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U.S. Risks Roiling Oil Markets in Trying to Tighten Sanctions 15 Apr 11:55pm Updated U.S. Risks Roiling Oil Markets in Trying to Tighten Sanctions
Oil purchases by China and India are undermining United States sanctions on Iran and Venezuela, but halting them could come at a cost.
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Peter Max’s Studio Is Sued by a Longtime Seller of His Art 15 Apr 10:22pm Peter Max’s Studio Is Sued by a Longtime Seller of His Art
Park West Gallery, known for auctioning the pop artist’s work on cruise ships, says his studio is trying to renege on a contract.
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Billionaire gives €100m to rebuild Notre Dame 15 Apr 10:03pm Billionaire gives €100m to rebuild Notre Dame
Two of France's richest men are to donate hundreds of millions of euros towards the rebuilding of Notre Dame.
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The New York Times Just Won 2 Pulitzers. Read the Winning Work. 15 Apr 8:54pm Updated The New York Times Just Won 2 Pulitzers. Read the Winning Work.
The newspaper is recognized for its work in explanatory reporting and editorial writing.
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Deutsche Bank Is Subpoenaed for Trump Records by House Democrats 15 Apr 8:43pm Deutsche Bank Is Subpoenaed for Trump Records by House Democrats
Subpoenas from the House’s Financial Services and Intelligence committees were the latest attempts by congressional Democrats to collect information about the finances of President Trump.
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Pulitzer Prizes Focus on Coverage of Trump Finances and Parkland Shooting 15 Apr 8:31pm Updated Pulitzer Prizes Focus on Coverage of Trump Finances and Parkland Shooting
Honors go to The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The South Florida Sun Sentinel. And there was a posthumous award for Aretha Franklin.
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In Search for Leverage, Trump May Be Undercutting His Own Trade Deals 15 Apr 8:17pm Updated In Search for Leverage, Trump May Be Undercutting His Own Trade Deals
President Trump’s unpredictable style has brought foreign countries to the negotiating table. But will it result in the United States leaving with more?
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15 Apr 8:13pm Updated Congressional Investigators Subpoena Deutsche Bank and Other Lenders
Subpoenas from the House’s Financial Services and Intelligence committees were the latest attempts by congressional Democrats to collect information about the finances of President Trump.
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N.R.A. Sues Contractor Behind NRATV 15 Apr 7:42pm N.R.A. Sues Contractor Behind NRATV
A new lawsuit raises questions about the National Rifle Association’s relationship with its president, Oliver North, and the future of NRATV.
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How can you stop your kids viewing harmful web content? 15 Apr 7:06pm How can you stop your kids viewing harmful web content?
Is content filtering tech the answer or is education and discussion the key to keeping kids safe?
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L&G steps up action against firms with few female board members 15 Apr 7:01pm L&G steps up action against firms with few female board members
Legal & General fund managers voted against more than 100 chairmen in 2018 The UK’s biggest fund management group voted against more than 100 chairmen last year, at firms including Barclays, Ted Baker and Sports Direct, for failing to boost the number of women in their boardrooms. Legal & General Investment Management, which manages more than £1tn in assets, more than doubled the number of protest votes cast in 2018 over a lack of gender diversity. A year earlier the asset manager only voted against 37 UK chairmen.
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‘Game of Thrones’ Returns to Record Ratings 15 Apr 6:20pm Updated ‘Game of Thrones’ Returns to Record Ratings
Sunday’s final season premiere was watched by 17.4 million viewers, HBO said, topping the show’s previous ratings record for a single episode.
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2019 Pulitzer Prize Winners: Full List 15 Apr 5:40pm Updated 2019 Pulitzer Prize Winners: Full List
From meritorious public service for coverage of the deadly shooting rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to a special citation to the “Queen of Soul,” here is the full list of winners and finalists.
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British Gas boss fights for his job: Iain Conn under fire after shares hit a 20-year low  15 Apr 4:51pm British Gas boss fights for his job: Iain Conn under fire after shares hit a 20-year low 
Iain Conn has been chief executive of the FTSE 100 giant since the start of 2015 - picking up £11.2m in pay along the way. But shares are now at their lowest level since 1999.
