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September 2019 articles

South Africa could spring a surprise in World Cup opener against New Zealand
South Africa could spring a surprise in World Cup opener against New Zealand
The Rugby World Cup may get under way on Friday when hosts Japan face Russia but the tournament will not [...]
September 17, 2019
US industrial production beats expectations with strong growth in August
US industrial production beats expectations with strong growth in August
US industrial production bounced back in August after falling in July, official figures have shown, in the latest sign that [...]
September 17, 2019
Top EU banking regulator moves to trade body
Top EU banking regulator moves to trade body
One of Europe’s most senior banking regulators has been appointed as the chief executive of the Association of Financial Markets [...]
September 17, 2019
Prime Minister Boris Johnson still more popular than Jeremy Corbyn, says public
Prime Minister Boris Johnson still more popular than Jeremy Corbyn, says public
Despite facing accusations of lying to the Queen, sacking 21 MPs from the Tory party and being embarrassed by an [...]
September 17, 2019
Apple tells EU court €13bn Irish tax bill ‘defies reality and common sense’
Apple tells EU court €13bn Irish tax bill ‘defies reality and common sense’
An order by the European Commission for Apple to pay a €13bn (£11.5bn) Irish tax bill “defies reality and common [...]
September 17, 2019
ECB’s Villeroy hints at closer EU integration after Brexit
ECB’s Villeroy hints at closer EU integration after Brexit
The governor of the Bank of France has suggested today that the European Union will move towards closer integration in [...]
September 17, 2019
Sky and Channel 4 sign advertising deal as streaming threat looms large
Sky and Channel 4 sign advertising deal as streaming threat looms large
Channel 4 has signed a deal to use Sky’s advertising technology as the broadcasters strengthen ties amid growing competition from [...]
September 17, 2019
City of London police chief urges banks to report cyber attacks after Wannacry ‘silence’
City of London police chief urges banks to report cyber attacks after Wannacry ‘silence’
Major public companies decided not to report cyber attacks to the authorities during the worldwide Wannacry breach over fears that [...]
September 17, 2019
HS2 officially signs £1bn Old Oak Common contract with Balfour Beatty group
HS2 officially signs £1bn Old Oak Common contract with Balfour Beatty group
High Speed Two (HS2) has formally signed a £1bn contract for Old Oak Common station despite an ongoing review which [...]
September 17, 2019
Thomas Cook delays crunch bondholder meeting over rescue deal
Thomas Cook delays crunch bondholder meeting over rescue deal
Troubled travel firm Thomas Cook has secured more time for bondholders to agree to a £1.1bn rescue deal, with a [...]
September 17, 2019