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The Guardian ist eine linksliberale britische Tageszeitung. Neben der Printausgabe publiziert der Verlag online unter theguardian.com zu den Ressorts Politik, Wirtschaft, Sport und Lifestyle.
 
12.12.18 - 01:18
TUC calls for target of 1m manufacturing and hi-tech jobs by 2030 (The Guardian)
 
Report says government's industrial strategy has made little progress one year onThe Trades Union Congress has called on the government to set a target to create 1m manufacturing and high-tech jobs by 2030 to bolster its industrial strategy.In a rep...
11.12.18 - 19:48
Major tube upgrades shelved as TfL struggles to balance books (The Guardian)
 
Capital's transport authority faces shortfall due to Crossrail delays and government cutsPlans to upgrade major parts of the London Underground will be put on hold after a decline in passenger numbers, government cuts and delays to the opening of Cr...
11.12.18 - 16:19
Fracking paused in Blackpool after biggest tremor to date (The Guardian)
 
Minor quake near Cuadrilla site is on par with one in 2011 that led to moratoriumResidents of Blackpool have reported feeling tremors from a minor earthquake from nearby fracking operations that restarted two months ago.The 1.5-magnitude earthquake o...
11.12.18 - 15:48
Retail data suggests UK political turmoil taking its toll this Christmas (The Guardian)
 
Figures from John Lewis, Tesco and Sainsbury's point to subdued consumer activityPoor figures from John Lewis, and a slowdown at Tesco and Sainsbury's has raised fresh concerns that the uncertain political climate is taking its toll on consumer con...
11.12.18 - 15:18
The labour market is thriving - but rates won′t be rising just yet (The Guardian)
 
Despite high employment levels and good pay growth, Brexit uncertainty will weigh heavily on the economy for some timeEmployment is at record levels. Firms are struggling to hire workers. Pay growth is back to levels last seen before the financial cr...
11.12.18 - 12:31
UK workers get biggest pay rise in a decade (The Guardian)
 
Average weekly earnings rose by 3.3% in October despite jump in unemployment British workers secured their biggest pay rise in a decade in the three months to October, despite a rise in unemployment that revealed cracks in Britain's previously robus...
11.12.18 - 12:18
George HW Bush was fiscally responsible - unlike Donald Trump | Jeffrey Frankel (The Guardian)
 
The late president tried to tackle the budget deficit by doing a deal with Democrats to raise taxesWhen George HW Bush was laid to rest last week, the encomiums appropriately remarked on his general decency and competence, which tended to be followed...
11.12.18 - 12:18
IMF warns storm clouds are gathering for next financial crisis (The Guardian)
 
David Lipton says world is unprepared for downturn and Fund needs more resourcesThe storm clouds of the next global financial crisis are gathering despite the world financial system being unprepared for the next downturn, the deputy head of the Inter...
11.12.18 - 12:00
MySale shares plunge by more than 50% after profits warning (The Guardian)
 
£29m wiped off paper value of flash-sale site part-owned by Philip Green and Mike Ashley MySale, the online flash-sale retailer part-owned by retail tycoons Sir Philip Green and Mike Ashley, issued a shock profits warning on Tuesday, prompting a plun...
11.12.18 - 11:01
WPP advertising group to cut 3,500 jobs in £300m restructuring (The Guardian)
 
Company to shut or merge almost 200 offices worldwide in wake of Martin Sorrell's exitWPP is to cut 3,500 jobs and shut or merge almost 200 offices around the globe as the embattled advertising group seeks to restructure after a torrid year that saw...
11.12.18 - 09:31
Barclays lets mobile banking users block gambling and drinking (The Guardian)
 
Button in app could help customers struggling with addiction to limit spending Barclays has become the first high street bank to allow customers to block payments with certain types of retailers in a bid to give people struggling with addictions more...
11.12.18 - 09:31
Pound near 20-month low amid Brexit uncertainty, ahead of UK jobs data - business live (The Guardian)
 
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as Brexit chaos weighs on the poundIntroduction: Sterling near 20-month lows this morningComing up: UK unemployment data at 9.30am 8.15am GMT Here's a handy guide to what on earth's going ...
11.12.18 - 08:12
Why is Milk & More insisting I pay in advance? (The Guardian)
 
The delivery service's payment system means a cheque in a bottle is only optionThe milk delivery service Milk & More is asking us to pay weekly in advance of our orders. We have been with variations of this service (now owned by the German dairy...
11.12.18 - 01:26
Demands on NHS staff rise as EU applicants ′drop off a cliff′ (The Guardian)
 
Hiring pressures at health service intensify to highest level since 2011, poll suggestsThe sharp slowdown in EU migrant workers coming to Britain has pushed the hiring needs of the NHS and the wider public sector to the highest levels in seven years....
11.12.18 - 01:26
E-receipts from leading retailers ′may break data protection rules′ (The Guardian)
 
Some big high street names include unwanted marketing information, Which? saysSeveral large retailers may be breaking data protection rules with their e-receipts, according to an investigation by the consumer body Which?.Many retailers offer to email...
11.12.18 - 01:26
North-south economic divide set to narrow as Brexit hits London growth (The Guardian)
 
Capital no longer growing at a much faster pace than the rest of the UK, report saysSlowing growth in London since the Brexit vote has put the British economy on track to narrow the north-south economic divide over the coming three years, according t...
10.12.18 - 20:42
Interserve′s government-backed waste into energy effort stinks | Phillip Inman (The Guardian)
 
