more modern version of creative directors.
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Shandong Ruyi and Fosun Vie for a Spot in Luxury’s Inner Circle12h Shandong Ruyi and Fosun Vie for a Spot in Luxury’s Inner Circle
Two of China’s largest conglomerates have been snapping up fashion brands in recent years.
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Know Your Chinese Social Media12h Know Your Chinese Social Media
From WeChat to Little Red Book, these platforms draw millions of users daily.
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Luxury Brands See Opportunity in ‘Made in Asia’12h Luxury Brands See Opportunity in ‘Made in Asia’
China and other Asian countries may be breaking the lock that Europe and the United States have had on the origin of high-end goods.
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In the Luxury Universe, Jobs Are Changing12h In the Luxury Universe, Jobs Are Changing
As the focus on customers deepens, brands are adding management jobs like chief consumer officer and chief experience officer to their ranks.
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In Luxury’s Future, It’s Personalized Everything12h In Luxury’s Future, It’s Personalized Everything
Industry leaders say technology is enabling personalization for everything from customer service to bespoke products.
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Slowing Global Growth May Lessen the Threat of Rising Rates13h Updated Slowing Global Growth May Lessen the Threat of Rising Rates
Officials at the Federal Reserve are becoming more mindful of a slowing global economy.
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The Facebook Movie Told Us What We Needed to Know About Mark Zuckerberg14h Updated The Facebook Movie Told Us What We Needed to Know About Mark Zuckerberg
Rewatching “The Social Network,” eight years later: What seemed like an underdog story at the time is now more of a warning.
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In ‘Digital India,’ Government Hands Out Free Phones to Win Votes14h Updated In ‘Digital India,’ Government Hands Out Free Phones to Win Votes
The leaders of one Indian state gave 2.9 million smartphones to residents, then used them to campaign for re-election. Others may copy the model.
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Amazon Kept HQ2 Under Wraps Using These Code Names14h Updated Amazon Kept HQ2 Under Wraps Using These Code Names
Amazon.com maintained secrecy among the 20 cities vying for its HQ2 operations by naming them after important corporate stakeholders—employees’ dogs.
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U.S. and China Square Off on Trade, and APEC Nations Duck for Cover15h Updated U.S. and China Square Off on Trade, and APEC Nations Duck for Cover
The clash between President Xi Jinping and Vice President Pence left the gathering of 21 nations in Papua New Guinea in disarray, and worried.
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GE Seeks Power Sales in Iraq, but Report Spotlights Corruption Concerns15h GE Seeks Power Sales in Iraq, but Report Spotlights Corruption Concerns
General Electric is seeking sales for struggling power unit, but faces a dilemma with Iraq, according to a consultant’s report prepared for the company. The nation needs multimillion-dollar gas turbines—and poses corruption problems.
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Pension age may go up AGAIN, forcing Britons to work into their 70s16h Pension age may go up AGAIN, forcing Britons to work into their 70s
The International Monetary Fund has called for sweeping changes in the system, warning that the UK was not making enough provision for health and pensions in the future.
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UK house prices fall by £5,000 on average, with south sliding fastest17h UK house prices fall by £5,000 on average, with south sliding fastest
Biggest November drop since 2012, with former hotspots hit hardest, says Rightmove House prices fell by more than £5,000 on average in November, sliding fastest in Britain’s wealthiest towns as Brexit uncertainty gripped the property market, according to the website Rightmove. In the largest November drop in prices since 2012, Rightmove said the average price of property coming to the market was down by 1.7%, or £5,222, on the month alone. It said the biggest falls were in London, where the typical asking price fell by £10,793 (a fall of 1.7%) and in the south-east of England, where prices were down £8,647 (2.1%).
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Thousands of UK workers denied toilet access, says Unite17h Thousands of UK workers denied toilet access, says Unite
Union points finger at high-street banks, construction sites and bus companies Thousands of people do not have access to basic toilet facilities in their workplace in the UK, according to a major union. Unite said it had uncovered evidence of staff at branches of big high-street banks being required to urinate in buckets, and construction sites failing to provide any female toilets.
