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July 2019 articles

Michel Barnier warns UK will have to ‘face consequences’ of no deal
Michel Barnier warns UK will have to ‘face consequences’ of no deal
The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator warned that the UK will have to “face the consequences” if it ends up leaving [...]
July 18, 2019
Qualcomm braced for second EU antitrust fine
Qualcomm braced for second EU antitrust fine
US chipmaker Qualcomm is said to be facing a second fine from EU competition regulators for blocking a rival from [...]
July 18, 2019
Growing pains: Asos share price plunges after fresh profit warning
Growing pains: Asos share price plunges after fresh profit warning
Online fashion giant Asos suffered a 17 per cent drop in its share price this morning after warning that profits [...]
July 18, 2019
Ofwat demands £50 water bill price cut and extra £12bn investment from firms
Ofwat demands £50 water bill price cut and extra £12bn investment from firms
The water industry’s regulator is demanding firms slash their household bills and bolster investment in the sector under new plans [...]
July 18, 2019
Tube delays hit commuters in miserable rush hour
Tube delays hit commuters in miserable rush hour
Commuters face a miserable journey to work this morning with severe delays affecting the Jubilee Line. Read more: Revealed – [...]
July 18, 2019
Easyjet grows revenue in ‘robust’ quarter as new COO joins
Easyjet grows revenue in ‘robust’ quarter as new COO joins
Easyjet boosted revenue 11 per cent to £1.8bn in its third quarter, the airline revealed today, saying it is on [...]
July 18, 2019
DEBATE: Would the railways run better with a ‘fat controller’?
DEBATE: Would the railways run better with a ‘fat controller’?
Would the railways run better with an independent “fat controller” in charge, as recently proposed? Scott Corfe, research director at [...]
July 18, 2019
Audioboom posts revenue surge as it doubles down on original podcasts
Audioboom posts revenue surge as it doubles down on original podcasts
Audioboom has posted a huge rise in revenue in the first six months of the year as it continues to [...]
July 18, 2019
Young voters today care about far more than just tuition fees
Young voters today care about far more than just tuition fees
Student debt is, once again, pledge fodder as politicians jostle for power. Conservative leadership hopeful Jeremy Hunt has promised to [...]
July 18, 2019
Public speaking – why are we so scared of talking to a crowd?
Public speaking – why are we so scared of talking to a crowd?
Public speaking. It is the stuff of nightmares. Standing in front of your peers, colleagues and managers, words that you’ve [...]
July 18, 2019