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October 2018 articles

Theresa May has tried to downplay anger over a plan to extend the UK’s post-Brexit transition period, just hours after flagging [...]

18 October

A string of recent natural disasters will set global reinsurer Swiss Re back roughly $1.1bn (£840m) in its third quarter, it [...]

18 October

The world’s largest adviser to shareholders is to ramp up its scrutiny of auditors, in a move that will pile further pressure [...]

18 October

The art world was captivated earlier this month when a painting by Banksy was partially shredded at an auction. Now, however, [...]

18 October

A top banker at Morgan Stanley has reportedly been moonlighting as an Uber driver outside of working hours, in a bid to win [...]

18 October

The US has joined the UK, France and the Netherlands in withdrawing from a high profile Saudi investor conference amid the disappearance [...]

18 October

The Information Commissioner has said it will look into a leaked performance review of Grant Thornton’s outgoing chief executive. [...]

18 October

Almost half of large commercial insurance claims are disputed by insurers and on average take three years to resolve, according [...]

18 October

London is the best place in the world to start a business, according to Innocent Drinks co-founder Richard Reed. [...]

18 October

EU leaders did not discuss extending the UK’s post-Brexit transition period last night despite Theresa May floating the offer [...]

18 October

Vladimir Putin has said Russia will deploy new state-of-the-art missiles “within months”, putting the country ahead of its [...]

18 October

HSBC confirmed today it is exploring a plan to sell its shares in China via a new London-Shanghai trading link. [...]

18 October

Tens of thousands of small businesses would be put at risk from a no-deal Brexit, the Federation of Small Businesses claimed [...]

18 October

International trade secretary Liam Fox has withdrawn from next week's high profile Saudi investor conference over the disappearance [...]

18 October

Moore's Law is an observable rule that has held broadly true since the mid-1960s. Named after the co-founder of Intel, it argues [...]

18 October