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Hammond says UK is on ‘brink’ of ‘serious movement’ in Brexit talks

Hammond says UK is on ‘brink’ of ‘serious movement’ in Brexit talks

Chancellor signals UK prime minister Theresa May will raise her financial offer to EU

Published 2 months ago

Companies face high cost to meet new EU data protection rules

Companies face high cost to meet new EU data protection rules

Businesses rush to hire staff and invest in software as privacy regulation looms

Published 2 months ago

GE’s Woes Trigger a Major Board Shakeout

GE’s Woes Trigger a Major Board Shakeout

The struggles at GE will claim half of the industrial giant’s 18 directors, an unusual shakeout that shows the depths of the problems that developed on their watch.

Published 2 months ago

Italy Labors to Integrate Refugees in Weak Economy

Italy Labors to Integrate Refugees in Weak Economy

Italy is facing a daunting challenge integrating refugees, with a chronically weak economy, high unemployment and a state bureaucracy that often fails to provide a social safety net even for native-born Italians.

Published 2 months ago

Is This the Top of the Market?

Is This the Top of the Market?

With central banks scaling back stimulus in a world filled with money, the current investing nirvana is facing its biggest threat in years. Heard on the Street walks through the risks and likely scenarios for markets in the coming months.

Published 2 months ago

Toshiba to Raise $5.3 Billion in Sale of New Shares to Foreign Funds

Toshiba to Raise $5.3 Billion in Sale of New Shares to Foreign Funds

Toshiba Corp. said it would raise ¥600 billion ($5.3 billion) through the sale of new shares to foreign funds, a step to avoid a delisting from the Tokyo Stock Exchange if the planned sale of its chip unit is delayed.

Published 2 months ago

Zanu-PF expels Mugabe as party leader

Zanu-PF expels Mugabe as party leader

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Poverty within ‘ultra-aged’ Japan spurs grey crime wave

Poverty within ‘ultra-aged’ Japan spurs grey crime wave

Recidivism among country’s seniors now greater than the rest of the population

Published 2 months ago

Zimbabwe’s Ruling Party Holds Talks on Mugabe’s Future

Zimbabwe’s Ruling Party Holds Talks on Mugabe’s Future

President Robert Mugabe faced mounting pressure to resign as Zimbabwe’s head of state as senior figures from his ruling ZANU-PF met to discuss his future as party leader.

Published 2 months ago

Drones will reshape how we build our cities

Drones will reshape how we build our cities

Architecture may have to adapt to the widening use of unmanned aerial vehicles

Published 2 months ago

Legal & General looks to expand in US

Legal & General looks to expand in US

Strategy is based on using its two big existing businesses as a foundation for a third

Published 2 months ago

Tax experts call for ‘rethink’ of UK corporation tax in Budget

Tax experts call for ‘rethink’ of UK corporation tax in Budget

Corporate rate scheduled to fall to 17% in April 2020

Published 2 months ago

Gerry Adams to retire as Sinn Féin leader

Gerry Adams to retire as Sinn Féin leader

After 34 years, Irish Republican leader prepares to move on

Published 2 months ago

Chipmakers bet on the ‘big bang’ of artificial intelligence

Chipmakers bet on the ‘big bang’ of artificial intelligence

Broadcom’s $130bn bid for Qualcomm reflects semiconductor companies’ desire to depend less on smartphones and vie for a foothold in AI

Published 2 months ago

Ignore the experts when you name your child

Ignore the experts when you name your child

I will never get back the hours I have spent spelling out Pilita — but I don’t care

Published 2 months ago