Business - Archive

February 2018 articles

Commuters, rejoice: your route to work will be five minutes faster this week, as millions of parents stay off work during half [...]

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Thousands more jobs at defunct outsourcing giant Carillion have been saved by transferring a series of contracts to other providers, [...]

12 February
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Gina Miller, the campaigner who successfully fought for parliament to vote on the initiation of Brexit, has released a "damning [...]

12 February
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London-based media startup The Memo has been snapped up by Forbes to fuel European expansion. [...]

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EU member states are increasingly at odds over the "hard line" taken by France, Germany and the Commission over the UK's future [...]

12 February
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Imbiba, the leisure- and hospitality-focused growth investor founded by former pub entrepreneurs, has closed a new fund at its [...]

12 February
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The government said today that despite around 285,000 couples each year qualifying for shared parental leave, actual take-up [...]

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Theresa May is flying to Belfast today, in the hope of breaking the deadlock over the power-sharing government which collapsed [...]

12 February
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International development secretary Penny Mordaunt meeting with chiefs of Oxfam today, after the scandal embroiling the charity [...]

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The digital world has been marching forward over the past 20 years, providing ever more efficient services to the public and [...]

12 February
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Euromoney Institutional Investor, the events and business information group which owns Euromoney magazine, has sold its global [...]

12 February
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A string of ministerial speeches over the next 10 days are expected to shed some much-needed light on the government's vision [...]

12 February
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DLR services are part suspended this morning, due to the discovery of an unexploded World War II bomb in the Thames near London [...]

12 February
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Apple chip component supplier IQE has today swapped auditors, giving PwC the boot after a short-selling hedge fund accusing the [...]

12 February
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Has the Bank of England developed a bit of a personality disorder? Looking at the mixed signals given by the Bank in the last [...]

12 February
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