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Call for reform on strike laws

Call for reform on strike laws

Three-quarters of London businesses want strike laws to be reformed to reduce the number of Tube walkouts, a poll found.

standard.co.uk (24 days ago)

Ruparelia's exciting new ventures

Ugandan businessman Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia on exploring new businesses, including hospitality and real-estate.

cnn.com (24 days ago)


Ban on term-time family holidays is 'hurting' British tourism

Ban on term-time family holidays is 'hurting' British tourism

Cornwall tourism businesses have spoken out against the new legislation after a prominent hotel group went into administration in the area.

dailymail.co.uk (24 days ago)

Jurassic theme park and Cornwall sleeper train get share of regional funding billions

Jurassic theme park and Cornwall sleeper train get share of regional funding billions

Ministers say £2 billion will be allocated to local authorities and businesses through a series of "local growth" deals to be spent in 2015/16

telegraph.co.uk (25 days ago)

Investment confidence chasm widens between large and small firms

Investment confidence chasm widens between large and small firms

The UK's small and medium-sized businesses are poised to invest more than £80bn into the UK but growth capital is still in short supply

telegraph.co.uk (25 days ago)

Steel pipe imports hurt Pa. businesses

PITTSBURGH - Jason Norris oversees fields of steel pipe destined to carry natural gas from Marcellus and Utica shale wells to processing plants, distribution systems, and, eventually, homes and businesses.

philly.com (25 days ago)

Lafarge, Holcim to Sell Businesses

Cement giants Lafarge SA and Holcim Ltd. released Monday a list of operations around the world, including Europe, both plan to sell to win approval for their proposed $50 billion union.

wsj.com (25 days ago)

In Japan, High-Tech Plants Now Grow Vegetables

Struggling to compete with rivals in South Korea or China in businesses like televisions and smartphones, a range of Japanese electronics giants are converting idled factories to agriculture.

wsj.com (25 days ago)


Harold Tillman: Should Britain adopt a US style approach to saving businesses so less UK firms go bust?

Harold Tillman: Should Britain adopt a US style approach to saving businesses so less UK firms...

Britain should adopt a version of the US Chapter 11 process, that gives firms a breathing space to reorganise themselves.

dailymail.co.uk (25 days ago)

Why Jamie Dimon Has a Better Prognosis Than Owners of Closely Held Businesses

Why Jamie Dimon Has a Better Prognosis Than Owners of Closely Held Businesses

The business world has been abuzz with succession speculation at JPMorgan Chase following the jaw-dropping announcement that its leader, Jamie Dimon, has throat cancer. Fortunately, in Mr. Dimon's own words, it appears the cancer has been caught in time with the future prognosis being "excellent" -- both for Mr....

huffingtonpost.com (25 days ago)


Signs of company growth reach record high, say insolvency experts

Signs of company growth reach record high, say insolvency experts

Businesses in the North are seeing more problems than in the South, with 43 per cent in the North distressed on one measure against 34 per cent in the south.

dailymail.co.uk (25 days ago)

Threat from hackers brings rush for extra insurance

Threat from hackers brings rush for extra insurance

Premiums expected to pass $2bn this year as cyber attacks on businesses increase

telegraph.co.uk (25 days ago)

Ending Britain's debt culture without investment is a recipe for permanent recession

Ending Britain's debt culture without investment is a recipe for permanent recession

Investment by businesses is the key ingredient to cut our reliance on debt-fuelled current expenditure by consumers or the state

telegraph.co.uk (25 days ago)

French Businesses Losing Confidence in Hollande

More than 18 months after French President François Hollande unveiled tax incentives to help the country's struggling businesses, many companies are still waiting to reap the benefits.

wsj.com (25 days ago)

Donetsk becomes a ghost town as fearful residents flee conflict

Donetsk becomes a ghost town as fearful residents flee conflict

Three months into crisis, businesses have closed, ATMs have run out of cash, and flowers are a guilty pleasure Continue reading...

guardian.co.uk (25 days ago)

Global Investment Climate: Pieces falling into Place

Investors learned last week that the US created 1.38 mln net new jobs in H1, the most for a six-month period since 2006. They learned that US vehicle sales in June also reached an 8-year high. For its part, the ECB emphasized that the TLTRO facility could inject around 1 trillion euros into the banking system for...