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Legal & General hits out at sky-high pay, incompetent auditors and a lack of women in boardrooms 15 Apr 4:51pm Legal & General hits out at sky-high pay, incompetent auditors and a lack of women in boardrooms
The business – which looks after more than £1 trillion for savers – voted against the reappointment of 3,864 directors in 2018, up 37 per cent on the previous year.
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Goldman Sachs to slash staff pay by 20 per cent as slump in share trading hits profits 15 Apr 4:51pm Goldman Sachs to slash staff pay by 20 per cent as slump in share trading hits profits
The investment bank made a £2.1bn profit in the first three months of 2019, down 20 per cent on a year earlier. The decline was largely driven by a slump in share trading due to quieter markets, it said.
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Monsoon and Accessorize to axe stores as carnage on the High Street continues 15 Apr 4:51pm Monsoon and Accessorize to axe stores as carnage on the High Street continues
The clothing and jewellery retailer is also seeking rent reductions on its shops as part of a controversial insolvency procedure called a company voluntary arrangement.
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Chinese web tycoon calls for his countrymen to work 12-hour days, six days a week 15 Apr 4:51pm Chinese web tycoon calls for his countrymen to work 12-hour days, six days a week
Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba – China's version of eBay – described the opportunity to put in more hours as a 'blessing'. Richard Liu, the boss of online shopping giant JD, has echoed Ma's calls,.
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IN THE MONEY: Greggs boss Roger Whiteside handed the rights to shares worth £658k under bonus scheme 15 Apr 4:51pm IN THE MONEY: Greggs boss Roger Whiteside handed the rights to shares worth £658k under bonus scheme
Whiteside took charge of Greggs in 2013 and has presided over a near-quadrupling in its share price through a combination of store openings and savvy marketing campaigns.
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MARKET REPORT: £320m Japanese tie-up vindication for IWG boss 15 Apr 4:51pm MARKET REPORT: £320m Japanese tie-up vindication for IWG boss
Worth £320m, more than double the best-case estimates of analysts at Peel Hunt, the Japanese agreement comes as vindication for IWG's chief executive Mark Dixon.
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Provident Financial chief Malcolm Le May distracted as he fights off hostile takeover bid 15 Apr 4:51pm Provident Financial chief Malcolm Le May distracted as he fights off hostile takeover bid
Malcolm Le May – who is leading the doorstep lender’s efforts to fend off rival Non-Standard Finance – has been tasked with recruiting a chairman at trading company IG Group.
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Ineos warns it could be forced to give up fracking because limit on causing earth tremors is too low 15 Apr 4:51pm Ineos warns it could be forced to give up fracking because limit on causing earth tremors is too low
The petrochemicals giant, run by Britain's richest man Jim Ratcliffe (pictured), argued that the current limit on the size of earth tremors allowed before mining is halted was 'artificially low'.
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ALEX BRUMMER: Soak-the-rich tax policies drive businesses and managers offshore 15 Apr 4:50pm ALEX BRUMMER: Soak-the-rich tax policies drive businesses and managers offshore
Jeremy Corbyn and Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell will kill the golden goose which delivered record employment in Britain if they are able to put their plans into place.
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15 Apr 4:25pm Updated Martin Winterkorn, Ex-VW Chief, Is Charged by Germany in Diesel Emissions Scheme
Prosecutors in Germany connected the charges against Martin Winterkorn and four other managers to events that ran from 2006, when the diesel scandal was first conceived, to 2015.
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Sun Sentinel Wins Public Service Pulitzer for Parkland Shooting Coverage 15 Apr 4:09pm Updated Sun Sentinel Wins Public Service Pulitzer for Parkland Shooting Coverage
The South Florida daily took the prize in the most prestigious category for its coverage of the killings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
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France and Belgium Refuse Support for New Trade Talks With the U.S. 15 Apr 3:55pm Updated France and Belgium Refuse Support for New Trade Talks With the U.S.
The decision doesn’t mean a halt to the negotiations, but the rift is practically unheard-of in the bloc’s recent history.
