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Trump Blasts Fed, China and Europe for Putting U.S. Economy at a Disadvantage1h 6m Updated Trump Blasts Fed, China and Europe for Putting U.S. Economy at a Disadvantage
The president turned his ire on the American central bank, as well as trading partners that are fighting back against his tariffs, in a series of Twitter posts.
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China Woos U.A.E. With Trade, Balancing Concerns Over Iran Ties1h 23m Updated China Woos U.A.E. With Trade, Balancing Concerns Over Iran Ties
The Chinese president wrapped up three-day meeting in U.A.E with flurry of business agreements, bolstering economic ties with a key ally of Saudi Arabia, just as Beijing is emerging as a critical partner for an increasingly isolated Iran.
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Lebanese farmer: Growing cannabis should be legal1h 27m Lebanese farmer: Growing cannabis should be legal
Lebanon is considering legalising cannabis. A farmer explains why this could "benefit everyone".
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Bayer Will Stop Selling the Troubled Essure Birth Control Implants1h 39m Updated Bayer Will Stop Selling the Troubled Essure Birth Control Implants
Thousands of women have sued the company, claiming that the device has caused severe harm, including perforation of the uterus, hemorrhaging and death.
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Facebook Suspends Analytics Firm on Concerns About Sharing of Public User-Data1h 45m Updated Facebook Suspends Analytics Firm on Concerns About Sharing of Public User-Data
Facebook said it was suspending analytics firm Crimson Hexagon while it investigates whether the firm’s government contracts violate Facebook policies.
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Gender Letter: Women, Stop Volunteering for Office Housework!1h 48m Updated Gender Letter: Women, Stop Volunteering for Office Housework!
If you think that raising your hand for tasks you’re not really into will pay off at some point in some way, think again.
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1h 55m Updated Stocks End Slightly Lower as Traders Shrug Off Trade Talk
U.S. stocks inched lower Friday as bond yields jumped, a shift that helped banks but hurt companies that pay big dividends. The dollar fell after President Donald Trump said China is manipulating its currency.
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Gina Rinehart company revealed as $4.5m donor to climate sceptic thinktank2h Gina Rinehart company revealed as $4.5m donor to climate sceptic thinktank
Billionaire’s company gave significant donations to the Institute of Public Affairs in 2016 and 2017 Australia’s richest person, mining magnate Gina Rinehart, has been revealed as a key funder of the rightwing thinktank the
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Bayer to Stop Selling Essure in U.S.2h Bayer to Stop Selling Essure in U.S.
Bayer AG will stop selling its Essure birth-control device in the U.S. after this year due to declining sales, the company said Friday.
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co-working: Eaton, a Liberal Clubhouse, Opening Close to Trump’s2h co-working: Eaton, a Liberal Clubhouse, Opening Close to Trump’s
In Washington, D.C., a new venture from the Langham hotel scion Katherine Lo.
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Skechers Shares Fall Amid Higher Costs2h Updated Skechers Shares Fall Amid Higher Costs
Shares at the footwear company fell 21% Friday following a disappointing second-quarter earnings report.
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Shonda Rhimes Describes Her Grand Netflix Ambitions2h Shonda Rhimes Describes Her Grand Netflix Ambitions
The star producer reveals the eight shows she plans to make for the streaming service, which wooed her away from ABC with a nine-figure deal.
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Esterline Technologies Exploring Potential Sale2h Updated Esterline Technologies Exploring Potential Sale
Aerospace-parts maker Esterline Technologies Corp. is exploring a potential sale, according to people familiar with the matter.
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Trying to Flip the House, ZIP code by ZIP code3h Updated Trying to Flip the House, ZIP code by ZIP code
Swing Left, a Democratic political action committee founded after the 2016 election by three relative novices, resembles a Silicon Valley start-up more than a traditional political organization.
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Honeywell Increases Sales Guidance Despite Posting Lower Profit3h Updated Honeywell Increases Sales Guidance Despite Posting Lower Profit
Honeywell raised its financial guidance for the year as sales rose in its latest quarter, even as profit fell.
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Smart meters to cut energy bills by just £11, say MPs3h Smart meters to cut energy bills by just £11, say MPs
MPs say smart meters will not deliver expected savings, while the roll-out programme will fail to meet its deadline
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Mortgage misery3h Mortgage misery
Excessive lending before the Financial Crisis has left many homeowners at risk of having their homes repossessed
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 Will Glaxo spin off consumer arm to focus on its pharmaceuticals and vaccines? 3h Will Glaxo spin off consumer arm to focus on its pharmaceuticals and vaccines?
Philip Hampton, the British drugs giant's chairman, is reportedly considering the move after talks with major shareholders. Such a shake-up was called for by fund manager Neil Woodford last year.
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 INVESTMENT EXTRA: Would you take a bet on a boom in Kuwait or other very risky fast-growing nations? 3h INVESTMENT EXTRA: Would you take a bet on a boom in Kuwait or other very risky fast-growing nations?
Choosing to invest money in some of the world’s smallest but fastest-growing economies, known as ‘frontier markets’, has always been a risky business.
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 MARKET REPORT: £45m wiped off disaster insurer Beazley after claims rise 3h MARKET REPORT: £45m wiped off disaster insurer Beazley after claims rise
The insurance giant revealed that its profit for the first half had plummeted by 63.8 per cent to £43.9m, after it generated an 80 per cent lower return on its investments.
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 The £1.5billion High Street pension time bomb: Retailers struggling to fund retirement plan 3h The £1.5billion High Street pension time bomb: Retailers struggling to fund retirement plan
As beleaguered retailers shut stores and slash tens of thousands of jobs, our analysis shows how they are also struggling to fund the retirement plans of their staff.
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 ALEX BRUMMER: Pay watchdogs fail to bark leaving shareholders fuming 3h ALEX BRUMMER: Pay watchdogs fail to bark leaving shareholders fuming
The disconnect between governance rules so readily signed up to by investors and their willingness to challenge what goes on in the boardroom is contemptible.
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 SHARE PUNT OF THE WEEK: Myanmar Strategic Holdings develops and manages businesses in Myanmar 3h SHARE PUNT OF THE WEEK: Myanmar Strategic Holdings develops and manages businesses in Myanmar
Yesterday MSH announced it would partner with the MCTA:RVi Academy Mandalay, an international school in Myanmar, to provide English language training on the firm’s campus.
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 DAILY BRIEFING: Rising oil prices boost takings at London-listed producer Urals Energy 3h DAILY BRIEFING: Rising oil prices boost takings at London-listed producer Urals Energy
The Russia-focused firm said it had secured net proceeds of $53.44 per barrel on a tanker shipment that left its Barents Sea base earlier this month.
