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An Irish Burger Chain Claims a Trademark Win Over McDonald’s1h 25m An Irish Burger Chain Claims a Trademark Win Over McDonald’s
At issue is the similarity between the name of Supermac’s, which has just over 100 outlets, and the Big Mac.
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Common Sense: Why Jeff Bezos’ Divorce Should Worry Amazon Investors1h 38m Updated Common Sense: Why Jeff Bezos’ Divorce Should Worry Amazon Investors
The Amazon chief’s split from his wife raises questions about the disposal of their enormous stake in the company he founded. Investors deserve answers.
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AT&T to Advertise on YouTube Again After a Nearly 2-Year Holdout2h Updated AT&T to Advertise on YouTube Again After a Nearly 2-Year Holdout
AT&T, one of the biggest advertisers in the U.S., had balked because offensive content too often accompanied its ads. Now it says YouTube has addressed the issue.
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PG&E Bankruptcy Could Deal Blow to Its Solar-Power Suppliers’ Finances2h PG&E Bankruptcy Could Deal Blow to Its Solar-Power Suppliers’ Finances
The California utility promises that its customers’ lights will stay on if it files for bankruptcy this month, but companies that supply it with electricity might have more to worry about.
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2h Updated Stocks Keep Climbing as Hopes for US-China Trade Deal Rise
Stocks in the U.S. and Europe jumped Friday as renewed hopes for progress in trade talks between the U.S. and China helped the markets finish the week with another strong gain.
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Can pubs stand many more Dry Januarys?2h Can pubs stand many more Dry Januarys?
The abstinence campaign may be good for our health but it has left pubs and brewers feeling nervous.
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Cheers! Pubs will add fizz to your portfolio: Glass is half full but beware the risk of a hangover 2h Cheers! Pubs will add fizz to your portfolio: Glass is half full but beware the risk of a hangover 
The four stock market-listed chains that have already revealed their winter trading results all reported higher sales than last time, kicking the New Year off with a bang.
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Dancing for joy: Wall Street banking boss Jamie Dimon earns £24m as JP Morgan outperforms its rivals2h Dancing for joy: Wall Street banking boss Jamie Dimon earns £24m as JP Morgan outperforms its rivals
Father of three Dimon (pictured) trousered a £1.2m salary and £3.9m cash bonus. Overall the 62-year-old’s pay was 5 per cent higher than in 2017.
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RAY MASSEY: Toyota flexes its muscle with a souped-up new Supra to take on Porsche2h RAY MASSEY: Toyota flexes its muscle with a souped-up new Supra to take on Porsche
Toyota's new fifth-generation two-seater muscle car coupe stole the headlines when the wraps finally came off — marking a return of the Supra name after 17 years.
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ALEX BRUMMER: Increasing uncertainty in the US as beleaguered Trump hits the brakes2h ALEX BRUMMER: Increasing uncertainty in the US as beleaguered Trump hits the brakes
When the Democrats regained control of the House of Representatives in November electing fiery Nancy Pelosi as speaker there was no shortage of predictions of turbulence for President Trump.
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PUNT OF THE WEEK: Posh fizzy drink firm Fever-Tree could still be bubbling after a sparkling run2h PUNT OF THE WEEK: Posh fizzy drink firm Fever-Tree could still be bubbling after a sparkling run
Fever-Tree floated just over four years ago, and anyone who invested £100 at that point would now have a holding worth around £1,570. It reports its full-year results next Thursday.
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Spread-betting company Plus 500 is most shorted firm on the London exchange2h Spread-betting company Plus 500 is most shorted firm on the London exchange
Plus 500 is under siege from hedge funds a share-price slump as it battles with tighter regulation. Investors are gambling on a drop in 12.4 per cent of its stock.
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Mattress tycoon saves hipster slipper firm Mahabis after its Christmas collapse2h Mattress tycoon saves hipster slipper firm Mahabis after its Christmas collapse
Mahabis was snapped up last night by James Cox’s venture capital firm YYX Capital. It means the jobs of all 16 staff are safe, although Mahabis boss Ankur Shah will leave.
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MARKET REPORT: Investors log off from cyber security firm Sophos after fall in clients2h MARKET REPORT: Investors log off from cyber security firm Sophos after fall in clients
The software firm said that billing grew just 2 per cent in the final three months of the year as higher spending from existing customers was largely offset by a decline in new clients.
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DIRECTOR DEALS: Former Stobart boss Andrew Tinkler sells shares worth £5.6m2h DIRECTOR DEALS: Former Stobart boss Andrew Tinkler sells shares worth £5.6m
Tinkler, 55, will also lose more than £500,000 from a stake he only just bought in Flybe. He spent around £968,000 on 31.8m shares in the struggling airline last week.
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Polls Show Government Shutdown Is Eroding Faith in Economy2h Updated Polls Show Government Shutdown Is Eroding Faith in Economy
Consumer-sentiment readings are declining, and more Americans rate President Trump’s economic policies poorly, as the impasse in Washington drags on.
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Tesla to Cut 3,000 Jobs in Bid to Sell Model 3 to Mass Market3h Updated Tesla to Cut 3,000 Jobs in Bid to Sell Model 3 to Mass Market
The reductions, which amount to 7 percent of Tesla’s work force, were necessary for the company to remain viable, Elon Musk wrote in an email to employees.
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Brexit: Liam Fox yet to seal no-deal trade agreements3h Brexit: Liam Fox yet to seal no-deal trade agreements
International trade secretary says other countries must "put the work in" ahead of possible no-deal Brexit.
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The Things John Bogle Taught Us: Humility, Ethics and Simplicity3h Updated The Things John Bogle Taught Us: Humility, Ethics and Simplicity
Personal finance luminaries and everyday investors share lessons from the late Vanguard founder.
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in her words: Women’s March 2019: Here’s What to Know if You Can’t Keep Up4h Updated in her words: Women’s March 2019: Here’s What to Know if You Can’t Keep Up
Marchers will take to the streets on Saturday, despite recent tensions and competing marches in New York.
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DealBook Briefing: Report on Trade Talks Lifts Global Markets4h Updated DealBook Briefing: Report on Trade Talks Lifts Global Markets
Investors cheered a report from the WSJ that said the Treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin, had suggested ending some or all tariffs against China.
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Study Links Drug Maker Gifts for Doctors to More Overdose Deaths4h Updated Study Links Drug Maker Gifts for Doctors to More Overdose Deaths
Counties where doctors got more meals, trips and consulting fees from opioid makers had higher overdose deaths involving prescription opioids.
