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July 2019 articles

Ryanair warns of service cuts, blaming Boeing 737 Max ban
Ryanair warns of service cuts, blaming Boeing 737 Max ban
Ryanair today warned investors it has been forced to reschedule summer 2020 due to a delay in the delivery of [...]
July 16, 2019
Stop nudging people towards property at the expense of their pension – it’s irresponsible
Stop nudging people towards property at the expense of their pension – it’s irresponsible
Last month, housing secretary James Brokenshire suggested that young workers should be able to dip into their pension savings to help buy their first home
July 16, 2019
I’d kill to be the CEO of Deutsche Bank and take on the challenge
I’d kill to be the CEO of Deutsche Bank and take on the challenge
Pity Christian Sewing. The chief executive of German banking giant Deutsche Bank is not having a good time. What started [...]
July 16, 2019
British fintech booms as 2019 set to be a record year for UK investment
British fintech booms as 2019 set to be a record year for UK investment
The UK’s standout fintech sector has once again broken records, hitting a new high of $2.9bn (£2.3bn) in funding in [...]
July 16, 2019
We the people need to find a way to dispel the Brexit Blues
We the people need to find a way to dispel the Brexit Blues
The year is 1989. Ronald Reagan on his last day at the White House makes his farewell address. His message [...]
July 16, 2019
Disciplinary matters: The Darroch leak lays bare the erosion of standards at the civil service
Disciplinary matters: The Darroch leak lays bare the erosion of standards at the civil service
The untimely resignation of Sir Kim Darroch as our man in Washington tells us more about society than it does [...]
July 16, 2019
DEBATE: Is legal action a legitimate response if the government tries to prorogue parliament to pursue no-deal?
DEBATE: Is legal action a legitimate response if the government tries to prorogue parliament to pursue no-deal?
Is legal action a legitimate response if the government tries to prorogue parliament to pursue a no-deal Brexit? Alison McGovern, [...]
July 16, 2019
It’s not just cricket – finance and friendship underpin Britain’s bond with India
It’s not just cricket – finance and friendship underpin Britain’s bond with India
The deep love of cricket that the UK and India share was clearly on show last week. But our relationship [...]
July 16, 2019
City Moves for 16 July – Who’s switching jobs at Seaforth Land, Invesco and ADM Energy?
City Moves for 16 July – Who’s switching jobs at Seaforth Land, Invesco and ADM Energy?
Today’s City Moves includes Seaforth Land, Invesco and ADM Energy. Seaforth Land Seaforth Land, the London-focused commercial real estate investor [...]
July 16, 2019
City fintech Curve picks up $55m series B funding round
City fintech Curve picks up $55m series B funding round
London fintech firm Curve has today closed a $55m (£43.9m) series B funding round, led by Gauss Ventures. New investors [...]
July 16, 2019