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 RAY MASSEY: The new Volvo V60 estate is a solid family car with a touch of flair 3h RAY MASSEY: The new Volvo V60 estate is a solid family car with a touch of flair
The Volvo estate has been an emblem of middle-class family motoring in Britain for generations. And, despite the ceaseless rise of the sports utility vehicle, Volvo is determined to keep things that way.
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Six ways China could retaliate in a trade war3h Six ways China could retaliate in a trade war
With the US President suggesting tariffs could hit $500bn of goods, China could retaliate in several ways.
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Retailer Brookstone Seeks Bankruptcy Financing3h Retailer Brookstone Seeks Bankruptcy Financing
Brookstone, the specialty retailer, is shopping for bankruptcy financing to fund its business while under chapter 11 protection.
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Trump Continues Fed Criticism, Renews Threat on China Imports4h Trump Continues Fed Criticism, Renews Threat on China Imports
President Trump continued his criticism of the Federal Reserve, saying higher rates hurt the U.S. economic expansion, and accused China and Europe of manipulating their currencies to hurt the U.S. on trade.
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17 Dead After Duck Boat Capsizes Near Branson, Missouri4h Updated 17 Dead After Duck Boat Capsizes Near Branson, Missouri
High winds tore through the area on Thursday evening, and the tourist boat capsized and sank to the bottom of the lake.
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The $20 Billion Question for Guyana4h Updated The $20 Billion Question for Guyana
This largely underdeveloped country on South America’s northern Atlantic coast is the unlikely setting for the world’s next big oil boom. But is it ready to handle the riches?
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G.E. Announces Progress on Cost-Cutting, but Risks Still Lurk4h Updated G.E. Announces Progress on Cost-Cutting, but Risks Still Lurk
The company, which reported a 30 percent decline in net profit to $615 million, has set about shrinking its business to focus on three major operations.
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4h Updated Stocks Waver, Dollar Slips as Traders Shrug Off Trade Talk
U.S. stocks are little changed Friday as traders shrug off the latest trade threats from President Donald Trump and focus on company earnings reports, which contained some better-than-expected results from big names including Microsoft. Bond yields are rising and the dollar is falling.
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Trump Escalates Criticism of Fed, Renews Threat on China Imports5h Updated Trump Escalates Criticism of Fed, Renews Threat on China Imports
President Donald Trump escalated his criticism of the Federal Reserve, saying that its efforts to raise short-term interest rates hurt the U.S. economic expansion, and he accused China and the EU of manipulating their currencies to hurt the U.S. on trade.
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Share of U.S. Employees Offered Health Care Through Work Rises5h Share of U.S. Employees Offered Health Care Through Work Rises
For the first time in six years, the portion of U.S. workers offered health insurance through their employer has risen, a sign a tighter labor market is prompting businesses to offer more generous benefits.
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Platform Specialty Products to Sell Unit for $4.2 Billion5h Updated Platform Specialty Products to Sell Unit for $4.2 Billion
Platform Specialty Products has agreed to sell its agricultural-chemicals business to closely held UPL for $4.2 billion in cash.
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WhatsApp to Limit Forwarding After Rumor-Led Violence in India6h Updated WhatsApp to Limit Forwarding After Rumor-Led Violence in India
Facebook’s WhatsApp messaging service is making it harder for users to forward content after the spread of rumors on the app led to mob violence and the killing of more than 20 people in India.
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 The New Old Age: Got Medicare Advantage? Prepare for New Perks — and New Questions.6h The New Old Age: Got Medicare Advantage? Prepare for New Perks — and New Questions.
Medicare Advantage plans will be allowed to cover adult day care, home modifications and other new benefits. But they may not be available to all enrollees every year.
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Chinese Shopping App Pinduoduo Sued in U.S. Ahead of I.P.O.6h Updated Chinese Shopping App Pinduoduo Sued in U.S. Ahead of I.P.O.
As it prepares to list shares on the Nasdaq, the fast-growing online marketplace has been hit by a complaint that it allows sales of knockoff diapers.
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Trump threatens to hit all $505bn of Chinese imports with tariffs6h Trump threatens to hit all $505bn of Chinese imports with tariffs
President indicates readiness to slap tariffs on the entirety of Chinese goods, saying it is ‘the right thing to do for our country’ Donald Trump escalated economic global tensions on Friday, lashing out a range of targets that included the European Union, the Federal Reserve and China, indicating that he is prepared to raise tariffs on Chinese imports from $34bn to cover the entire $505bn of Chinese imports. “I’m willing to go to 500,” he said during a taped interview with the business channel CNBC, an escalation he was prepared to make
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Succes in Ashford stands as a model for attracting shoppers7h Succes in Ashford stands as a model for attracting shoppers
A third of shops at Park Mall were empty, but council investment has seen a marked turnaround “We were a town that, like others, was dying with empty shops,” says Gerry Clarkson, the no-nonsense leader of Ashford borough council, of why it bought a run down shopping centre. A third of the stores in the Kent town’s 1980s-built Park Mall lay empty and even the charity shops that had moved in were struggling to scratch a living. Things were so grim the town received a handout in 2012 after being picked as a
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 How impact investing can profit from companies shaping our future 7h Updated How impact investing can profit from companies shaping our future
What if caring about where you invest could make you more money? That could potentially be the case for those who back impact investing, fund manager Tim Crockford explains why.
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Law That Saved the Bald Eagle Could Be Vastly Reworked7h Law That Saved the Bald Eagle Could Be Vastly Reworked
The revisions have wide-reaching implications, including for how the federal government would protect species from climate change.
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 What to do with a life-changing sum of money? This is Money podcast 7h Updated What to do with a life-changing sum of money? This is Money podcast
A life-changing sum of money is a nice problem to have but that doesn’t mean it’s not tricky. On this week's podcast we discuss how to enjoy some and invest the rest.
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Trump threatens to put tariffs on all $500bn Chinese imports – as it happened7h Trump threatens to put tariffs on all $500bn Chinese imports – as it happened
All the day’s economic and financial news, as the US president gives markets something new to worry about
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Landlords in legal challenge to House of Fraser rescue7h Updated Landlords in legal challenge to House of Fraser rescue
In a legal challenge landlords say they have been unfairly treated in the rescue deal for House of Fraser.
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17 Dead in Missouri After Duck Boat Capsizes Near Branson7h 17 Dead in Missouri After Duck Boat Capsizes Near Branson
High winds tore through the area on Thursday evening, and the tourist boat capsized and sank to the bottom of the lake.
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GOP Senators Ratchet Up Pressure on Trump Over Tariffs7h Updated GOP Senators Ratchet Up Pressure on Trump Over Tariffs
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch, one of President Donald Trump’s most steadfast allies, is ratcheting up pressure on the White House to reconsider tariff policies, warning that GOP senators may be ready to risk a legislative confrontation.