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HSBC cuts mortgage rates across its entire loan-to-value range as lender price war rumbles on5h Updated HSBC cuts mortgage rates across its entire loan-to-value range as lender price war rumbles on
HSBC has slashed the rates on its fixed and tracker mortgages across its full range of loan-to-value deals, now offering what it claims are some of the best rates on the market.
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Mitsubishi Accuses Carlos Ghosn of Taking a Secret $9 Million Payment5h Updated Mitsubishi Accuses Carlos Ghosn of Taking a Secret $9 Million Payment
The carmaker said its former chairman, who is awaiting trial on financial misconduct charges, was paid 7.8 million euros from a joint venture with Nissan.
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Patisserie Valerie locked in talks over banking lifeline6h Patisserie Valerie locked in talks over banking lifeline
A standstill of the chain’s banking facilities was set to expire on Friday night The cake and cafe chain Patisserie Valerie was locked in talks about securing a lifeline from its banks on Friday after admitting it had uncovered “significant manipulation” of its
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What’s So ‘Indecent’ About Female Pleasure?6h Updated What’s So ‘Indecent’ About Female Pleasure?
A consumer technology innovation award was revoked from a company that makes a hands-free sex toy. The reason, some believe, is that the product is made for women.
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Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland customers face payments problems6h Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland customers face payments problems
Hundreds of thousands of customers were unable to do most payments transfers from online accounts.
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FTSE CLOSE: Ryanair issues profit warning; Eddie Stobart races ahead; City braces for retail sales7h FTSE CLOSE: Ryanair issues profit warning; Eddie Stobart races ahead; City braces for retail sales
Airlines were in focus after Ryanair issued a profit warning that took rival Easyjet down with it. Eddie Stobart Logistics saw sales lurch 35 per cent last year. FTSE closed up 133 points at 6,968.33.
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Slipper maker Mahabis rescued by Simba Sleep founder7h Updated Slipper maker Mahabis rescued by Simba Sleep founder
Founder of mattress-in-a-box company takes over and vows to save all jobs Upmarket
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Amazon issues no-deal advice to UK sellers7h Updated Amazon issues no-deal advice to UK sellers
The online retail giant has advised UK businesses to consider moving stock to their European warehouses
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Stock markets rally on trade hopes, but UK retail sales fall - as it happened7h Stock markets rally on trade hopes, but UK retail sales fall - as it happened
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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7h Updated in her words: Women’s March 2019: Having Trouble Keeping Up? Here’s What to Know
Marchers will take to the streets on Saturday, despite recent tensions and competing marches in New York.
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Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland customers face payments glitch8h Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland customers face payments glitch
Customers of three leading banks are unable to do fast payments transfers from their online accounts.
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UK retail sales fall; markets rally on trade hopes - business live8h Updated UK retail sales fall; markets rally on trade hopes - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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How you can now beat inflation with a one-year fixed savings account8h Updated How you can now beat inflation with a one-year fixed savings account
Savers can now find a one year bond that beats inflation thanks to a new polished rate from Gatehouse Bank of 2.15%. Deposit enough and you could earn a bumper 2.34%.
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Windfarm industry urges UK to lift onshore subsidies ban8h Windfarm industry urges UK to lift onshore subsidies ban
Firms say 800 renewable projects ready to plug gap left after Wylfa nuclear plant scrapped Ministers have been urged to drop their block on subsidies for onshore windfarms, as industry figures showed that nearly 800 renewable projects are ready to plug much of the power gap left by the abandonment of the Wylfa nuclear project.
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Let’s move to Somers Town: one of London’s best-kept secrets8h Let’s move to Somers Town: one of London’s best-kept secrets
It’s ripe with history and character, from magnificent social housing to spooky churches
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Steve Webb petition for mums facing a smaller state pension hits 10k names8h Updated Steve Webb petition for mums facing a smaller state pension hits 10k names
Launched by former Pensions Minister Steve Webb, the petition calls for parents to be handed back valuable pension credits lost by not signing up for child benefit.
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Bonnie Guitar, Music Industry Trailblazer, Is Dead at 958h Updated Bonnie Guitar, Music Industry Trailblazer, Is Dead at 95
She was best known for her hit record “Dark Moon,” but her greatest achievement may have been her success as a businesswoman.
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Study Links Drug Maker Gifts to Doctors to More Overdose Deaths8h Study Links Drug Maker Gifts to Doctors to More Overdose Deaths
Counties where doctors got more meals, trips and consulting fees from opioid makers had higher overdose deaths involving prescription opioids.
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Fashionable slipper maker Mahabis saved from administration8h Fashionable slipper maker Mahabis saved from administration
Founder of mattress-in-a-box company Simba Sleep takes over and vows to save all jobs Upmarket
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Should JP Morgan pay its boss £24m a year?8h Should JP Morgan pay its boss £24m a year?
Two stories from the banking sector this week highlight the difference between how business is done in the United States and Europe.
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Murdoch asks to merge Times titles8h Updated Murdoch asks to merge Times titles
Rupert Murdoch asks for permission to share some resources between the Times and the Sunday Times.
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Car makers are charging over £500 extra for grey paint on new models8h Updated Car makers are charging over £500 extra for grey paint on new models
Almost all manufacturers want more than £500 extra for a grey metallic paint finish, in some cases meaning that paint alone makes up around 5% of the total value of a new model.
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Times owner seeks to relax editorial independence rules9h Times owner seeks to relax editorial independence rules
Murdoch publisher wants to remove guarantees to allow it to share content and staff Rupert Murdoch’s News UK has asked the government to relax undertakings he gave guaranteeing the editorial independence of the Times and Sunday Times when he acquired the titles almost three decades ago. Murdoch was forced to provide guarantees of editorial independence to gain approval of the then News International’s takeover of the titles in 1981. A year after doing so, the Times editor, Harold Evans, was forced out, claiming Murdoch interfered with the running of the paper.
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Climate change threat to Germans’ need for speed on Autobahn9h Climate change threat to Germans’ need for speed on Autobahn
Draft environmental measures include proposal that would impose motorway speed limit The days of unlimited speeding on Germany’s famously fast autobahns could be over if the government adopts draft proposals on climate protection put forward by its committee on the future of transport. Charged with devising recommendations on reducing the environmental harm caused by transport, the committee also proposed fuel tax hikes and electric vehicle quotas to help Germany finally meet European Union
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FTSE LIVE: Ryanair issues profit warning; Eddie Stobart races ahead; City braces for retail sales9h Updated FTSE LIVE: Ryanair issues profit warning; Eddie Stobart races ahead; City braces for retail sales
Airlines are in focus this morning after Ryanair issued a profit warning that has taken its rival Easyjet down with it. Meanwhile, Eddie Stobart Logistics saw sales lurch 35 per cent last year.
