Emma Haslett

(Staff)

I am City A.M.'s digital editor.  Having previously worked at Property Week and Management Today, my areas of expertise are housing, entrepreneurs and leadership, as well as cars and the automotive industry. In 2015 I won the British Media Awards' Rising Star of the Year award.   

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The dollar gave up gains in lunchtime trading, despite official figures showing the number of new jobs added in the US economy [...]

9 March
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The euro fell against against a basket of currencies this afternoon after the European Central Bank (ECB) kept interest rates [...]

8 March
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The company which owns John Lewis and Waitrose has cut its staff bonus to five per cent of salary this year, after a disappointing [...]

8 March
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Shares in troubled estate agent Countrywide plunged more than 20 per cent as the market opened this morning, after it swung to [...]

8 March
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Woes in the UK's property market grew in February as demand for homes in the UK fell for the 11th month in a row, a closely-watched [...]

8 March
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NME, the iconic weekly music magazine which has influenced thousands of wannabe rock stars since its launch more than 65 years [...]

7 March
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London is officially the least affordable place in the UK for first-time buyers - while Hull has been named the most affordable.  [...]

7 March
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Long queues to pay for your big shop could be about to become a thing of the past, after the Co-op said it was introducing new [...]

7 March
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House prices in the UK had their first quarterly fall for the first time in nine months, a closely-watched index has shown. [...]

7 March
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Ofcom has opened an investigation into Three and Vodafone to assess whether they have broken rules on net neutrality. [...]

6 March
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Aston Martin has unveiled its sleek new electric, driverless Lagonda Vision at the Geneva Motor Show - which it said was less [...]

6 March
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Paul Flowers, the former Co-operative Bank chair who was nicknamed the Crystal Methodist, has been banned from the financial [...]

6 March
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Watching birds fly into plate glass windows may be an occupational hazard for office workers, but at Apple's new $5bn (£3.6bn) [...]

6 March
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Economic growth in the UK might be stronger than thought, after a closely-watched index suggested the services sector is now [...]

5 March
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Four Tube lines were hit by delays as rush hour approached, after Storm Emma finally hit the capital. [...]

2 March
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