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House of Fraser landlords take action over store closures7h House of Fraser landlords take action over store closures
Property owners file legal complaint, claiming insolvency process treats them unfairly House of Fraser is facing a legal challenge from a group of landlords over a plan to close more than half its stores by next spring. The landlords, who filed a complaint via the court of session in Edinburgh on Friday, say that they were “unfairly prejudiced” during an insolvency process known as a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) that was approved by a majority of creditors, including landlords, last month.
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No such thing as a free Friday lunch | Brief letters7h No such thing as a free Friday lunch | Brief letters
Work down Fridays | Welsh sporting wonders | General election call | Buses and taxis | Birkenhead | Morris minor letter writersThe suggestion that we scrap working on Fridays (
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 FTSE LIVE: Unilever hands £2.7 billion to investors 8h Updated FTSE LIVE: Unilever hands £2.7 billion to investors
The FTSE 100 closed down 5.18 points at 7678.79 and the pound was at $1.31 against the dollar.
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8h Updated Stocks Wobble, Dollar Slips as Traders Shrug Off Trade Talk
Major U.S. stock indexes are drifting between small gains and losses as traders shrug off the latest trade threats from President Donald Trump and focus on company earnings reports, which contained some better-than-expected results from big names including Microsoft. Industrial conglomerate Honeywell is also higher. General Electric fell after saying its power business is still struggling. The dollar fell and bond yields rose, which is sending high-dividend companies lower. Small-company stocks, which have done well in recent days, lagged the market.
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Bayer Will Stop Selling Essure Birth Control Implants8h Bayer Will Stop Selling Essure Birth Control Implants
Thousands of women have complained that the device has caused injuries, including perforation of the uterus.
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13 Dead in Missouri After Duck Boat Capsizes Near Branson8h 13 Dead in Missouri After Duck Boat Capsizes Near Branson
High winds tore through the area on Thursday evening, and the tourist boat capsized and sank to the bottom of the lake.
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Let’s move to Ramsbottom, Greater Manchester: the town is a delight8h Let’s move to Ramsbottom, Greater Manchester: the town is a delight
For a place with only 18,000 residents, it has a thriving music scene and a remarkable selection of pubs, bars and restaurants
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Trump threatens to put tariffs on all $500bn Chinese imports – business live8h Updated Trump threatens to put tariffs on all $500bn Chinese imports – business live
All the day’s economic and financial news, as the US president gives markets something new to worry about
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Trump Again Targets $500 Billion in Imports From China9h Updated Trump Again Targets $500 Billion in Imports From China
President Trump reiterated his threat to put a tariff on every dollar of China’s roughly $500 billion in exports to the U.S.
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Toblerone to revert to original shape but with bigger size and price9h Toblerone to revert to original shape but with bigger size and price
Poundland will be forced to drop the chocolate bar as it will weigh 200g and cost £3 Toblerone is reverting to its traditional shape after an outcry over a move to widen the gaps between the triangles - and push though a huge price rise at the same time. The 150g bar was
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13 Dead After Duck Boat Capsizes Near Branson, Mo.9h Updated 13 Dead After Duck Boat Capsizes Near Branson, Mo.
High winds tore through the area on Thursday evening, and the tourist boat capsized and sank to the bottom of the lake.
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Sen. Orrin Hatch Urges President to Rethink Trade Policies9h Updated Sen. Orrin Hatch Urges President to Rethink Trade Policies
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch is ratcheting up pressure on President Donald Trump to reconsider his tariff policies, warning that GOP senators may be ready to risk a legislative confrontation.
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Ryanair pilot strike to continue next week10h Ryanair pilot strike to continue next week
The Irish low-cost airline is facing a series of walkouts by staff over working conditions.
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Comcast Drops Bid for Fox Assets, Will Pursue Deal for Sky10h Updated Comcast Drops Bid for Fox Assets, Will Pursue Deal for Sky
Comcast said it was dropping its pursuit for most of 21st Century Fox, ending a bidding war with Walt Disney, but said it would continue its pursuit of European pay-TV giant Sky PLC.
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Your Money Adviser: At Least Online, Interest Rates on Savings Finally Move Up10h Your Money Adviser: At Least Online, Interest Rates on Savings Finally Move Up
Digital rates are approaching or even exceeding 2 percent. While that’s hardly breathtaking, it is far better than many of the big banks’ offerings.
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WhatsApp to Limit Message Forwarding After Rumor-Led Violence in India10h Updated WhatsApp to Limit Message Forwarding After Rumor-Led Violence in India
Facebook’s WhatsApp messaging service is making it harder for users to forward content after the spread of rumors on the app led to mob violence and the killing of more than 20 people in India.
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Platform Specialty Products to Sell Agriculture Unit for $4.2 Billion10h Platform Specialty Products to Sell Agriculture Unit for $4.2 Billion
Platform Specialty Products has agreed to sell its agricultural-chemicals business to closely held UPL for $4.2 billion in cash.
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 Unilever plots to cut out the supermarkets and target online shoppers with its premium products  10h Updated Unilever plots to cut out the supermarkets and target online shoppers with its premium products 
The company behind Marmite and Dove soap said it wanted more of its businesses to adopt the model of Dollar Shave Club, which sells mail-order grooming products online.
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As Momentum for Sinclair Deal Stalls, Tribune Considers Options10h Updated As Momentum for Sinclair Deal Stalls, Tribune Considers Options
The Sinclair Broadcast Group’s plan to create a broadcasting behemoth that it hoped would rival Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News appears to be coming to an end.
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 Councils introducing buy-to-let landlord licenses costing up to £1,000 10h Updated Councils introducing buy-to-let landlord licenses costing up to £1,000
One in five boroughs are now operating licensing schemes, which tighten the rules landlords must adhere to beyond what government regulations already require.
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Hey, Let’s Start a Political Movement11h Hey, Let’s Start a Political Movement
Swing Left, a political action committee founded by three relative novices after the 2016 election, resembles a Silicon Valley start-up more than a traditional campaign organization.
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Weak pound helps lure record number of overseas visitors to UK11h Weak pound helps lure record number of overseas visitors to UK
Fall in sterling since the Brexit vote seen as a factor in rise to nearly 40m visits last year Sterling’s plunge after the
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Trump: Ready to Impose Tariffs on $500 Billion in Chinese Imports12h Updated Trump: Ready to Impose Tariffs on $500 Billion in Chinese Imports
President Donald Trump reiterated his threat to put a tariff on every dollar of China’s roughly $500 billion in exports to the U.S.
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Holidaymakers hit as pound falls12h Holidaymakers hit as pound falls
Britons heading abroad are seeing the poorest exchange rates for nine months.
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Hedge Fund Titan Paulson Takes on Tiny Toronto Gold Miner12h Hedge Fund Titan Paulson Takes on Tiny Toronto Gold Miner
John Paulson made his name betting against the U.S. housing market and taking on American International Group Inc. Now his hedge fund is zeroing in on a small Toronto-based gold miner.
