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Invesco hires BlackRock’s Miller to strengthen UK ETF business

Miller is the latest hire within Invesco’s UK ETF business Invesco has expanded its UK ETF business with the hire of head of UK insurance for BlackRock’s iShares arm Ambrice Miller, as it targets a top-three place in EMEA assets by the end of

Business Bulletin: 240 Bonmarche jobs at risk | Npower outlook slashed…

Around 240 workers at Bonmarche could lose their job when the collapsed clothing retailer closes 30 under-performing stores as sister chain Peacock looks set to buy it out of administration. The stores, which employ around eight people each, will close down on December 11,

ThreeKit: 3D photography startup funding by former NFL star and Salesf…

Chicago-based tech startup ThreeKit recently raised a $20 million Series A from Shasta Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, serial entrepreneur and investor Godard Abel, and former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Steve Young. The company uses Hollywood-style special effects technology to produce 3D images of items for

‘Second coming of Ronaldo’ – Aston Villa fans praise transfer business…

Aston Villa fans have been heaping praise on Wesley, after the Brazilian earned his first international call up. The 22-year-old will replace injured Ajax forward David Neres and will fly out to South America with Villa teammate Douglas Luiz – already named in Brazil

Ryanair hit by further delay to Boeing 737 Max deliveries | Business

Ryanair has warned there is “a real risk” it will have no Boeing 737 Max planes flying next summer because of further delays to the delivery of the grounded aircraft. Europe’s biggest carrier is sticking to its plans to cut bases and pilot and

Boeing chief to admit company made mistakes over 737 Max | Business

The Boeing chief executive, Dennis Muilenburg, will admit on Tuesday that the aircraft manufacturer made mistakes, and pledge that accidents like the two 737 Max crashes that killed 346 people will not happen again. He will appear at a congressional hearing on the anniversary

Business Live: Former Thomas Cook bosses quizzed – BBC News

Business Live: Former Thomas Cook bosses quizzed  BBC News Source link Google News

Business news – live: Pound falls sharply after DUP says it cannot sup…

Business news – live: Pound falls sharply after DUP says it cannot support Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal  The Independent Source link Google News

Pound jumps over $1.25 and bank shares soar on Brexit deal hopes – bus…

Taioseach Leo Varadkar and Prime Minister Boris Johnson at Thornton Manor Hotel, on The Wirral, Cheshire. Photograph: Leo Varadkar/PA Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business. Shakespeare once wrote that “The miserable

Adam Neumann in talks with lenders over $500 million credit line

WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann is working with banks to consider new terms for a loan that he took out before the company filed to go public, according to people with knowledge of the matter.  Neumann has already drawn down $380 million from the loan.