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Black Friday will shift sales online and cut pre-Christmas footfall17h Black Friday will shift sales online and cut pre-Christmas footfall
Although high street will lose out further, online sales rise is slowing, says insight group Britain’s battered high streets will take another pounding this week with retail experts predicting that the
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Aldyr Schlee, Who Designed the Brazilian Soccer Team’s Iconic Jersey, Dies at 8318h Aldyr Schlee, Who Designed the Brazilian Soccer Team’s Iconic Jersey, Dies at 83
Mr. Schlee won a contest, though he was skeptical about the rules: The design had to include the blue, green, white and yellow of the Brazilian flag.
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Better Local Journalism, by Local Reporters, Is the Goal of a New Database18h Updated Better Local Journalism, by Local Reporters, Is the Goal of a New Database
Shoeleather aims to connect journalists outside New York, Washington, Los Angeles and San Francisco with editors across the country.
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Spotify, Pandora Turn to Podcasts for Listeners, Profits19h Spotify, Pandora Turn to Podcasts for Listeners, Profits
Music-streaming giants Spotify Technology and Pandora Media see new audiences and possible profits with an expansion into podcasts—if they can figure out a solid business model.
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Stalemate at APEC Forum Over U.S.-China Trade Dispute: ‘Entire World Is Worried’19h Updated Stalemate at APEC Forum Over U.S.-China Trade Dispute: ‘Entire World Is Worried’
The standoff left the gathering of 21 nations in Papua New Guinea without a joint statement to close the event for the first time in its history.
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Airbus lands major deal to build components in UK for two European satellites20h Airbus lands major deal to build components in UK for two European satellites
The deal with Eutelsat will see Airbus' sites in Portsmouth and Stevenage produce key parts of the satellites before they are shipped to France for assembly for a launch date in 2021.
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GlaxoSmithKline to raid Silicon Valley: UK firm lures tech stars to create blockbuster drugs20h GlaxoSmithKline to raid Silicon Valley: UK firm lures tech stars to create blockbuster drugs
Glaxo's technology chief Karenann Terrell has vowed to poach top talent from the likes of Google and Facebook as it overhauls its approach to discovering new drugs.
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RUTH SUNDERLAND: Ghost of its private equity past will still haunt Debenhams this Christmas20h RUTH SUNDERLAND: Ghost of its private equity past will still haunt Debenhams this Christmas
The next few weeks will be make-or-break for the ailing chain, as one of the worst years in its 240-year history limps to a close. It might well fall into the hands of Mike Ashley, who holds a large stake.
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US hedge fund boss threatens to launch coup against executives at First Group20h US hedge fund boss threatens to launch coup against executives at First Group
The transport company has lost 78 per cent of its value in the past ten years. A First Group spokesman insisted there were 'clear plans in place' for a turnaround.
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Finally, a Machine That Can Finish Your Sentence20h Finally, a Machine That Can Finish Your Sentence
Completing someone else’s thought is not an easy trick for A.I. But new systems are starting to crack the code of natural language.
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Black Friday Shoppers Beware: Online Shopping Gets More Complicated21h Black Friday Shoppers Beware: Online Shopping Gets More Complicated
As Americans gear up for the year-end shopping spree that marks its start with Black Friday, those who order online will have some tough choices to make.
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Global Economy Week Ahead: U.S. Housing Starts, Consumer Sentiment21h Global Economy Week Ahead: U.S. Housing Starts, Consumer Sentiment
In the week ahead, the U.S. will see fresh data on housing starts, durable goods, existing-home sales and consumer sentiment.
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Lion Air Crash Probe Eyes Sensor Hazards Stretching Back Years22h Lion Air Crash Probe Eyes Sensor Hazards Stretching Back Years
Investigators are examining how Boeing heeded earlier warnings on the potential hazards of flight-control-sensor failures similar to the one implicated in last month’s Lion Air jet crash.
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Embattled Theresa May to step up fightback22h Embattled Theresa May to step up fightback
Theresa May will step up her fightback against moves by Conservative MPs to oust her with a hard-hitting speech to business leaders on immigration.
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City picks Refinitiv ‎exec for key Brussels role26h City picks Refinitiv ‎exec for key Brussels role
A senior executive at one of the world's largest financial data businesses has been picked to spearhead the City's interests in Brussels amid protracted uncertainty about the future of Europe's biggest financial centre.