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Weak UK growth and tax revenues put the squeeze on Hammond13h Weak UK growth and tax revenues put the squeeze on Hammond
Smaller reduction in June spending deficit will restrict chancellor’s budget plans Weak economic growth and sluggish tax revenues prevented the government from
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 Hermes delivers sales rise as lust for luxury holds firm in China 13h Hermes delivers sales rise as lust for luxury holds firm in China
Hermes International has hailed strong quarterly sales as Chinese shoppers continue to go wild for luxury fashion, despite the burgeoning trade war with the US.
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 CMA raises concerns over increased cost of consumer credit cards 13h CMA raises concerns over increased cost of consumer credit cards
Experian's £275m takeover of ClearScore could be the subject of an in-depth probe by the CMA over concerns that it could increase the cost of credit cards and loans for consumers
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11 Dead After Duck Boat Capsizes Near Branson, Mo.13h Updated 11 Dead After Duck Boat Capsizes Near Branson, Mo.
High winds tore through the area on Thursday evening, and the tourist boat capsized and sank to the bottom of the lake.
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DealBook Briefing: Comcast Gave Up Fox. Now It’s All Eyes on Sky.13h Updated DealBook Briefing: Comcast Gave Up Fox. Now It’s All Eyes on Sky.
The cable giant has pulled out of one bidding war. But the fight for a U.K. broadcaster looks set to rumble on.
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 10 best new estates you can buy right now 13h Updated 10 best new estates you can buy right now
When it comes to estate-car shopping, total boot capacity isn't the most important factor. The best load luggers are the ones that have the most usable compartment. Here are our top 10 picks.
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 If I buy my first property to let do I pay extra stamp duty? 13h Updated If I buy my first property to let do I pay extra stamp duty?
I have never owned a property before and would now like to buy one but may also have to move for work and never actually move into it - would I face the 3% stamp duty surcharge?
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 Co-operative Energy hikes prices by 5.2% adding £61 on to energy bills for 128,000 customers 13h Updated Co-operative Energy hikes prices by 5.2% adding £61 on to energy bills for 128,000 customers
The price rise will affect all those with a standard variable tariff and add an average of £61 onto a dual fuel energy bill bringing it to £1,218 per year.
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Trump threatens to put tariffs on all Chinese imports – business live13h Updated Trump threatens to put tariffs on all Chinese imports – business live
All the day’s economic and financial news, as the US president gives markets something new to worry about
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 How much money will I save on my bills if I buy a water butt? 13h Updated How much money will I save on my bills if I buy a water butt?
What are the benefits of having a water butt installed and will it help me with my water bills? I have a water meter and pay for the water I use so would like to find a way to cut down my costs.
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Pave Over the Subway? Cities Face Tough Bets on Driverless Cars13h Updated Pave Over the Subway? Cities Face Tough Bets on Driverless Cars
Transit advocates fear that unrealistic hopes for new technology — and how soon it’ll get here — could lead cities down the wrong path.
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A Health Insurer Tells Patients It Won’t Pay Their E.R. Bills, but Then Pays Them Anyway14h Updated A Health Insurer Tells Patients It Won’t Pay Their E.R. Bills, but Then Pays Them Anyway
Anthem may save money simply by announcing its policy, even if it is never enforced.
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 CMA raises concerns over increased cost of consumer credit cards and loans 14h CMA raises concerns over increased cost of consumer credit cards and loans
Experian's £275m takeover of ClearScore could be the subject of an in-depth probe by the CMA over concerns that it could increase the cost of credit cards and loans for consumers
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Trump fuels currency war fears with Federal Reserve criticism – business live14h Updated Trump fuels currency war fears with Federal Reserve criticism – business live
All the day’s economic and financial news, as the US president gives markets something new to worry about
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 Bag maker Hermes delivers sales rise as lust for luxury holds firm in China despite trade war 14h Bag maker Hermes delivers sales rise as lust for luxury holds firm in China despite trade war
Hermes International has hailed strong quarterly sales as Chinese shoppers continue to go wild for luxury fashion, despite the burgeoning trade war with the US.
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 Cancer and your finances: How to get affordable travel insurance with a pre-existing illness 14h Updated Cancer and your finances: How to get affordable travel insurance with a pre-existing illness
Mention the 'C' word and insurers see pound signs - either that or they slam the proverbial door in your face. At least that's how it can feel. Here's our guide to getting cover with a pre-existing illness.
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UK government borrowing at 11-year low14h Updated UK government borrowing at 11-year low
Public sector borrowing between April and June fell to the lowest level since 2007.
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 Most complained about broadband revealed 15h Updated Most complained about broadband revealed
TalkTalk received highest number of broadband and landline complaints at the start of the year, but if you're with a poorly-performing provider, you have the right to complain or switch.
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Revealed: The People Behind an Anti-Breitbart Twitter Account15h Revealed: The People Behind an Anti-Breitbart Twitter Account
No longer anonymously run, Sleeping Giants continues its mission of alerting companies to where their digital ads end up.
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Trump’s Visits Ground Business at Small New Jersey Airports15h Trump’s Visits Ground Business at Small New Jersey Airports
The flight restrictions that occur when President Trump visits his golf club in Bedminster, N.J., may force some small airports or businesses to close unless changes are made.
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 Marmite maker to launch second buyback round to purchase around £5.4bn worth of shares by year-end 15h Marmite maker to launch second buyback round to purchase around £5.4bn worth of shares by year-end
Unilever has returned around €3bn (£2.7bn) to investors after a successful first round of its share buyback programme.
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WhatsApp limits message forwarding in India15h WhatsApp limits message forwarding in India
WhatsApp is testing a feature limiting forwarded messages following a wave of mob violence in India prompted by rumours spread via the messaging app.
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Interior Department Proposes a Vast Reworking of the Endangered Species Act15h Updated Interior Department Proposes a Vast Reworking of the Endangered Species Act
The revisions have wide-reaching implications, including for how the federal government would protect species from climate change.
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NEC-owner hires bankers for £800m sell-off16h NEC-owner hires bankers for £800m sell-off
The group behind some of Britain's biggest exhibitions and events venues has hired bankers to oversee an £800m auction that will generate unprecedented windfalls for its private equity backers.
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 FTSE LIVE: Unilever hands £2.7 billion to investors; Insurer Beazley suffers blow to profits 17h FTSE LIVE: Unilever hands £2.7 billion to investors; Insurer Beazley suffers blow to profits
Unilever has reached the halfway point of a major share buyback programme after returning £2.7bn to investors, and Insurer Beazley has suffered a 64 per cent profit crash.
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James Packer: Australia tycoon quits boards amid focus on health17h James Packer: Australia tycoon quits boards amid focus on health
James Packer retreats from business life after a tumultuous period that affected him psychologically.
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Homes by the water for sale – in pictures18h Homes by the water for sale – in pictures
Dive in to the property market with these waterside houses, from Kent to Cornwall
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Why did BT keep sending bills after father had died?18h Why did BT keep sending bills after father had died?