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Savers given boost as inflation falls to 2.1% - This is Money podcast9h Savers given boost as inflation falls to 2.1% - This is Money podcast
Inflation has closed in on the long-term target of two per cent – does that mean an interest rate rise off the table in 2019? And what does it mean for savers?
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Showboat: billionaire NFL team owner installs Imax cinema on superyacht9h Showboat: billionaire NFL team owner installs Imax cinema on superyacht
Dan Snyder made a ‘special and unusual’ request when ordering Lady S from Dutch boatbuilder Dan Snyder, the American billionaire owner of the Washington National Football League (NFL) team, is taking delivery of a new superyacht, complete with the world’s first floating private Imax movie theatre – at an additional $3m (£2.3m) cost. You may think that sailing a 93-metre (305ft) yacht to the world’s most extraordinary locations would be the ultimate luxury experience. However, up-close encounters with penguins on the Galápagos Islands or sharks off the coast of South Africa do not appear to be immersive enough for Snyder.
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Peer-to-peer firm Funding Circle beats revenue targets but expects more loan defaults9h Peer-to-peer firm Funding Circle beats revenue targets but expects more loan defaults
Peer-to-peer lender Funding Circle beat its revenue targets for 2018 by 5%, but saw the percentage of loans last year it expected to default rise to between 3 and 3.8% it announced
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9h in her words: Women’s March 2019: Having Trouble Keeping Up? Here’s What to Know.
Marchers will take to the streets on Saturday, despite recent tensions and competing marches in New York.
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Arrow takes aim at taxpayer-owned loans10h Arrow takes aim at taxpayer-owned loans
Arrow Global, the listed debt purchaser, is in talks to buy a portfolio of commercial loans that would mark another step in the Government's efforts to shed the legacy of its financial crisis bailouts.
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Ofgem’s price cap deemed ineffective as 66 energy ‘deals’ are costing households more10h Updated Ofgem’s price cap deemed ineffective as 66 energy ‘deals’ are costing households more
A loophole in Ofgem’s price cap regulations is being exploited by energy companies despite the new £1,137 cap coming into effect just over two weeks ago on the 1 January, 2019.
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Trump cancels Nancy Pelosi foreign trip citing shutdown10h Trump cancels Nancy Pelosi foreign trip citing shutdown
Members of Congress who were due to join the trip are left sitting on a bus at Capitol Hill.
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A bleak Christmas for retailers as shoppers do gifting on Black Friday, report finds11h A bleak Christmas for retailers as shoppers do gifting on Black Friday, report finds
Volumes fell by 0.9 per cent on November as all sectors except food and fuel declined compared to the previous month, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
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Poor mobile phone sales set to drag Dixons Carphone down again when it updates investors next week11h Poor mobile phone sales set to drag Dixons Carphone down again when it updates investors next week
Dixons Carphone is expected to book another sales slump at its troubled mobile phone division when it reports on its third-quarter performance next week.
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Tesla Will Cut 7% of Work Force to Lower Model 3 Cost11h Tesla Will Cut 7% of Work Force to Lower Model 3 Cost
The reduction was necessary for the electric-car maker to remain viable, Elon Musk wrote in an email to employees.
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Ryanair issues profit warning as winter fares fall11h Updated Ryanair issues profit warning as winter fares fall
Lower-fare environment will shake out more loss-making rivals, says Michael O’Leary Ryanair has issued its second profit warning in four months, blaming intense competition over the winter that prompted the Irish budget airline to cut fares. Profits for the year ending 31 March will be €100m (£88m) lower than previous expectations, at between €1bn to €1.1bn, the company said in a statement to the stock market. That was down from the €1.1bn to €1.2bn range previously expected.
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Slow broadband is holding Britain back: Fury over dismal connections in new homes11h Updated Slow broadband is holding Britain back: Fury over dismal connections in new homes
Campaigners and businesses are demanding a guarantee that new homes across the country will get decent broadband. Kevin Pratley and his family have been plagued by slow internet speeds.
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UK retail sales fall as shoppers cut back - business live12h Updated UK retail sales fall as shoppers cut back - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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Gold prices gleam amid Brexit and US shutdown uncertainty12h Gold prices gleam amid Brexit and US shutdown uncertainty
Futures rose more than 7% in fourth quarter amid stock market struggles as analysts offer sparkling outlook The longest
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Work Friend: If You Don’t Think Your Office Is a War Zone You Are Fooling Yourself12h Work Friend: If You Don’t Think Your Office Is a War Zone You Are Fooling Yourself
Men can’t tell the difference between fear and respect. They act accordingly.
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Tesla to Cut Work Force by 7% to Lower Model 3 Cost12h Tesla to Cut Work Force by 7% to Lower Model 3 Cost
The reduction was necessary for the electric-car maker to remain viable, Elon Musk wrote in an email to employees.
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Ryanair darkens clouds over ailing airline sector with another profit warning13h Updated Ryanair darkens clouds over ailing airline sector with another profit warning
Ryanair has warned over profits for the second time in quick succession, triggering a spate of share price declines across the UK airline sector.
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Black Friday steals Christmas shoppers13h Updated Black Friday steals Christmas shoppers
Retail sales fell last month after consumers brought forward their Christmas shopping to November.
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Cooper Tire Europe: Firm confirms 300 workers to lose jobs14h Cooper Tire Europe: Firm confirms 300 workers to lose jobs
A Wiltshire tyre firm has confirmed 300 of its job roles will be made redundant
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UK retail sales fall as shoppers hunt for bargains14h UK retail sales fall as shoppers hunt for bargains
British retail sales fell in December as shoppers hunted for discounts on Black Friday and brought forward their Christmas spending, according to official data.
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Microsoft’s Leap Into Housing Illuminates Government’s Retreat 14h Microsoft’s Leap Into Housing Illuminates Government’s Retreat
The pledge of $500 million to help build affordable housing in Seattle reflects a nationwide void in addressing the problem.
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Nonfiction: How Tech Companies Manipulate Our Personal Data14h Nonfiction: How Tech Companies Manipulate Our Personal Data
Shoshana Zuboff’s “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism” looks at the new power of behemoths like Facebook and Google.
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Retail sales slide in December14h Retail sales slide in December
Sales fell last month after consumers brought forward their Christmas shopping to November.