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Bank of England begins climate enforcement with a velvet glove | Larry Elliott 15 Apr 3:52pm Updated Bank of England begins climate enforcement with a velvet glove | Larry Elliott
Given that it has the clout to force companies to comply, this looks like a promising start We can already hear the distant thunder of climate change and must not wait for the storm to hit. The
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Big Companies Thought Insurance Covered a Cyberattack. They May Be Wrong. 15 Apr 3:37pm Updated Big Companies Thought Insurance Covered a Cyberattack. They May Be Wrong.
Citing a rarely used ‘war exemption,’ insurers say they aren’t responsible for the 2017 NotPetya attack.
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Longer working hours do not mean higher profits, say economists 15 Apr 2:30pm Longer working hours do not mean higher profits, say economists
Overwork can have business costs and is the main reason for workplace sickness in the UK
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US-China trade deal hopes grow 15 Apr 2:19pm US-China trade deal hopes grow
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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15 Apr 2:10pm Martin Winterkorn, Ex-VW Chief, Charged by Germany in Diesel Emissions Scheme
Prosecutors in Germany connected the charges against Martin Winterkorn and four other managers to events that ran from 2006, when the diesel scandal was first conceived, to 2015.
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Goldman Sachs cuts bankers’ bonus pot by 20% as profits fall 15 Apr 2:05pm Goldman Sachs cuts bankers’ bonus pot by 20% as profits fall
Firm announces $798m reduction in amount set aside for benefits and salaries Goldman Sachs has slashed 20% from the cash it sets aside to pay bankers’ bonuses after reporting lower profits in the first three months of the year. The Wall Street firm said it was cutting its salaries and benefits pot by $798m (£609m) to $3.3bn, a move that will hit executives, senior managers and lower-level staff.
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Former head of Volkswagen could face 10 years in prison 15 Apr 1:49pm Former head of Volkswagen could face 10 years in prison
Martin Winterkorn and other executives charged with fraud over emissions test cheating The former boss of Volkswagen (VW) and four other executives face up to a decade in prison after being charged with fraud by German prosecutors over the carmaker’s systematic cheating in emissions tests on diesel vehicles. Martin Winterkorn
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Sports Direct sheds 300 jobs by shutting Wigan warehouse 15 Apr 1:09pm Sports Direct sheds 300 jobs by shutting Wigan warehouse
Union hits out at Mike Ashley’s ‘body blow’ to the region
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As Hollywood Embraces Diversity, Jobs for Female Directors Remain Sparse 15 Apr 1:05pm Updated As Hollywood Embraces Diversity, Jobs for Female Directors Remain Sparse
After years of being called to task for sidelining female filmmakers, studios as a whole continue to rely overwhelmingly on men to lead productions.
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Venture Capital Is Putting Its Money in Astrology 15 Apr 12:55pm Venture Capital Is Putting Its Money in Astrology
The investment in Big Zodiac seems … preordained.
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FTSE LIVE: Debenhams boss to quit; Shopper numbers pick up; TSB to refund fraud victims 15 Apr 12:20pm Updated FTSE LIVE: Debenhams boss to quit; Shopper numbers pick up; TSB to refund fraud victims
The FTSE 100 closed down 0.19 points at 7436.87 and the pound was at $1.31 against the dollar.
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Accessorize and Monsoon to close stores to fix finances 15 Apr 12:11pm Accessorize and Monsoon to close stores to fix finances
‘Dozens’ of less profitable stores could be shut as chain starts insolvency procedure Fashion chain Monsoon Accessorize has become the latest high street retailer to deploy the
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Goldman Sachs profits fall 20%; US-China trade deal hopes grow – as it happened 15 Apr 12:09pm Goldman Sachs profits fall 20%; US-China trade deal hopes grow – as it happened
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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Accessorize and Monsoon to close stores in bid to mend finances 15 Apr 12:02pm Accessorize and Monsoon to close stores in bid to mend finances
‘Dozens’ of less profitable stores could be shut as fashion chain instigates insolvency procedure Fashion chain Monsoon Accessorize has become the latest high street retailer to deploy the
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Russian-owned US aluminium plant a victory for Trump 15 Apr 11:45am Russian-owned US aluminium plant a victory for Trump
When Donald Trump faces American voters again in just over 18 months from now, he will be seeking to provide evidence of how his policies have benefited them.