zerohedge.com (25 days ago)

Another Contraception Dispute Looms For The Supreme Court

Another Contraception Dispute Looms For The Supreme Court

WASHINGTON (AP) - How much distance from an immoral act is enough?That's the difficult question behind the next legal dispute over religion, birth control and the health law that is likely to be resolved by the Supreme Court.The issue in more than four dozen lawsuits from faith-affiliated charities, colleges and...

huffingtonpost.com (25 days ago)

French Firms Await Tax Incentive Benefits

More than 18 months after French President François Hollande unveiled tax incentives to help the country's struggling businesses, companies are still waiting to reap the benefits.

wsj.com (25 days ago)

Private Businesses Build On Construction's Growth

Strength in construction has contributed to privately held companies’ healthy and consistent growth in sales and profit margins, according to new data from Sageworks, a financial information company. Sales for private companies on average are increasing at an annual rate of 8 percent as of June, according to the...

forbes.com (25 days ago)

PhillyDeals: To help schools, city pressures small businesses on taxes

After 10 years of paying five employees, plus additional "associates," to staff his Old City business, James R. Domenick is looking for space in the suburbs, and thinking about moving out.

philly.com (26 days ago)

Business must align with schools to close "skills gap"

Business must align with schools to close "skills gap"

Poor alignment of American businesses with the schools that train their workers is creating a "skills gap" that may make it hard to fill as many as 650,000 technical- and science-based jobs by 2018.

denverpost.com (26 days ago)

Arthur, no longer a hurricane, pelts Maritime Canada

(Reuters) - Arthur weakened from hurricane force on Saturday and pelted parts of Canada's eastern coast with heavy rain and strong winds, leaving 250,000 homes and businesses without power, as the storm swept away from New England.

reuters.com (26 days ago)

CEO Of One Of The World's Largest Energy Majors "Sees No Reason For Petrodollar"

The USA is fast running out of friends to support its 'exorbitant privelege'. Having alienated the Germans over NSA-eavesdropping, 'boomerang'd the Russians into de-dollarization, tariffed and quantitatively eased China into diversification, and finally 'punished' France into discussing the dollar's demise; it...

zerohedge.com (26 days ago)

Arthur, no longer a hurricane, pelts southeast Canada

(Reuters) - Arthur weakened from hurricane force on Saturday and pelted parts of southeast Canada with heavy rain and strong winds, leaving 250,000 homes and businesses without power, as the storm swept away from New England.

reuters.com (26 days ago)


THE MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Green 'smart meters' are plain stupid

THE MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Green 'smart meters' are plain stupid

The current Green dogma is constantly pushing governments, businesses and much of the media into policies and actions which we will later regret.

dailymail.co.uk (26 days ago)

Start-up internet businesses thriving in Perth

Start-up internet businesses thriving in Perth

A growing number of start-up internet businesses in Perth find gaps in the market to exploit.

abc.net.au (26 days ago)

Arthur hits Maritimes: Post-tropical storm causes widespread blackouts

Post-tropical storm Arthur battered the Maritimes today, knocking out power to more than 268,000 homes and businesses at its height.

cbc.ca (26 days ago)

How Does Groupon Think About Social Innovation?

“If I were to tell you about a global platform designed to connect millions of customers with independently owned businesses, that generates local jobs, local wealth and local prosperity, you might think that I’m describing a B-corporation social enterprise, but that’s Groupon,” explained Patty Morrissey. As head of...

forbes.com (26 days ago)


Brian Blake website theipropertycompany set to shake up property market with free listings

Brian Blake website theipropertycompany set to shake up property market with free listings

This week Brian Blake will officially launch his property website, theipropertycompany, which will allow people and businesses to list their properties for sale, for free.

dailymail.co.uk (26 days ago)


0845 numbers to be replaced ahead of likely ban

0845 numbers to be replaced ahead of likely ban

Under the Consumer Rights Directive introduced by the European Union last month, many businesses are now prohibited from charging premium phone rates.

dailymail.co.uk (26 days ago)

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