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Bids for Scottish shopping centre to start at £115h Bids for Scottish shopping centre to start at £1
The Postings mall in Kirkcaldy is being sold after it failed to attract enough tenants.
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A foreign exchange fee was added on after I made a reservation on Booking.com15h A foreign exchange fee was added on after I made a reservation on Booking.com
I recently made two bookings using Booking.com. When the sum was taken from my account, it was taken in Euros rather than pounds, and I was charged a foreign exchange fee.
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Can new start-up Hoppy really save you hundreds of pounds on ALL your billst? 15h Updated Can new start-up Hoppy really save you hundreds of pounds on ALL your billst? 
New fintech start-up Hoppy is pledging to save consumers time and money by bringing a range of home-related services and digital tools under one ‘roof’
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Coffee drinkers spent more than £10bn on the beverage in Britain last year15h Coffee drinkers spent more than £10bn on the beverage in Britain last year
Britain are a nation of coffee loving connoisseurs, spending a record £10.1 billion in coffee shops in 2018, according to the annual World Coffee report by market analysts Allegra
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Netflix shows Bird Box and Elite drive subscriber growth15h Netflix shows Bird Box and Elite drive subscriber growth
The streaming giant says the subscriber growth reflects the success of its original programmes.
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Ryanair issues profit warning as fares fall16h Updated Ryanair issues profit warning as fares fall
The airline cuts its forecast, blaming a fall in air fares and over-capacity on short-haul routes.
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Ryanair issues profit warning as air fares fall17h Ryanair issues profit warning as air fares fall
Europe's biggest low-cost carrier Ryanair has cut its full-year profit forecast as it expects winter fares to fall amid increased competition.
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Homes for sale with a £1m price tag – in pictures17h Homes for sale with a £1m price tag – in pictures
We’ve scoured the web to find £1m properties, from Devon to County Durham
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The Government Shutdown: Updates on Where Things Stand18h The Government Shutdown: Updates on Where Things Stand
Now in its fourth week, the government shutdown has had wide-ranging effects.
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UK manufacturers set cash aside in case of hard Brexit18h UK manufacturers set cash aside in case of hard Brexit
Firms under strain as they tie up money in stockpiling materials, says Santander British manufacturers are being forced to build up financial buffers in preparation for a no-deal Brexit as the cost of stockpiling goods and materials puts companies under strain. Measures taken by manufacturers to prepare for a disorderly exit include creating cash cushions and taking out working capital loans to cover the costs of stockpiling.
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19h Chinese Stocks Rise on Hopes for US Trade Progress
Chinese stocks rose Friday on signs of possible progress in negotiations over Beijing's tariff war with Washington.
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The Shutdown: Updates on Where Things Stand19h Updated The Shutdown: Updates on Where Things Stand
Now in its fourth week, the government shutdown has had wide-ranging effects.
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Driverless Cars Tap the Brakes After Years of Hype21h Driverless Cars Tap the Brakes After Years of Hype
The hype that has consumed the nascent driverless car industry over the past few years has moved into a new period of cautious optimism.
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21h Asian Stocks Rise on Hopes for US-China Trade Progress
Stocks in Shanghai, Hong Kong and Tokyo advanced Friday after investors saw signs of possible progress toward settling the U.S.-Chinese tariff war.
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Netflix Reports Paid Customers Rise on Strength Overseas21h Netflix Reports Paid Customers Rise on Strength Overseas
Netflix reported a jump in paid subscribers in the fourth quarter, exceeding its own expectations for growth by drawing in more customers in international markets even as domestic growth slowed.
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U.S. Weaponizes Its Criminal Courts in Fight Against China and Huawei21h U.S. Weaponizes Its Criminal Courts in Fight Against China and Huawei
The federal pursuit of theft charges adds pressure on Chinese tech giant Huawei by further involving the criminal-justice system in the fight against China’s alleged encroachment on intellectual property.
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U.S. Debates Lifting China Tariffs to Hasten Trade Deal, Calm Markets21h U.S. Debates Lifting China Tariffs to Hasten Trade Deal, Calm Markets
U.S. officials are debating ratcheting back tariffs on Chinese imports as a way to calm markets and give Beijing an incentive to make deeper concessions in a trade battle that has rattled global economies.
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Jesse Angelo Is Out as Publisher of The New York Post22h Jesse Angelo Is Out as Publisher of The New York Post
He started as a stringer for Page Six and became a key executive under Rupert Murdoch.
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The U.S. and China Are Hatching a Plan to Reopen Chicken Trade23h The U.S. and China Are Hatching a Plan to Reopen Chicken Trade
U.S. and Chinese trade officials are in talks to reopen China’s market to U.S. chicken exports as they seek to forge a new trade deal.
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As Americans Drink Less Alcohol, Booze Makers Look Beyond the Barrel23h As Americans Drink Less Alcohol, Booze Makers Look Beyond the Barrel
Americans are increasingly laying off the booze, prompting the world’s biggest brewers and liquor companies to push beyond their traditional fare and roll out teas, energy drinks and nonalcoholic spirits.
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Johnson & Johnson to Use Apple Watch App for Heart-Health Study23h Johnson & Johnson to Use Apple Watch App for Heart-Health Study
A new partnership between Johnson & Johnson and Apple using an app on the Apple watch aims to detect irregular heart rhythms of people with atrial fibrillation before life-threatening events can occur.
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Shutdown Leaves Small-Business Loans in Limbo24h Shutdown Leaves Small-Business Loans in Limbo
The Small Business Administration has stopped approving routine small-business loans, forcing some entrepreneurs to consider costlier sources of cash.
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In Print Since 1897, The Forward Goes Digital Only24h Updated In Print Since 1897, The Forward Goes Digital Only
In addition to moving away from newsstands, the publication is laying off roughly 30 percent of its staff, including the editor in chief, Jane Eisner.
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Netflix boosts subscriber numbers to nearly 140 million24h Updated Netflix boosts subscriber numbers to nearly 140 million
The streaming firm gained 8.8 million customers in the three months to 21 December.
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Sears retail chain in $5.2bn rescue plan24h Updated Sears retail chain in $5.2bn rescue plan
Sears' controversial chairman Eddie Lampert's multi-billion dollar offer will keep 400 stores open.
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24h Updated Stocks Climb on Report US May Pare Back Tariffs on China
U.S. stocks climbed Thursday after the Wall Street Journal reported that U.S. officials could reduce the new tariffs on Chinese imports as part of trade negotiations between the two countries. It was the latest in a series of potentially conflicting updates on the trade dispute.