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ONS harnesses big data in effort to quickly spot economic trends 15 Apr 11:41am ONS harnesses big data in effort to quickly spot economic trends
Novel ways of monitoring the UK economy include counting the number of trucks on roads Government statisticians are trying to harness the power of big data technology, monitoring the number of lorries on roads and company VAT receipts, in an attempt to more rapidly spot changes taking place in the UK economy. The
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One in five UK post offices could close in next year, survey finds 15 Apr 11:39am One in five UK post offices could close in next year, survey finds
Biggest concerns for postmasters include falling incomes and higher costs
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Jet Airways fails to secure emergency funding 15 Apr 11:07am Updated Jet Airways fails to secure emergency funding
The troubled Indian airline has only seven operational aircraft left.
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Goldman Sachs profits fall 20%; US-China trade deal hopes grow – business live 15 Apr 10:42am Updated Goldman Sachs profits fall 20%; US-China trade deal hopes grow – business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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Working 9 to 9: Chinese tech workers push back against long hours 15 Apr 10:20am Working 9 to 9: Chinese tech workers push back against long hours
Staff at Alibaba, Huawei and other well-known companies have shared evidence of unpaid compulsory overtime Chinese tech employees are pushing back against the industry’s notoriously long hours, known as the “996” schedule of working from 9am to 9pm, six days a week. Over the past few weeks, a project that began as a joke among tired Chinese developers has turned into a nationwide debate about work culture and a rare protest against practices at some of the country’s largest companies.
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15 Apr 10:10am On the Last Day to File Taxes, Here’s How the Trump Tax Cut Unfolded
As the deadline for tax filing falls, the effects of the tax act are becoming clearer.
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No rogue landlords issued with banning orders in 12 months 15 Apr 9:46am No rogue landlords issued with banning orders in 12 months
Just four entries have been recorded on database in the year since its launch, FOI finds Not a single rogue landlord has been issued with one of the government’s new banning orders, a year after the key new power in the battle to root out the country’s worst rental property owners was launched. New laws which took effect in April 2018 mean that slum landlords handed one of the new bans by the courts are prevented from letting out housing across England. Their details must also be entered on to central government’s new rogue landlord database for local authorities to share.
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EU approves new trade talks with US 15 Apr 9:21am EU approves new trade talks with US
Disagreements overshadow the approval by European Union countries of fresh trade talks with the US.
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No-fault evictions to be banned in England 15 Apr 9:12am Updated No-fault evictions to be banned in England
A major shake-up of the rental sector in England is intended to give tenants long-term security.
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SMALL CAP IDEAS: Ambitious bus group Rotala looks ready as the market heads for a shake-up  15 Apr 8:50am SMALL CAP IDEAS: Ambitious bus group Rotala looks ready as the market heads for a shake-up 
Arriva is too big for Rotala but if its German owner decides to sell the bus operation piece-meal the group would be very interested in some of the parts, says Simon Dunn, chief executive.
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Vernon Building Society launches offset retirement interest-only deal 15 Apr 8:40am Updated Vernon Building Society launches offset retirement interest-only deal
Vernon Building Society has launched an offset retirement interest-only mortgage - allowing borrowers to offset part of their loan against their mortgage, and only pay interest on the difference.
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Goldman Sachs posts 20% fall in profits; US-China trade deal hopes grow – business live 15 Apr 8:29am Updated Goldman Sachs posts 20% fall in profits; US-China trade deal hopes grow – business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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Former VW boss charged over diesel emissions scandal 15 Apr 8:25am Updated Former VW boss charged over diesel emissions scandal
Martin Winterkorn is charged with a "particularly serious" fraud over the diesel emissions scandal.
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Markets in risk-on mood amid hopes of US-China trade deal – business live 15 Apr 7:11am Updated Markets in risk-on mood amid hopes of US-China trade deal – business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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DealBook Briefing: Goldman Says Trump Could Squeak a Win in 2020 15 Apr 6:52am DealBook Briefing: Goldman Says Trump Could Squeak a Win in 2020
Economists at the bank think the president has a “narrow” advantage over Democratic challengers in his re-election bid.