They charged him £70-£80 a month and my mother is £1,600 out of pocket
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Ryanair cancels flights as pilots go on strike19h Ryanair cancels flights as pilots go on strike
Low-cost airline Ryanair has cancelled 24 flights after a quarter of its Irish pilots went on strike.
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Eight Dead After Duck Boat Capsizes Near Branson, Mo.19h Updated Eight Dead After Duck Boat Capsizes Near Branson, Mo.
High winds tore through the area on Thursday evening, and the tourist boat capsized and sank to the bottom of the lake.
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Trump Criticizes Fed Rate Rises in Break With Policy Custom19h Updated Trump Criticizes Fed Rate Rises in Break With Policy Custom
President Donald Trump delivered a rare presidential critique of the Federal Reserve, saying he hoped the central bank would stop raising interest rates.
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Eight Dead After Tourist Boat Capsizes on Missouri Lake20h Eight Dead After Tourist Boat Capsizes on Missouri Lake
High winds tore through the area on Thursday evening, and the tourist boat capsized and sank to the bottom of the lake.
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Paramount Fires President of TV Unit Over Remarks20h Paramount Fires President of TV Unit Over Remarks
The president of Viacom Inc.’s Paramount Television unit was fired Thursday for inappropriate remarks.
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Merck to Lower Prices on Some Drugs, but Not its Blockbusters21h Merck to Lower Prices on Some Drugs, but Not its Blockbusters
The drugs singled out for discounts include the flagging hepatitis C treatment Zepatier and six drugs that have lost their patent protection.
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Wheels: Car Engineers Scoff at Enthusiasts’ Modifications. But Not Always.21h Wheels: Car Engineers Scoff at Enthusiasts’ Modifications. But Not Always.
“They are quite knowledgeable,” a former head of vehicle development at Ford said of owners who bought $41 billion in aftermarket parts in 2016.
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U.S. to Toughen Foreign-Investment Reviews Amid Trade Fight With China21h Updated U.S. to Toughen Foreign-Investment Reviews Amid Trade Fight With China
Congress is poised to strengthen the procedures for vetting both foreign investments in the U.S. and overseas transactions involving cutting-edge American technology.
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Ahead of Brexit, E.U. Shifts Into High Gear to Keep Goods Flowing21h Updated Ahead of Brexit, E.U. Shifts Into High Gear to Keep Goods Flowing
European Union countries are hiring thousands of staff, buying drones and preparing for huge delays as they gird for a worst-case scenario.
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Common Sense: How 2 Media Moguls’ Once-Warm Friendship Turned Frigid21h Common Sense: How 2 Media Moguls’ Once-Warm Friendship Turned Frigid
The legal wrangling between CBS, Viacom and the Redstone family provides a behind-the-scenes view into how quickly a powerful business alliance can fray.
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A 4-Day Workweek? A Test Run Shows a Surprising Result21h Updated A 4-Day Workweek? A Test Run Shows a Surprising Result
A New Zealand firm reduced its workweek to 32 hours over four days, and found that workers were more productive during their time at work.
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Judge Throws Out New York Climate Lawsuit22h Updated Judge Throws Out New York Climate Lawsuit
A federal judge has dismissed a suit brought by the city that would have forced fossil fuel companies to pay for some costs of climate change.
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State of the Art: What Stays on Facebook and What Goes? The Social Network Cannot Answer22h State of the Art: What Stays on Facebook and What Goes? The Social Network Cannot Answer
Asked about the kind of content Facebook keeps up and the kind it removes, company executives from Mark Zuckerberg on down have been comically tripped up in their responses.
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Microsoft Emerges as Clear No. 2 in Cloud Computing23h Updated Microsoft Emerges as Clear No. 2 in Cloud Computing
The cloud computing market is booming, but companies are leery of relying on one tech giant. That is helping Microsoft.
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State of the Art: What Stays on Facebook and What Goes? The Social Network Cannot Answer.23h State of the Art: What Stays on Facebook and What Goes? The Social Network Cannot Answer.
Asked about the kind of content Facebook keeps up and the kind it removes, company executives from Mark Zuckerberg on down have been comically tripped up in their responses.
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How Trump’s Tariffs Tripped Up Alcoa24h How Trump’s Tariffs Tripped Up Alcoa
The aluminum producer’s shares plunged 13 percent after it detailed how the trade war was disrupting its business.
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Alcoa Shares Drop As Investors Worry About Tariff Impacts24h Updated Alcoa Shares Drop As Investors Worry About Tariff Impacts
Shares of Alcoa Corp. fell 13% on Thursday after the aluminum maker said the recently enacted U.S. tariffs are hurting its earnings.
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They Sold Their Startup to P&G. It Struggled. They Quit.24h Updated They Sold Their Startup to P&G. It Struggled. They Quit.
Vermonters Paul and Barbi Schulick sold their vitamin business to Procter & Gamble Co. in 2012. The company went from making roughly $7 million a year to attaining “bleeder-and-weeper” status within P&G, the couple said.
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Update: A Subway Closing? Takes More Than That to Stop This Newsman24h Update: A Subway Closing? Takes More Than That to Stop This Newsman
Ram Badan Singh, one of the last street hawkers of newspapers in New York, is weathering a serious slowdown with help from his fans.
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Boomless speed25h Boomless speed
Three firms are vying to be the first to reintroduce commercial supersonic flight in the next decade.
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Trump Takes a Rare Presidential Swipe at the Fed25h Updated Trump Takes a Rare Presidential Swipe at the Fed
In an interview with CNBC, the president said that “I’m not thrilled” about recent interest rate increases, upending longstanding executive branch protocol to avoid commenting on monetary policy.
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Cadbury to launch Dairy Milk bar with 30% less sugar25h Cadbury to launch Dairy Milk bar with 30% less sugar
Customers can choose between original and new version, which has extra fibre If you are watching your weight but struggle to give up chocolate there may be some relief in view, because
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Ryanair flight cancellations to hit UK and Ireland routes25h Ryanair flight cancellations to hit UK and Ireland routes
The Irish low-cost airline is facing a series of walkouts by staff over working conditions.
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Companies Commit to Job Training in White House Initiative25h Updated Companies Commit to Job Training in White House Initiative
President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed at spurring new investments for training American workers to help them secure jobs.
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Merck to Limit Drug-Price Increases, Cut Some Prices25h Updated Merck to Limit Drug-Price Increases, Cut Some Prices
Merck & Co. said Thursday it will cut U.S. list prices for several of its drugs including the hepatitis C treatment Zepatier, and the company pledged to limit future net price increases.
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‘Enemy of the People’: Trump Breaks Out This Phrase During Moments of Peak Criticism25h ‘Enemy of the People’: Trump Breaks Out This Phrase During Moments of Peak Criticism
A brief list of the times the president has invoked a pet locution of autocrats.