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Brexit: A guide to where we are27h Updated Brexit: A guide to where we are
Theresa May has agreed a draft Brexit deal with Brussels. What happens now?
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Make mental health as important as first aid, say business leaders27h Make mental health as important as first aid, say business leaders
Open letter, signed by unions and big employers, calls on PM to prioritise manifesto pledges Business leaders and unions have called for
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Black Friday 2018: the best UK deals as early offers get under way27h Black Friday 2018: the best UK deals as early offers get under way
Preparation is key to getting the best Black Friday deals, so try this handy guide to what’s on offer in the UK The countdown is on to Britain’s biggest shopping event – Black Friday – and with many high street retailers struggling, shoppers can expect to bag some good bargains. This year Black Friday falls on 23 November and will be followed three days later by Cyber Monday, probably the busiest day of the year for online shopping.
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U.S.-China Trade Dispute Leaves Asia-Pacific Forum Without Consensus27h U.S.-China Trade Dispute Leaves Asia-Pacific Forum Without Consensus
The standoff left the gathering of 21 nations in Papua New Guinea without a joint statement to close the event for the first time in its history.
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Times Insider: Making Business More Colorful29h Times Insider: Making Business More Colorful
A Q. and A. with Wendy MacNaughton, the illustrator of Meanwhile, a new column exploring the people, places and things we usually overlook.
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France Prepares to Get Tough on Firms That Pay Women Less29h France Prepares to Get Tough on Firms That Pay Women Less
Under a coming French law, companies that underpay women could be fined, an unusually strict approach even among countries that have turned up pressure on firms to bridge the divide.
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With Interest: The Week in Business: Facebook Is on the Defensive, and Black Friday Sales Start Early29h With Interest: The Week in Business: Facebook Is on the Defensive, and Black Friday Sales Start Early
Plus, the F.D.A. moves to ban flavored tobacco, Brexit hits the skids and Amazon’s HQ2 draws critics in New York.
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BA sues U.S. outsourcing giant CBRE over its computer chaos30h Updated BA sues U.S. outsourcing giant CBRE over its computer chaos
BA is suing CBRE in London's High Court over the Heathrow computer crash which forced the airline to cancel 672 flights over three days.
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Avoid shares in Government contractors, investors are warned30h Updated Avoid shares in Government contractors, investors are warned
In a report prepared by research group Equity Development, several firms were highlighted as 'best avoided' by investors.
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Eight best used electric cars on the market: What should you choose if you want to make the switch?30h Eight best used electric cars on the market: What should you choose if you want to make the switch?
James Fairclough, chief executive of AA Cars, has revealed exclusively to This is Money the eight best secondhand electric cars on the market.
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Apec summit ends without statement over US-China division31h Updated Apec summit ends without statement over US-China division
There is no formal leaders's statement for the first time amid competing visions for the region.
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Brexit: the big decision we didn’t even think about | William Keegan32h Brexit: the big decision we didn’t even think about | William Keegan
Before staying out of the euro, the UK commissioned 23 studies. Before leaving the EU, we didn’t commission one I don’t know much about driverless cars, but we have certainly got a driverless government. It was Gordon Brown who put his finger on the essence of the humiliating mess into which a dreadful Conservative administration has steered this once-proud nation. During a
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The tumbling oil price is a warning of turbulent times in the world economy32h The tumbling oil price is a warning of turbulent times in the world economy
Brent crude’s fall lifts the pressure on central banks to curb inflation. But it also reflects a decline in economic optimism After six weeks of falling, the oil price came to a pause last week. In the global ranking of economic events,
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Low-cost, long-haul flights take off … but is ‘budget’ really cheaper?33h Low-cost, long-haul flights take off … but is ‘budget’ really cheaper?
With the promise of great savings comes the inevitable catches It appears too good to be true – a short hop to Reykavik from Gatwick for £30; a flight from St Petersburg to Stansted for £23 and even one way to Chicago for £140. Budget travel is no longer just the preserve of the short journey. While Ryanair and easyJet have made their timetable of short hops around Europe synonymous with cheap fares, the number of long-haul operators offering low-cost journeys to more far-flung destinations has grown in recent years.
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