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How Corn Flakes became a million dollar idea24h How Corn Flakes became a million dollar idea
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how Corn Flakes became a million dollar idea.
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24h Virtual cities: Designing the metropolises of the future
How 3D software supercharged with real-time data can simulate complex designs before they're built.
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Alan R. Pearlman, Synthesizer Pioneer, Dies at 9324h Updated Alan R. Pearlman, Synthesizer Pioneer, Dies at 93
Mr. Pearlman’s ARP synthesizers were once ubiquitous in pop and electronic music. By the mid-1970s, they commanded 40 percent of the market.
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Sears Creditors Oppose Sale to Edward Lampert25h Sears Creditors Oppose Sale to Edward Lampert
The retailer’s creditors are balking at its proposed sale to hedge-fund manager Edward Lampert, who they accuse of stripping Sears of its best assets before dumping the chain into bankruptcy and cheaply reacquiring it.
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F.D.A. Panel Splits on Whether to Approve New Diabetes Drug25h F.D.A. Panel Splits on Whether to Approve New Diabetes Drug
The advisory committee voted 8-8 on approving the drug, to be called Zynquista, which would be the first oral medication for people with Type 1 diabetes.
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Wheels: TrueCar’s No-Haggle Promise Meets a Chorus of Grumbles25h Wheels: TrueCar’s No-Haggle Promise Meets a Chorus of Grumbles
The service, once seen as a disrupter in vehicle buying, has generated complaints from shoppers and a lawsuit from auto dealers.
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Moonves to Fight CBS Decision to Deny $120 Million Severance25h Moonves to Fight CBS Decision to Deny $120 Million Severance
Leslie Moonves, the former CEO of CBS who resigned amid accusations of sexual harassment, is challenging the company’s decision to deny him a severance package of $120 million.
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Netflix adds 8.8 million subscribers as its stock falls over spending fears26h Netflix adds 8.8 million subscribers as its stock falls over spending fears
Company’s fourth-quarter earnings were in line with analyst estimates and came after it announced a subscription price hike Netflix added 8.8 million paid subscribers in the last quarter, up 34% compared with the year-earlier period, as the streaming media company launched hits including the movies
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Record viewers flock to Netflix: But shares slide 5pc as revenue disappoints26h Updated Record viewers flock to Netflix: But shares slide 5pc as revenue disappoints
The video streaming giant revealed profits of more than £103m for the end of 2018 – taking its full year haul to more than £930m. It also added a record 8.8m paying subscribers, beating its forecast.
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ALEX BRUMMER: Chief executive Larry Fink and BlackRock talk the talk, but need to walk the walk26h Updated ALEX BRUMMER: Chief executive Larry Fink and BlackRock talk the talk, but need to walk the walk
In a letter to bosses of companies in which BlackRock invests, Fink embraces a broad definition of the role of companies, beyond profits, which includes customers and communities.
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Animal print skirts and faux sheepskin coats help Primark shine in the High Street’s Christmas gloom26h Updated Animal print skirts and faux sheepskin coats help Primark shine in the High Street’s Christmas gloom
Sales at the bargain chain, which is owned by Associated British Foods and sells its products online, climbed 1 per cent in the UK in the 16 weeks to January 5.
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Shares in Simply Be owner N Brown tumble after it reveals disappointing Christmas trading figures26h Updated Shares in Simply Be owner N Brown tumble after it reveals disappointing Christmas trading figures
Revenues fell 1.6 per cent in the 18 weeks to January 5 as it struggled to shift products over the festive period. The online retailer slashed prices across its clothing ranges.
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Lotus opening £1bn factory in China to produce SUVs amid booming demand for British luxury vehicles26h Updated Lotus opening £1bn factory in China to produce SUVs amid booming demand for British luxury vehicles
The UK-based sports car maker’s Chinese owner Geely is building a plant in the eastern city of Wuhan with capacity to produce 150,000 cars a year.
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Unbuttoned: Rihanna and LVMH Make a Deal and, Possibly, History26h Updated Unbuttoned: Rihanna and LVMH Make a Deal and, Possibly, History
The pop culture phenomenon and the luxury group are teaming up, and it’s about a lot more than fashion.
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26h Updated In the Bond Market, the Economy Is Still Something to Worry About
The volatility that defined stocks late last year has receded, but the concerns of bond investors can be seen in the narrowing of the so-called yield curve.
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Unbuttoned: New York’s Lost Department Stores26h Updated Unbuttoned: New York’s Lost Department Stores
Whether or not you shopped there, you should be sorry to see Henri Bendel and Lord & Taylor’s flagship go.
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U.S. Jobless Claims Fell Last Week27h Updated U.S. Jobless Claims Fell Last Week
A gauge of layoffs across the U.S. fell last week, signaling the labor market remains robust despite fears of slowing economic growth and the government shutdown.
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Netflix triples subscriber numbers in five years27h Netflix triples subscriber numbers in five years
The streaming firm gained 8.8 million customers in the three months to 21 December.
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Hitachi to Cease Work on Nuclear Power Plant in North Wales28h Updated Hitachi to Cease Work on Nuclear Power Plant in North Wales
The company said it could not come to financial terms for the nearly $20 billion endeavor with the British and Japanese governments.
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MoviePass Parent Hopes to Spin Off Cinema-Subscription Business28h MoviePass Parent Hopes to Spin Off Cinema-Subscription Business
The parent company of MoviePass wants to spin off the struggling movie-theater subscription service and has formed a new entity that would take possession of its shares, as a prelude to letting that entity trade on its own.
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28h Meanwhile: Radon Causes Cancer. These Tourists Drink It Up
The E.P.A. warns that radon causes cancer. But some tourists head to mines in Montana to soak it up.
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29h US Stocks Move Higher as Health Care and Industrials Rise
U.S. stocks are slightly higher Thursday as health care and industrial companies rise. Defense contractors are rising after President Donald Trump said the U.S. will develop a new space-based missile defense system. Banks are slipping as Morgan Stanley drops after its fourth-quarter results fell short of Wall Street's expectations.
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John C. Bogle, Founder of Financial Giant Vanguard, Is Dead at 8929h Updated John C. Bogle, Founder of Financial Giant Vanguard, Is Dead at 89
Beginning in 1974, Mr. Bogle built Vanguard Group into one of the world’s largest mutual fund companies, attracting investors in droves.
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Facebook Identifies Russia-Linked Misinformation Campaign29h Updated Facebook Identifies Russia-Linked Misinformation Campaign
Facebook removed nearly 500 pages and accounts targeted at Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Some originated from an agency controlled by the Kremlin.