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Tariffs Imperil a Hometown Business in South Carolina: BMW25h Updated Tariffs Imperil a Hometown Business in South Carolina: BMW
The automaker became the No. 1 exporter of American-made cars, transforming Spartanburg. Now it is weighing the impact of an escalation of the trade fight.
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26h Updated U.S. Stocks Fall on Sour Earnings, Trade Fears
U.S. stocks dropped on Thursday after earnings disappointed and trade jitters escalated over worries that the European Union could slap retaliatory tariffs on goods imported from the United States.
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 Royal Mail suffers shareholder revolt as 70% of investors vote against new German boss Rico Back pay 26h Updated Royal Mail suffers shareholder revolt as 70% of investors vote against new German boss Rico Back pay
Around 70 per cent of Royal Mail's investors voted against a deal that could hand new German chief executive Rico Back (pictured) around £2.7million.
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Google Faces Uphill Battle in Appealing EU Android Fine26h Google Faces Uphill Battle in Appealing EU Android Fine
Google has a tough task appealing its $5 billion fine from the European Union, but the challenge isn’t insurmountable.
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 Boeing gets 528 orders at Farnborough Airshow compared to 431 for Airbus 26h Boeing gets 528 orders at Farnborough Airshow compared to 431 for Airbus
Boeing won 528 orders and commitments at the Farnborough Airshow this week, against 431 for arch-rival Airbus. The combined sales are potentially worth £122billion.
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 Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley pays future son-in-law £5m 26h Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley pays future son-in-law £5m
The pay award to Michael Murray, who is engaged to Ashley’s eldest daughter Anna, emerged as the retailer revealed a bombshell £85.4m write-down on its investment in Debenhams.
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How a 9-Year-Old Boy’s Statistic Shaped a Debate on Straws26h Updated How a 9-Year-Old Boy’s Statistic Shaped a Debate on Straws
“It is honestly a little surprising,” said Milo Cress, 17. His research as an elementary school student in 2011 has been widely cited. Is it accurate?
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James Packer: Australia tycoon quits boards citing mental health26h James Packer: Australia tycoon quits boards citing mental health
James Packer retreats from business life after a tumultuous period that affected him psychologically.
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Shares in Ad Giants Fall as Publicis Sales Disappoint27h Updated Shares in Ad Giants Fall as Publicis Sales Disappoint
Shares in some of the biggest ad companies tumbled after Publicis reported revenue below expectations, heightening investors’ concerns.
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Following the Fed, Central Banks Are Ready to Raise Rates27h Following the Fed, Central Banks Are Ready to Raise Rates
A growing number of the world’s central banks are poised to join the U.S. Federal Reserve in lifting interest rates in coming months amid solid global growth, though those plans could be scrambled by rising trade tensions between the major economies.
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 DAILY BRIEFING: Boeing gets 528 orders at the Farnborough Airshow compared to 431 for Airbus 27h DAILY BRIEFING: Boeing gets 528 orders at the Farnborough Airshow compared to 431 for Airbus
Boeing won 528 orders and commitments at the Farnborough Airshow this week, against 431 for arch-rival Airbus. The combined sales are potentially worth £122billion.
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 Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley pays future son-in-law who works at Sports Direct £5m 27h Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley pays future son-in-law who works at Sports Direct £5m
The pay award to Michael Murray, who is engaged to Ashley’s eldest daughter Anna, emerged as the retailer revealed a bombshell £85.4m write-down on its investment in Debenhams.
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US faces retaliation if car tariffs go ahead27h US faces retaliation if car tariffs go ahead
The US is considering tariffs on foreign cars but the EU, Mexico and Canada say they would retaliate.
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 ALEX BRUMMER: Royal Mail and its  Zurich-based boss Rico Back gets a bloody nose from investors 27h ALEX BRUMMER: Royal Mail and its  Zurich-based boss Rico Back gets a bloody nose from investors
The company may claim the vote is ‘non-binding’. The reality is that this is the heaviest defeat for any FTSE100 firm since the 80.1 per cent vote against pay at RBS at the height of the financial crisis in 2009.
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 MARKET REPORT: Moneysupermarket soars after announcing mortgage website 27h MARKET REPORT: Moneysupermarket soars after announcing mortgage website
The firm announced it was launching a new mortgage comparison website in collaboration with two tech entrepreneurs who built comparison engines for loans and credit cards still used by the site.
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 Dinosaur video game proves a roaring success for British tech firm Frontier Developments 27h Dinosaur video game proves a roaring success for British tech firm Frontier Developments
The Cambridge-based company says Jurassic World Evolution, based on the hugely popular Jurassic Park film franchise, has already sold more than 1m copies in its first five weeks.
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Facebook to Remove Misinformation That Leads to Violence27h Updated Facebook to Remove Misinformation That Leads to Violence
Critics say the company has not done enough to block false posts that have led to attacks in countries including Sri Lanka, Myanmar and India.
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 Heatwave boosts the economy as households splash out on food and drink 27h Heatwave boosts the economy as households splash out on food and drink
The Office for National Statistics yesterday said retail sales rose by 2.1 per cent in the second quarter, the best performance since the first quarter of 2004.
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 FCA boss Andrew Bailey got a £75,000 bonus last year 27h FCA boss Andrew Bailey got a £75,000 bonus last year
Andrew Bailey, a front-runner to succeed Mark Carney as governor of the Bank of England, earned a total of £589,000 in the 12 months to the end of March.
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 Universal Studios owner Comcast drops out of the race to buy Fox to ramp up its hunt for Sky 27h Universal Studios owner Comcast drops out of the race to buy Fox to ramp up its hunt for Sky
Comcast and Disney were in a bidding war for Fox's assets, which include its film and television studios, National Geographic, a 30 per cent stake in video website Hulu and Indian network Star.
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Medical Testing Giant LabCorp Hit by Ransomware Attack28h Medical Testing Giant LabCorp Hit by Ransomware Attack
The medical-testing giant Laboratory Corp. of America is dealing with a broad cyberattack, people familiar with the matter said, the latest breach to disrupt companies that hold sensitive information.
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28h Wall Street Falls on Sour Earnings, Trade Fears
U.S. stocks dropped on Thursday after earnings disappointed and trade jitters escalated over worries that the European Union could slap retaliatory tariffs on goods imported from the United States.
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Philip Morris Cuts Sales, Earnings Targets28h Updated Philip Morris Cuts Sales, Earnings Targets
Philip Morris International Inc. lowered its forecast on earnings and sales as it has faced weaker-than-expected demand for IQOS, its smoke-free electronic-cigarette device in global markets.
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Congress to Enact Sweeping Changes to U.S. Foreign Investment Reviews28h Updated Congress to Enact Sweeping Changes to U.S. Foreign Investment Reviews
Congress is poised to enact the first major changes in a decade to the U.S.’s process for vetting foreign investment following a bruising battle among lawmakers and some of the country’s biggest companies.
