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July 2019 articles

Asos issues profit warning amid warehouse woes
Asos issues profit warning amid warehouse woes
Online fashion giant Asos has warned that profits will be lower than expected this year, citing new troubles in its [...]
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
Our next Prime Minister should understand how crucial infrastructure projects are to the economy
Our next Prime Minister should understand how crucial infrastructure projects are to the economy
Tory members are electing their new leader and the next Prime Minister. Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt’s premiership will be [...]
July 18, 2019
Digital bank N26 valued at $3.5bn as it adds $160m onto its series D
Digital bank N26 valued at $3.5bn as it adds $160m onto its series D
German fintech starlet N26 has upped its valuation to $3.5bn (£2.8bn), after extending its series D funding round to raise [...]
July 18, 2019
The next moon landings will spur giant leaps here on Earth
The next moon landings will spur giant leaps here on Earth
This week, we celebrate 50 years since Apollo 11’s first landing of humans on the moon – one of humanity’s [...]
July 18, 2019
Businesses must step up and raise their sustainability game
Businesses must step up and raise their sustainability game
When it comes to making sure that our day-to-day consumption is as environmentally friendly as possible, where does responsibility lie?  [...]
July 18, 2019
City Moves for 19 July – Who’s switching jobs at Foundry, Callsign and Saga?
City Moves for 19 July – Who’s switching jobs at Foundry, Callsign and Saga?
Today’s City Moves includes Foundry, Callsign and Saga. Foundry Foundry, which develops creative software for the digital design, media and [...]
July 18, 2019