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Leslie Moonves to Take CBS to Arbitration Over $120 Million Severance29h Updated Leslie Moonves to Take CBS to Arbitration Over $120 Million Severance
Mr. Moonves was fired for cause by the company’s board following numerous allegations of sexual misconduct. He denies them, and wants his lucrative exit payment.
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5 Pieces of Advice From John Bogle 29h Updated 5 Pieces of Advice From John Bogle
The founder of Vanguard, who died on Wednesday, changed how ordinary people invested. Here are some of his tips.
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Oxford University suspends Huawei donations and sponsorships29h Updated Oxford University suspends Huawei donations and sponsorships
The institution suspends donations from the Chinese telecoms giant amid continuing spying controversy.
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Scottish shopping centre up for sale with reserve price of £129h Scottish shopping centre up for sale with reserve price of £1
Plight of the Postings in Kirkcaldy shows crisis facing bricks-and-mortar retailers It’s the kind of price tag usually associated with discount stores such as Poundland, but an entire Scottish shopping centre is to go under the hammer with a reserve price of just £1. The Postings mall in Kirkcaldy, in which 14 of the 21 shops currently lie empty, is being auctioned by its City pension fund owner next month, according to the
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RBS seeks to buy government shares worth up to £1.4bn30h RBS seeks to buy government shares worth up to £1.4bn
Bank hopes to obtain shareholder approval to purchase stake of up to 4.99% Royal Bank of Scotland is looking to buy up to £1.4bn worth of shares from the government as part of efforts to cut the publicly owned stake in the lender, following its 2008 bailout. The bank is seeking shareholder approval to buy a stake of up to 4.99% from the Treasury, in a move that would reduce the government holding from about 62.3% to 60.3%.
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30h Meanwhile: There’s Radon in the Water (and Tourists Are Gulping It Down)
The E.P.A. warns that radon causes cancer. But some tourists head to mines in Montana to soak it up.
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Philips to close last UK manufacturing plant, putting 430 jobs at risk30h Philips to close last UK manufacturing plant, putting 430 jobs at risk
Company says Brexit would have been factor in closure of Glemsford site in Suffolk Dutch technology company Philips plans to close its last manufacturing plant in the UK, after its chief executive previously warned that a hard Brexit could harm its ability to export products. The plans, now under consultation with employees, would see Philips close its plant at Glemsford in Suffolk, putting 430 jobs at risk. Production at Glemsford, which currently makes products including baby bottles, will transfer to Drachten in the Netherlands next year.
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30h US Stocks Edge Higher as Health Care and Industrials Rise
U.S. stocks are mostly higher Thursday as health care and industrial companies rise. Banks are slipping as Morgan Stanley drops after its fourth-quarter results fell short of Wall Street's expectations. Smaller companies are making bigger gains than the rest of the market after they suffered outsize losses in late 2018.
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Oxford places ban on donations and research grants from Huawei30h Oxford places ban on donations and research grants from Huawei
Decision on Chinese telecoms firm comes as national security concerns mount in the west The University of Oxford has placed an indefinite ban on accepting research grants or donations from the Chinese telecoms firm Huawei, which is
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Philips to close Suffolk factory putting 430 jobs at risk30h Updated Philips to close Suffolk factory putting 430 jobs at risk
The electronics giant will close its site at Glemsford in 2020, putting 430 jobs at risk.
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Corner Office: Hadi Partovi Was Raised in a Revolution. Today He Teaches Kids to Code.30h Corner Office: Hadi Partovi Was Raised in a Revolution. Today He Teaches Kids to Code.
The founder and chief executive of Code.org, who was born in Iran, says computer science is a “foundational skill,” one that future doctors, lawyers and politicians should all possess.
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One Year Later, Benefits From Corporate Tax Cut Seem Muted30h Updated One Year Later, Benefits From Corporate Tax Cut Seem Muted
Twelve months after Congress cut business tax rates and sped up deductions to set off a capital spending boom, the results are proving modest at best.
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DealBook: World’s Biggest Investor Tells C.E.O.s Purpose Is the ‘Animating Force’ for Profits 31h DealBook: World’s Biggest Investor Tells C.E.O.s Purpose Is the ‘Animating Force’ for Profits
A year after his annual letter to chief executives urged them to run their companies with the social good in mind, the BlackRock chief Larry Fink said they must step into a leadership vacuum.
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Largest collection ever of breached data found31h Largest collection ever of breached data found
Store of 770m email addresses and passwords discovered after being put on hacking site The largest collection of breached data in history has been discovered, comprising more than 770m email addresses and passwords posted to a popular hacking forum in mid-December. The 87GB data dump was discovered by the security researcher Troy Hunt, who runs the
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FTSE LIVE: Pound holding up amid ongoing Brexit saga; Primark toasts better than expected Christmas31h Updated FTSE LIVE: Pound holding up amid ongoing Brexit saga; Primark toasts better than expected Christmas
Despite all the chaos at the top of Government, sterling has retained its post Brexit vote resilience and hit its highest level against the euro since last November overnight.
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31h Meanwhile: There’s Radon in This Water — and Tourists Are Gulping It Down
The E.P.A. warns that radon causes cancer. But some tourists head to mines in Montana to soak it up.
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ITV shares fall as broadcasters are warned not to underestimate Netflix31h ITV shares fall as broadcasters are warned not to underestimate Netflix
The market underappreciates the pace of the decline in TV consumption, say analysts Shares in ITV fell by nearly 6% on Thursday after investors took fright at a report warning that the market is underestimating the
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Premier League braced for chief executive hunt to take until end of year31h Premier League braced for chief executive hunt to take until end of year
Fresh blow after BBC’s Tim Davie also turns down the role
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Jack Bogle: The man who pioneered index investing32h Jack Bogle: The man who pioneered index investing
Jack Bogle, credited with upending the way we invest through index funds has died aged 89.
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Philips to shut UK baby bottle factory post Brexit32h Philips to shut UK baby bottle factory post Brexit
Philips has announced plans to shut a UK factory with the potential loss of 430 jobs, months after expressing Brexit worries.
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Government will not force medium-sized firms to reveal gender pay gap32h Government will not force medium-sized firms to reveal gender pay gap
Reporting would burden smaller businesses says government in response to 2018 BEIS report The government has rejected calls to force medium-sized companies to reveal their gender pay gaps. As of 2017, firms with more than 250 employees have to publish figures about their gender pay gap. This leaves half of the UK workforce without knowledge of their workplace’s gap.