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Trump in unorthodox criticism of US central bank28h Trump in unorthodox criticism of US central bank
Mr Trump says he is "not happy" with rising interest rates which he argues put the US at a disadvantage.
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29h Wall Street Dips on Weak Earnings, Renewed Trade Jitters
U.S. stocks slipped on Thursday after earnings disappointed and trade jitters intensified on fears that the European Union could slap retaliatory tariffs on goods imported from the United States.
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Tech Fix: What Europe’s Google Fine Means for Android Users29h Updated Tech Fix: What Europe’s Google Fine Means for Android Users
The European Union fined Google a record $5.1 billion. But the ruling will probably have little effect on current Android users.
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Comcast likely to be new owner of Sky29h Updated Comcast likely to be new owner of Sky
The US cable TV giant Comcast is likely to be the new owner of Sky after a lengthy takeover battle.
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The Pursuit of $1 Trillion: Amazon Closes In on Apple29h The Pursuit of $1 Trillion: Amazon Closes In on Apple
The race to surpass the symbolic market cap is Apple’s to lose, but Amazon is increasingly giving it some stiff competition.
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Billionaire casino owner James Packer quits business interests30h Billionaire casino owner James Packer quits business interests
Australian tycoon is believed to have recently received treatment for depression Billionaire James Packer has resigned from 22 Australian company directorships in the past few weeks and no longer holds any board seats in his home country, according to corporate records, signalling his almost full retreat from public business life. The major shareholder of casino operator Crown Resorts, Packer cited mental illness as the reason for his
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U.S. Envoy to China Feels the Heat From Trade Fight30h Updated U.S. Envoy to China Feels the Heat From Trade Fight
Ambassador Terry Branstad, raised on an Iowa farm, is caught in the middle of the trade fight between the U.S. and China, with his home state in Beijing’s crosshairs and his special relationships with Donald Trump and Xi Jinping put to the test.
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30h Weak Earnings, Strong Dollar Hit Large-Caps; Small-Caps Gain
U.S. stocks were set for their biggest drop in a week on Thursday as weak earnings reports were compounded by a strong dollar that not only hit metal prices and weighed on miners, but also raised concerns about future corporate revenue growth.
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China Has 487 Electric-Car Makers, and Cities Want More30h Updated China Has 487 Electric-Car Makers, and Cities Want More
Partnerships between cities and electric-car startups are springing up all over China, spurred by Beijing’s call for the country to become a world power in electric-vehicle technology and by local governments eager to jump on the bandwagon.
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Majority of investors reject pay deal for Royal Mail chief executive30h Updated Majority of investors reject pay deal for Royal Mail chief executive
At least 70% of shareholders objected to lavish offer made to Rico Back but could not stop it Royal Mail investors have staged one of the biggest pay revolts in UK corporate history, with nearly three-quarters refusing to support the remuneration package handed to its new chief executive. The postal service,
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Poundworld to disappear from the High Street31h Updated Poundworld to disappear from the High Street
The collapse means all 335 stores will have closed by 10 August with the loss of 5,100 jobs.
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Sports Direct profits plunge by 72% after £85m hit on Debenhams stake31h Updated Sports Direct profits plunge by 72% after £85m hit on Debenhams stake
Fall from £281.6m to £77.5m reflects drop in value of investment in struggling department store chain Profits at
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U.S. Jobless Claims Hit Lowest Level Since 196931h Updated U.S. Jobless Claims Hit Lowest Level Since 1969
The number of Americans claiming new unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest level in nearly five decades.
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Deutsche Bank trader jailed for five years for rigging lending rates31h Deutsche Bank trader jailed for five years for rigging lending rates
Christian Bittar estimated to have dishonestly made £2.5m on top of already huge salary A former “world-class trader” has been jailed for more than five years after helping to rig a vital banking benchmark. Ex-Deutsche Bank trader Christian Bittar was part of a wider conspiracy to dishonestly manipulate Euribor lending rates. The 46-year-old played a leading role in the four-year fraud and his personal profit was estimated to be around £2.5m.
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You Want This Tattoo? Get in Line31h Updated You Want This Tattoo? Get in Line
Keith McCurdy, the owner of Bang Bang, has transformed the body-art industry with his diverse hiring and high prices. Of course there’s a wait list.
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31h Wall Street Dips on Weak Earnings, Strong Dollar
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday after a slew of weak quarterly reports dampened hopes of a robust earnings season, with a strengthening dollar and trade tensions also weighing on.
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House GOP Push to Extend Tax Cuts Meets Resistance in Senate31h Updated House GOP Push to Extend Tax Cuts Meets Resistance in Senate
House Republicans are busily preparing “Tax Reform 2.0,” an extension of tax cuts that are set to expire after 2025. So far, their Senate counterparts aren’t interested.
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Subsidies for new household solar panels to end next year31h Subsidies for new household solar panels to end next year
Renewable energy installations will no longer benefit from feed-in tariff, ministers confirm The renewables industry and green groups have accused ministers of striking a major blow against household solar power after the government said a green energy subsidy scheme would end next year without a replacement. The closure of the feed-in tariff (FIT) to new applicants from next April marks the final chapter for the scheme, which has encouraged more than 800,000 households to install solar panels since it was launched in 2010.
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On Amazon, Fake Products Plague Smaller Brands32h Updated On Amazon, Fake Products Plague Smaller Brands
Amazon has made it easy for small brands to sell their products to large numbers of customers, but that has also enabled some counterfeiters to cut into their business.
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Poundworld to disappear from high street32h Poundworld to disappear from high street
Poundworld will disappear from the high street next month after its administrators announced the chain's final set of store closures.
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 FTSE LIVE: Sports Direct profits tumble as SSE burnt by UK heatwave 32h Updated FTSE LIVE: Sports Direct profits tumble as SSE burnt by UK heatwave
The FTSE 100 closed up 7.69 points at 7683.97, as the pound dropped to $1.30 after retail sales for June came in below forecasts.
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Comcast Pulls Offer for Fox Assets, Ending Bidding War With Disney32h Updated Comcast Pulls Offer for Fox Assets, Ending Bidding War With Disney
The cable and broadband giant had been locked in a battle with the Walt Disney Company for the bulk of Rupert Murdoch’s Fox empire.
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Mark Zuckerberg Seeks to Clarify Remarks About Holocaust Deniers After Outcry32h Mark Zuckerberg Seeks to Clarify Remarks About Holocaust Deniers After Outcry
Facebook’s chief executive had said in an interview that false and “deeply offensive” conspiracy theories alone were not enough to get someone barred from the site.
