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July 2019 articles

Rail passengers ‘missing out’ on £100m in compensation every year
Rail passengers ‘missing out’ on £100m in compensation every year
Rail passengers are missing out on up to £100m a year in compensation, a transport watchdog has found, as it [...]
July 22, 2019
Dividends hit record but experts warn that underlying picture is worsening
Dividends hit record but experts warn that underlying picture is worsening
A three-month period of record dividends might normally bring a smile to the face of shareholders, but a spate of [...]
July 22, 2019
Mortgages with terms over 40 years jump 20-fold
Mortgages with terms over 40 years jump 20-fold
The number of approved UK home mortgages with a term of more than 40 years rocketed in 2018, rising over [...]
July 22, 2019
Fewer firms are going bust despite high profile collapses
Fewer firms are going bust despite high profile collapses
Fewer companies went bust in England and Wales in the second quarter than in the first three months of 2019, [...]
July 22, 2019
Big four firm EY boosts diversity with new partner intake
Big four firm EY boosts diversity with new partner intake
EY today announced that 57 people are to become equity partners at the professional services firm in the UK, of [...]
July 22, 2019
Nearly a third of European firms still not GDPR compliant
Nearly a third of European firms still not GDPR compliant
Almost a third of European businesses are still not compliant with the wide-ranging European Union laws on data protection and [...]
July 22, 2019
City Moves for 22 July – Who’s switching jobs at Kin + Carta, Liontrust and Public Sector?
City Moves for 22 July – Who’s switching jobs at Kin + Carta, Liontrust and Public Sector?
Today’s City Moves includes Kin + Carta, Liontrust and Public Sector. Kin + Carta Kin + Carta, the international digital [...]
July 22, 2019
Number of employees enjoying job perks falls to 12-year low
Number of employees enjoying job perks falls to 12-year low
Corporate cost cutting has pushed the number of people receiving major job perks to a 12-year low, according to research. [...]
July 22, 2019
Could Jacob Rees-Mogg help Boris Johnson to revolutionise our planning system?
Could Jacob Rees-Mogg help Boris Johnson to revolutionise our planning system?
Boris Johnson hasn’t exactly broken a sweat in this leadership election. He’s ducked debates, declined interviews and appeared generally unenthusiastic [...]
July 22, 2019
Traders foresee small Fed interest rate cut
Traders foresee small Fed interest rate cut
The US Federal Reserve is set to lower interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade when it [...]
July 21, 2019