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Mastercard will force companies to tell subscribers when their free trials end33h Mastercard will force companies to tell subscribers when their free trials end
Companies using free trials to rope customers into paying subscription fees face a crackdown under new rules announced by one of the world’s biggest payment providers.
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33h US Stocks Are Little Changed After Strong Start to 2019
U.S. stocks are little changed Thursday morning as the market's recent rally loses steam. Health care and communications companies are edging upward while banks and technology companies are slipping.
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Paramount Was Hollywood’s ‘Mountain.’ Now It’s a Molehill.33h Updated Paramount Was Hollywood’s ‘Mountain.’ Now It’s a Molehill.
After decades of nearly slapstick mismanagement — spinning off TV and missing the internet — the studio behind “The Godfather” is fighting for its life.
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Primark sales defy UK high street gloom33h Primark sales defy UK high street gloom
Chain is biggest UK clothing retailer by volume and likely to topple Next as no2 by value
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Italian town puts dozens of homes on market for as little as €133h Italian town puts dozens of homes on market for as little as €1
Officials in Sambuca, on Sicily, seek to revive depopulated town – but there’s a catch British
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Credit card demand faces record drop as Brexit spooks borrowers - business live33h Updated Credit card demand faces record drop as Brexit spooks borrowers - business live
UK lenders predict falling demand for credit cards and mortgages, as Brexit crisis rolls on
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The harsh reality for UK as Hitachi pulls the plug34h The harsh reality for UK as Hitachi pulls the plug
Hitachi's decision to suspend its UK nuclear development programme is awful news on any number of levels.
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Nuclear plant in Anglesey suspended by Hitachi34h Nuclear plant in Anglesey suspended by Hitachi
Japan's Hitachi is suspending work on the Wylfa Newydd plant in Wales amid concerns over rising costs.
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Klarna: The company that lets you pay for your shopping a month later - is it a trap?34h Updated Klarna: The company that lets you pay for your shopping a month later - is it a trap?
The Swedish start-up claims to offer flexibility and a solution to sizing issues for those shopping online. But does the ability to 'buy now pay later' encourage users to spend what they can't afford?
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Demand for credit cards and mortgages in UK falling fast, warns BofE34h Updated Demand for credit cards and mortgages in UK falling fast, warns BofE
Banks say borrowing on plastic will be lowest since 2007, with mortgages down to 2010 level Borrowing on credit cards is expected to plunge to the lowest levels since 2007 in the three months before Brexit, according to the Bank of England, in another indication of stresses facing the UK economy. According to the latest quarterly health check on credit conditions from Threadneedle Street, high street banks forecast borrowing on plastic will decline in the first quarter by the most since records began 12 years ago.
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What role does nuclear power play in UK and what are alternatives?34h What role does nuclear power play in UK and what are alternatives?
The options remaining, with three projects shelved and old plants reaching end of road
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First-time buyers shrug off Brexit saga as Help to Buy Schemes encourage more to get on the ladder34h Updated First-time buyers shrug off Brexit saga as Help to Buy Schemes encourage more to get on the ladder
In November, there were 36,200 new first-time mortgages completed, marking a 5.8 per cent increase from the same point a year earlier, UK Finance said.
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Everything motorists need to know about Green Cards35h Updated Everything motorists need to know about Green Cards
Read our guide with everything you need to know about Green Card, the countries that require them and what could happen if you don't have one when driving your own vehicle in the EU.
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Nuclear plant in Anglesey cancelled by Hitachi35h Nuclear plant in Anglesey cancelled by Hitachi
Japan's Hitachi is suspending work on the Wylfa Newydd plant in Wales amid concerns over rising costs.
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Philippines Should Take Over Shipyard to Keep It From Chinese, Officials Say35h Philippines Should Take Over Shipyard to Keep It From Chinese, Officials Say
President Rodrigo Duterte has pursued a China-friendly policy, but it is not clear what he thinks of proposals for the government to control the shipyard at Subic Bay.
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Premier Inn owner says bookings are falling outside London35h Premier Inn owner says bookings are falling outside London
Whitbread says tourists are bringing business to capital, but sales are weak elsewhere Whitbread, the owner of the UK’s biggest hotel brand, Premier Inn, has said bookings outside London are falling as travellers tighten their purse strings. Alison Brittain, the chief executive, said central London was still benefiting from international tourists but outside the capital the picture was grim, with both businesses and leisure travellers reining in spending.
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Whitbread warns over dwindling bookings at Premier Inn hotel chain35h Updated Whitbread warns over dwindling bookings at Premier Inn hotel chain
Drop in business and leisure travellers blamed as firm says profits will remain flat Whitbread, the owner of the UK’s biggest hotel brand, Premier Inn, has warned dwindling confidence among businesses and leisure travellers is dragging down bookings outside London. Alison Brittain, the chief executive, said central London was still benefiting from international tourists but outside the capital the picture was grim, with both businesses and leisure travellers tightening their purse strings.
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Insta-scam: how online con artists have adapted for the Instagram era35h Insta-scam: how online con artists have adapted for the Instagram era
Photographers and ‘influencers’ are the latest to suffer an elaborate internet rip-off – but some Instagrammers are themselves pulling a fast one There was a time when an online scam was easy to spot: there would be a Nigerian prince, and the promise of a fortune, and an email address that was just a long string of numbers. Now, though, things have got a little more sophisticated. One
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Losing track of savings accounts costs us dear36h Updated Losing track of savings accounts costs us dear
Good news. You can now get a one-year savings account that matches inflation and its rivals almost do. However, the problem for many won't be small differences in rates but losing track of them.
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Government set to finally ban rip-off letting agency fees this summer36h Government set to finally ban rip-off letting agency fees this summer
The new rules, first proposed two years ago, will see a ban on landlords and letting agents in England charging tenants any additional fees when they sign up for a new rental property.
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Billion pound inflation blunder costs commuters and students, says House of Lords report36h Updated Billion pound inflation blunder costs commuters and students, says House of Lords report
The Lords economic affairs committee has also called on the Government to use a single measure of inflation to stamp out 'index-shopping'.
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DealBook Briefing: Larry Fink Asks C.E.O.s to Lead a Divided World36h DealBook Briefing: Larry Fink Asks C.E.O.s to Lead a Divided World
The BlackRock chief executive argues that businesses cannot merely have a purpose; they must push forward on social and political issues.
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Snoop Dogg invests in £2bn Swedish fintech firm36h Snoop Dogg invests in £2bn Swedish fintech firm
US rapper Snoop Dogg has bought a stake in financial technology company Klarna Bank.
