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Business Live: Former Thomas Cook bosses quizzed – BBC News

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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.

Why business is perfectly relaxed about Brexit

It’s difficult to go into the office nowadays, since most of my colleagues are so distraught by the prospect of a no-deal Brexit that they rarely speak. The finance department have painted European flags on their faces for solace, and spend the day staring

Developer resubmits plan to expand Lincoln village business park

Developers have resubmitted plans to West Lindsey District Council to expand a business park near Lincoln. Globe Consultants lodged the proposal to build three new buildings at Highcliffe Business Park in Ingham. Under the plans, a total of 10 units would be used for

Man sells £325K home to set up sex toy business – and he now sleeps in…

A man who sold his £325,000 home and Mecades to set up a sex toy company says it was all worth it, despite the fact he’s still sleeping on a blow up bed in his office. Tom Thurlow decided to throw everything at his

The Federal Reserve must be honest about Trump’s trade war | Business

William Dudley, the immediate past president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, recently stirred up a hornet’s nest when he called for the Fed to consider the impact of its policies on the 2020 presidential election. In fact, Dudley performed a valuable

German factory orders slump; US-China trade breakthough – business liv…

4.11am EDT 04:11 German factory slump: what the experts say The slump in German factory orders raises the risk that Europe’s largest economy is in recession. German GDP fell by 0.1% in April-June, and there’s little sign of a bounce-back in July-September. Carsten Brzeski,

Calls for debate over proposed Business Improvement District in Taunto…

A TAUNTON businessman has raised concerns the town could ‘sleepwalk’ into a scheme it doesn’t want. The man, who has created an anonymous website against the proposed Business Improvement District, known as BID, says more needs to be done to ensure all eligible voters