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Pound hits 10-month low as World Cup fever hurts UK retail sales - as it happened32h Pound hits 10-month low as World Cup fever hurts UK retail sales - as it happened
All the day’s economic and financial news, as UK retail spending disappoints and the Chinese yuan hits a one-year low
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Trump Bashes E.U. Over $5.1 Billion Fine for Google32h Trump Bashes E.U. Over $5.1 Billion Fine for Google
President Trump has repeatedly criticized the European Union for what he insists are its unfair trading practices.
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Brexit: Raab and Barnier to meet as EU steps up no-deal warnings32h Brexit: Raab and Barnier to meet as EU steps up no-deal warnings
New Brexit secretary holds first talks as EU27 set to get advice on consequences of breakdown The new Brexit secretary, Dominic Raab, is to hold his first meeting with the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, as the EU sends out its strongest warning yet to member states over the need to
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Trump to Sign Executive Order on Job Training32h Updated Trump to Sign Executive Order on Job Training
President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order on Thursday aimed at spurring new investments for training current and future American workers to help them secure jobs domestically.
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Comcast turns focus to Sky after exiting battle for 21st Century Fox33h Updated Comcast turns focus to Sky after exiting battle for 21st Century Fox
US media company’s move will make Rupert Murdoch’s bid to take full control more difficult Comcast has pulled out of its pursuit of 21st Century Fox, turning its focus to
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Pound hits 10-month low as World Cup fever hurts UK retail sales - business live33h Updated Pound hits 10-month low as World Cup fever hurts UK retail sales - business live
All the day’s economic and financial news, as UK retail spending disappoints and the Chinese yuan hits a one-year low
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U.K. Supermarket to Have ‘Quieter Hour’ for People With Autism33h U.K. Supermarket to Have ‘Quieter Hour’ for People With Autism
For an hour on Saturdays, Morrisons will dim the aisles, silence the music and take other steps aimed at easing sensory overload.
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Comcast backs down in fight for 21st Century Fox33h Updated Comcast backs down in fight for 21st Century Fox
The US media giant will concentrate on its Sky bid as Disney takes pole position for 21st Century Fox.
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The Many Ways Tariffs Affect Car Makers33h Updated The Many Ways Tariffs Affect Car Makers
Auto-industry representatives are expected to argue during a Commerce Department hearing that President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs on auto imports would cost jobs and increase car prices.
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Burberry destroys £28m of stock to guard against counterfeits33h Burberry destroys £28m of stock to guard against counterfeits
Luxury brand burns clothing and beauty items in practice said to be widespread in retail The British fashion label Burberry destroyed more than £28m worth of its fashion and cosmetic products over the past year to guard against counterfeiting. In a practice understood to be common across the retail industry, the luxury brand burned £28.6m of products, including £10.4m worth of beauty items, according to its annual report.
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33h Wall Street Lower on Weak Earnings, Escalating Trade Tensions
U.S. stock indexes were trading lower on Thursday, as a batch of weak quarterly reports dampened a robust earnings season and trade tensions rose on news the European Union may retaliate if United States slaps tariffs on EU cars.
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Quarles Says Fed Should Consider Publishing Average Financing Rate34h Quarles Says Fed Should Consider Publishing Average Financing Rate
The Federal Reserve should consider launching an average financing rate alongside its replacement for the scandal-plagued London interbank offered rate, Fed Vice Chairman Randal Quarles said.
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Trump, in Latest Swipe at E.U., Assails $5.1 Billion Fine Against Google34h Updated Trump, in Latest Swipe at E.U., Assails $5.1 Billion Fine Against Google
President Trump has repeatedly criticized the European Union for what he insists are its unfair trading practices.
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No-deal Brexit would harm EU countries as well as UK, warns IMF34h No-deal Brexit would harm EU countries as well as UK, warns IMF
Growth across Europe would fall if UK went on to WTO rules, with Britain worst affected Britain crashing out of the EU without a deal would inflict significant economic pain across Europe leaving the region without any winners, the International Monetary Fund has warned. Staging an intervention as the new Brexit secretary, Dominic Raab,
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Burberry burns bags, clothes and perfume worth millions34h Updated Burberry burns bags, clothes and perfume worth millions
The fashion firm destroyed £28m of unwanted stock last year in a bid to protect its brand.
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Saudi Aramco in Talks to Buy Stake in Petrochemical Firm34h Saudi Aramco in Talks to Buy Stake in Petrochemical Firm
Saudi Aramco said it’s in early talks to buy a stake in one of the world’s largest petrochemical companies, an acquisition that would boost the state-run oil giant’s downstream operations.
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 Sports Direct profits tumble as bet on Debenhams proves costly 35h Updated Sports Direct profits tumble as bet on Debenhams proves costly
Sports Direct said it was forced to write off £85m on its near-30 per cent holding in the department store chain, which – after three profit warnings this year – has seen its market cap shrivel to £155.7m.
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Finance Chiefs Say Too Much Data Is Making It Harder to Manage Risks35h Finance Chiefs Say Too Much Data Is Making It Harder to Manage Risks
Corporate finance chiefs say forming a cohesive and complete assessment of a company from proliferating data streams in an increasingly digital workplace has emerged as a top challenge.
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Eyes on the skies35h Eyes on the skies
Farnborough Airshow in pictures: The big, the fast, the noisy.
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The Most Important Number in Finance Is Going Away. Wall St. Isn’t Prepared.35h The Most Important Number in Finance Is Going Away. Wall St. Isn’t Prepared.
Libor, a benchmark for everything from adjustable mortgages to private student loans, is set to disappear by 2021. Regulators are worried that banks aren’t taking the change seriously enough.
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Trump Nominee Is Behind Anti-Union Legal Campaign35h Updated Trump Nominee Is Behind Anti-Union Legal Campaign
A conservative lawyer chosen to head a federal agency has spent months bringing cases that could bankrupt public-employee unions in several states.
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Comcast drops Fox bid to focus on Sky takeover35h Comcast drops Fox bid to focus on Sky takeover
Comcast, the US media group, says it has abandoned its interest in 21st Century Fox assets and will focus on a takeover of Sky.
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Gaucho to close Cau chain and axe 540 jobs35h Gaucho to close Cau chain and axe 540 jobs
Administrator Deloitte says it will focus on stabilising and selling the Gaucho Grill chain.
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Two former traders jailed in Euribor rate-rigging case35h Two former traders jailed in Euribor rate-rigging case
Christian Bittar and Philippe Moryoussef are jailed for five and eight years respectively for rate-rigging.
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More than 500 Gaucho workers lose jobs as restaurant group collapses35h More than 500 Gaucho workers lose jobs as restaurant group collapses
Cau will close immediately while 16 Gaucho outlets will still trade as a buyer is sought More than 500 restaurant workers have lost their jobs after the
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Gaucho to close Cau chain and axe 540 staff35h Gaucho to close Cau chain and axe 540 staff
Administrator Deloitte says it will focus on stabilising and selling the Gaucho Grill chain.
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