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Five most common car insurance fibs that could invalidate your cover37h Five most common car insurance fibs that could invalidate your cover
The most common lies include fibbing about occupations, driving records and previous motor convictions, according to analysis by Go Compare.
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Emoov set to relaunch just one month after going into administration37h Emoov set to relaunch just one month after going into administration
Emoov will go back online later this month after its branding and platform was acquired by property letting start-up Mashroom.
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No rest for Sofa.com as owners seek buyer37h No rest for Sofa.com as owners seek buyer
One of Britain's biggest online furniture retailers has kicked off an urgent search for a buyer, underlining the challenges facing internet-based shops even as their high street rivals battle the worst trading environment for decades.
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Largest collection of breached data ever seen is found37h Largest collection of breached data ever seen is found
Store of 770m email addresses and passwords discovered after being posted to a hacking forum The largest collection of breached data ever seen has been discovered, comprising of more than 770m email addresses and passwords posted to a popular hacking forum in mid-December. The 87GB data dump was discovered by security researcher Troy Hunt, who runs the
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Wylfa Newydd: Hitachi to halt work on UK nuclear plant37h Updated Wylfa Newydd: Hitachi to halt work on UK nuclear plant
Japan's Hitachi is suspending work on the Wylfa Newydd plant in Wales amid concerns over rising costs.
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Hitachi to Cease Work on Nuclear Plant in North Wales38h Hitachi to Cease Work on Nuclear Plant in North Wales
The company said it had failed to agree on financial terms for the endeavour with the British and Japanese governments.
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Primark pulls through Christmas to sweeten parent firm ABF where sugar sales have soured38h Updated Primark pulls through Christmas to sweeten parent firm ABF where sugar sales have soured
After gloomily warning of 'challenging' trading in November, High Street darling Primark pulled through to deliver a better-than-expected performance over Christmas.
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Facebook removes pages linked to Russian news agency38h Facebook removes pages linked to Russian news agency
Facebook has removed 364 pages and accounts linked to employees of Russian news agency Sputnik from its platform.
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Whitbread kicks off £500m share buyback scheme after Costa sale38h Updated Whitbread kicks off £500m share buyback scheme after Costa sale
The FTSE-100 listed group, which is now focused on its Premier Inn hotel operations, has seen its share price fall over 4 per cent this morning.
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38h Meanwhile: Meet the People Who Seek Out Radon Water (and Then Take a Big Gulp)
The E.P.A. warns that radon causes cancer. But some tourists head to mines in Montana to soak it up.
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Japan calls for fight against protectionism as trade war fears bubble - business live38h Updated Japan calls for fight against protectionism as trade war fears bubble - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as Japanese finance minister Taro Aso hits out at protectionism and unfair trade practices
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Outlook for UK housing market is its worst in 20 years, says Rics39h Outlook for UK housing market is its worst in 20 years, says Rics
Surveyors across the country expect the slump to continue as buyers are put off by Brexit uncertainty, research by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) has found.
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Hitachi scraps £16bn nuclear power station in Wales39h Hitachi scraps £16bn nuclear power station in Wales
Japanese giant unable to agree deal with UK as fears grow for Anglesey atomic plant Hitachi has scrapped plans to build a nuclear power station in Wales, becoming the
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Is it still worth investing in tech stocks?39h Is it still worth investing in tech stocks?
The tech sector has been buffeted by the choppy financial market since Octobe, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq index falling 14 per cent from record highs in August 2018.
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Millions at risk of scammers as only 39% have antivirus on phones39h Millions at risk of scammers as only 39% have antivirus on phones
As many as 61 per cent of people could be leaving themselves vulnerable to scammers online, according to a new survey.
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No-deal Brexit warning for UK drivers39h Updated No-deal Brexit warning for UK drivers
A no-deal Brexit would mean anyone planning to drive outside the UK would need an insurance Green Card.
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Seven shares to back for 2019 and profit from the unloved UK40h Seven shares to back for 2019 and profit from the unloved UK
Worries have dragged down the price of good quality companies as well as bad and some now look cheap, argues analyst Simon McGarry of Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management.
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DealBook: Larry Fink Calls on Businesses to Lead, Not Just Live, With Purpose40h DealBook: Larry Fink Calls on Businesses to Lead, Not Just Live, With Purpose
A year after his annual letter to chief executives urged them to run their companies with the social good in mind, the BlackRock C.E.O. said they must step into a leadership vacuum.
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Primark Christmas trading exceeds expectations40h Primark Christmas trading exceeds expectations
Fashion retailer Primark has joined a growing list of retailers to report a bumper Christmas trading period.
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ALEX BRUMMER: The departures of Rakesh Kapoor and Bart Becht mark the end of an era41h Updated ALEX BRUMMER: The departures of Rakesh Kapoor and Bart Becht mark the end of an era
Under Kapoor Reckitt went from a minor league business known for Cillit Bang toilet cleaners into a healthcare giant with a market value of £41bn, placing it just outside the top ten in the FTSE100
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CITY DIARY: Blackrock falls victims to elaborate spoof letter hoax41h Updated CITY DIARY: Blackrock falls victims to elaborate spoof letter hoax
Blackrock fell victim to an elaborate hoax after a spoof letter was sent to media outlets purporting to be from the firm's mucho intenso boss, Larry Fink
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Why is my insurance more due to other drivers’ mistakes?41h Why is my insurance more due to other drivers’ mistakes?
I have a clean licence and big no claims – but my premium has gone up to nearly £2,000
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Hitachi to suspend work on nuclear reactor42h Hitachi to suspend work on nuclear reactor
Hitachi has frozen plans to build a nuclear power station at Wylfa on Anglesey in a move that could lead to the loss of 400 jobs.
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France calls on Renault to replace Ghosn42h France calls on Renault to replace Ghosn
France has requested the board of Renault meet to replace its scandal-hit boss Carlos Ghosn.
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How a deluge of money nearly broke the Premier League42h How a deluge of money nearly broke the Premier League
It’s the world’s most lucrative football league. But a civil war over all that money almost toppled it
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43h Updated Slow Gains for Women and Minorities on Boards of Big U.S. Firms, Study Says
The percentage of minorities and women serving as directors of America’s largest public companies has risen since 2016, but white men still dominate, the Alliance for Board Diversity found.
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Facebook Advertising Profiles Are a Mystery to Most Users, Survey Says43h Facebook Advertising Profiles Are a Mystery to Most Users, Survey Says
About three-fourths of the Facebook users in a Pew Research Center survey said they were not aware of the Ad Preferences page, which lists their personal traits made available to advertisers.
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