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Guinness maker Diageo removes plastic from multipacks 15 Apr 6:50am Updated Guinness maker Diageo removes plastic from multipacks
Cans of the famous Irish stout will now come in recyclable cardboard packs.
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‘No-fault’ eviction of tenants must end. But beware unintended consequences | Simon Jenkins 15 Apr 6:43am ‘No-fault’ eviction of tenants must end. But beware unintended consequences | Simon Jenkins
The government is right to curtail landlords’ section 21 powers. But too much regulation could end up hurting the poorestTheresa May’s government can get some things right.
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Shell HQ windows smashed in London climate change protest 15 Apr 6:34am Shell HQ windows smashed in London climate change protest
Environmental activists have smashed windows as they vandalised the London headquarters of oil giant Shell - in protests aimed at grinding the capital to a halt.
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Warmer weather gives footfall a lift but Brexit uncertainty still hampers spending 15 Apr 5:56am Warmer weather gives footfall a lift but Brexit uncertainty still hampers spending
The total number of people visiting shops across the UK rose 1.4 per cent in March, according to Springboard and the British Retail Consortium.
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SECURITIES TRUST OF SCOTLAND: The £220m Scottish fund... scouring the world for stocks 15 Apr 5:31am SECURITIES TRUST OF SCOTLAND: The £220m Scottish fund... scouring the world for stocks
Although Securities Trust of Scotland has underperformed its global equity income peer group over the past three years, it has outperformed them over the past year.
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SECURITIES TRUST OF SCOTLAND: The £220m fund Scottish fund... scouring the world for stocks 15 Apr 5:16am Updated SECURITIES TRUST OF SCOTLAND: The £220m fund Scottish fund... scouring the world for stocks
Although Securities Trust of Scotland has underperformed its global equity income peer group over the past three years, it has outperformed them over the past year.
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Monsoon owner adds to deluge of shop closures 15 Apr 5:01am Monsoon owner adds to deluge of shop closures
Monsoon Accessorize, one of the UK's biggest privately owned fashion retailer‎s, is plotting the use of a controversial insolvency mechanism to close stores and slash rents amid ongoing high street turmoil.
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15 Apr 5:00am How the Trump Tax Cut Unfolded for People and Businesses
As the deadline for tax filing falls, the effects of the tax act are becoming clearer.
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Tablets and debit cards... how Morses is taking doorstep lending upmarket 15 Apr 4:57am Updated MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Tablets and debit cards... how Morses is taking doorstep lending upmarket
Morses is run by Paul Smith, a competent, clever and driven 52-year-old, who took the helm in 2015, with a mission to modernise the doorstep lending business and expand into new areas.
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Brexit has caused summer holiday prices to beach destinations to be cut falling by up to a third 15 Apr 4:52am Updated Brexit has caused summer holiday prices to beach destinations to be cut falling by up to a third
Brexit uncertainty, alongside a more competitive holiday market and the aftermath of the slow end to last summer has resulted in year on year package holiday price drops.
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Guinness maker to remove plastic from beer packaging 15 Apr 4:45am Guinness maker to remove plastic from beer packaging
The maker of Guinness has announced it is ditching plastic beer packaging in favour of recyclable and biodegradable cardboard.
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Property prices in Britain see big jump in April as house hunters are ‘bored of Brexit’ 15 Apr 4:43am Updated Property prices in Britain see big jump in April as house hunters are ‘bored of Brexit’
The average price of new-to-the-market properties increased by an average of £3,447 in April, equivalent to 1.1 per cent, making it the biggest month-on-month increase since March 2018.
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EU countries agree to start trade talks with the US 15 Apr 4:37am EU countries agree to start trade talks with the US
The European Union has given final clearance for trade talks to begin with the US, despite differences on climate and agriculture policies.
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15 Apr 3:00am Citi Bike Pulls New Electric Bikes Off Streets, Citing Safety Concerns
The pedal-assist bikes operated by Lyft-owned companies in New York City, San Francisco and Washington were removed based on concerns over the brakes.
