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September 2019 articles

Airbnb plans to go public in 2020
Airbnb plans to go public in 2020
Airbnb has revealed its intention to become a publicly-traded company next year. In one of the most prominent market listings [...]
September 19, 2019
LSE boss David Schwimmer feels 'very good' about Refinitiv deal after snubbing Hong Kong offer
LSE boss David Schwimmer feels 'very good' about Refinitiv deal after snubbing Hong Kong offer
The boss of the London Stock Exchange has said he feels “very good” about merger plans with Refinitiv, in a [...]
September 19, 2019
Crossrail could need an extra £400m and open behind schedule, bosses warn
Crossrail could need an extra £400m and open behind schedule, bosses warn
Crossrail could end up needing an extra £400m in a worst case scenario and open later in 2021, bosses have [...]
September 19, 2019
'Displeasure' at Buckingham Palace over Cameron revelations
'Displeasure' at Buckingham Palace over Cameron revelations
David Cameron’s revelations that he asked the Queen to “raise an eyebrow” about the Scottish independence referendum have gone down [...]
September 19, 2019
Trump says he won’t fire Fed chair Powell (because he, er, can’t)
Trump says he won’t fire Fed chair Powell (because he, er, can’t)
US President Donald Trump has assured Federal Reserve chairman Jay Powell that his job is safe, even though he is [...]
September 19, 2019
Grant Shapps says rail firms should be rewarded for running trains on time
Grant Shapps says rail firms should be rewarded for running trains on time
Transport secretary Grant Shapps has suggested rail firms should be given financial rewards for running trains on time, admitting that [...]
September 19, 2019
No-deal Brexit could knock three per cent off UK growth, says OECD
No-deal Brexit could knock three per cent off UK growth, says OECD
A no-deal Brexit could knock up to three per cent off British growth by 2022 and push the economy into [...]
September 19, 2019
Brexit: UK submits 'non-papers' to EU
Brexit: UK submits 'non-papers' to EU
The UK has submitted “non-papers” to the EU as part of renewed efforts to break the deadlock over Brexit. Pressure [...]
September 19, 2019
Debenhams scores victory over landlords in High Court battle
Debenhams scores victory over landlords in High Court battle
Debenhams has won a High Court battle with landlords to push through its CVA proposal that will lead to store [...]
September 19, 2019
A third of trains were delayed over past year
A third of trains were delayed over past year
Over a third of trains failed to arrive at stations on time over the past year, according to figures that [...]
September 19, 2019