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Jet Airways flying just seven planes amid rescue talks 15 Apr 2:24am Jet Airways flying just seven planes amid rescue talks
Jet Airways is flying just seven planes as bosses and lenders try to work out a solution to its growing debt problem.
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One Month, 500,000 Face Scans: How China Is Using A.I. to Profile a Minority 15 Apr 2:04am Updated One Month, 500,000 Face Scans: How China Is Using A.I. to Profile a Minority
In a major ethical leap for the tech world, Chinese start-ups have built algorithms that the government uses to track members of a largely Muslim minority group.
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E.ON no help as our building is without hot water for a month 15 Apr 2:00am E.ON no help as our building is without hot water for a month
Tens of people complained but we were constantly told the problem was being investigated
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Working nine to nine: Chinese tech employees push back against very long hours 15 Apr 1:39am Working nine to nine: Chinese tech employees push back against very long hours
Staff at Alibaba, Huawei and other well-known companies have shared evidence of unpaid compulsory overtime Chinese tech employees have pushed back against a wave of protest over the industry’s notoriously long hours, known as the “996” schedule of working from 9am to 9pm, six days a week. For months, former and current employees of some of the country’s most well-known companies had been posting evidence of unpaid, often compulsory or heavily encouraged overtime on the code-sharing platform Github.
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TSB pledges to refund fraud victims 15 Apr 1:25am Updated TSB pledges to refund fraud victims
The "fraud refund guarantee" covers customers tricked into authorising payments to fraudsters.
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TSB to refund all customers who fall victim to fraud 15 Apr 1:18am TSB to refund all customers who fall victim to fraud
TSB has vowed to protect its 5.2 million customers if they are innocent victims of a scam.
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Amazon faces new headache as Nashville deal enrages locals left and right 15 Apr 1:00am Amazon faces new headache as Nashville deal enrages locals left and right
Unlikely alliance of free-market libertarians and union-backed activists argue $100m-plus in subsidies handed to retailer are a bad investment for the city Nashville has a way of bringing people together – usually through music. This time it’s through a shared antipathy for the $100m-plus in subsidies this booming city has just handed to Amazon, the world’s most valuable retailer. The ink has barely dried on a deal that the state of Tennessee and the city awarded Amazon and there are now only a few small hurdles remaining before Amazon starts moving in to a downtown office complex planned for Nashville Yards.
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Brexit: UK businesses at most gloomy since referendum – Deloitte 15 Apr 1:00am Brexit: UK businesses at most gloomy since referendum – Deloitte
Eight out of 10 finance leaders expect long-term environment to be worse British businesses are the most gloomy they have been about Brexit since
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Dividend income for holders of UK shares jumps to record £19.7bn 15 Apr 1:00am Dividend income for holders of UK shares jumps to record £19.7bn
Huge first-quarter rise driven by special payment from miner BHP Dividends paid to holders of UK shares jumped to a record high in the first three months of the year, putting investors on track for £100bn in payouts this year. The payments rose 15.7% to £19.7bn, easily a first-quarter record, according to data tracked by Link Asset Services.
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Removing Fuel Rods, Japan Hits Milestone in Fukushima Nuclear Cleanup 15 Apr 12:55am Removing Fuel Rods, Japan Hits Milestone in Fukushima Nuclear Cleanup
After a yearslong delay, the nuclear plant’s operator began removing radioactive fuel rods at one of three reactors that melted down after an earthquake and a tsunami in 2011.
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15 Apr 12:39am Updated Stocks Are Higher and Profits Lower, and Wall St. Needs to Square the Two
Corporate profits are typically among the most reliable guide to the future direction of the stock market. And yet American stocks are up about 15 percent this year.
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Volkswagen Accused of Illegally Selling Prototypes Not Fit for the Road 15 Apr 12:39am Volkswagen Accused of Illegally Selling Prototypes Not Fit for the Road
The automaker, which is trying to regain the trust of car buyers after an emissions scandal in 2015, has acknowledged improperly selling preproduction cars.
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