Untested incinerator tech uses about half the power generated to clean emissions it producesInterserve is best known as a Carillion-style outsourcing firm with a string of government contracts, but its woes are much more to do with it joining a gover...
10.12.18 - 20:12
Inflation bites wealthy Britons as price rises hit luxury goods (The Guardian)
 
Fine wines, oysters and fancy restaurants up by 5.9% in past year, says Queen's bankThe wealthiest Britons are experiencing inflation at twice the rate of the rest of the UK population as the prices of goods and services favoured by the richest 1% -...
10.12.18 - 20:12
Co-founder takes a swipe at Superdry business model (The Guardian)
 
Julian Dunkerton steps up campaign to return to fashion retailer he quit this yearThe Superdry co-founder Julian Dunkerton has stepped up his campaign to return to the fashion retailer by voicing his concerns over the company's direction in a City s...
10.12.18 - 19:54
Pound falls to lowest in almost two years amid Brexit uncertainty (The Guardian)
 
Sterling slumps to below $1.26 after Theresa May postpones vote on her Brexit planThe pound has dropped to its lowest level for almost two years amid the growing risks to the British economy from political paralysis over Brexit and on a no-deal scena...
10.12.18 - 18:54
Huawei: Chinese media says Canada will pay ′heavy price′ if CFO isn′t released (The Guardian)
 
Country steps up pressure as Canada cancels a trade mission and Meng Wangzhou's bail hearing was set to continueChina has stepped up pressure on Canada ahead of the resumed bail hearing for a senior Huawei executive who was arrested in Vancouver on ...
10.12.18 - 18:12
Gambler′s victims to sue bookmakers where he spent stolen cash (The Guardian)
 
Claims totalling £1.5m against William Hill and Paddy Power for allegedly failing obligationsTwo of the UK's largest bookmakers are facing compensation claims worth £1.5m over allegations that they allowed a gambling addict to bet hundreds of thousa...
10.12.18 - 15:36
Crossrail now delayed to 2020 and to cost another £2bn (The Guardian)
 
Final bill of London's new rail line could hit £17bn as the mayor demands release of board minutesThe final bill for Crossrail could reach almost £17bn, with London picking up the likely £2bn shortfall for the new rail line that will now be delayed ...
10.12.18 - 15:24
Tycoon Vijay Mallya can be extradited to India, UK judge rules (The Guardian)
 
UB Group chair wanted in home country over debts incurred by defunct airlineThe drinks tycoon Vijay Mallya can be extradited to India to face allegations of fraud, a UK judge has ruled.Mallya, the chairman of the UB Group, is wanted in his home count...
10.12.18 - 15:12
Global super-rich bought 153 homes for at least £20m each in past year (The Guardian)
 
London's ultra-prime housing market slips due to stamp duty rises and Brexit concernsMore than 150 homes around the world changed hands for more than £20m ($25m) each in the past year, as the "relentless creation of private wealth fuelled the globa...
10.12.18 - 13:37
UK′s nuclear plans in doubt after report Welsh plant may be axed (The Guardian)
 
Hitachi's planned £16bn Wylfa station on Anglesey is next in line after Hinkley Point CFresh doubts have been raised over prospects for the UK's new nuclear power programme after a report that Hitachi is considering axing plans for a plant in Wales...
10.12.18 - 12:24
Cryptocurrencies are like lottery tickets that might pay off in future | Kenneth Rogoff (The Guardian)
 
The likes of bitcoin may well be worthless, but there's a chance they will be valuable somedayWith the price of bitcoin down 80% from its peak a year ago, and the larger cryptocurrency market in systemic collapse, has "peak crypto already come and ...
10.12.18 - 10:13
Former Nissan chair Carlos Ghosn charged with financial misconduct (The Guardian)
 
Executive accused of under-reporting his his income by tens of millions of poundsProsecutors in Japan have charged the former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn with under-reporting his income by tens of millions of pounds, as the fallout from the scandal ...
10.12.18 - 10:13
Outsourcing firm Interserve′s shares dive by 75% despite rescue plan (The Guardian)
 
Labour warns hospital and school contractor could be the next CarillionThe crisis surrounding outsourcing firm Interserve intensified on Monday as its shares lost more than 75% of their value, crashing to just 6p, as the government contractor battles...
10.12.18 - 09:07
Stock markets slide again as trade war and growth fears mount - business live (The Guardian)
 
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as Asia-Pacific markets begin the week with fresh losses 7.46am GMT Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business.I...
10.12.18 - 08:24
Mayor Sadiq Khan to look at imposing rent controls in London (The Guardian)
 
Exclusive: Arguments in favour of capping rent inflation 'overwhelming', Khan tells MPThe mayor of London has hinted that he is considering introducing rent controls across the capital in a radical overhaul of private rental laws.Sadiq Khan told an...
10.12.18 - 08:24
Can I refuse to allow a letting agent to take photos of my flat? (The Guardian)
 
I'm not comfortable having photos of my home and possessions on the internetQ I currently live in a rented flat but I am buying a house. I have given notice to my letting agent and my tenancy is due to end in a month. The letting agent wants to come...
10.12.18 - 08:24
It′s a sticky situation trying to gift books (The Guardian)
 
Peeling off the price sticker damaged the cover but I can't get a refundI removed the barcode/price stickers from two hardback books published by Pan Macmillan as they are Christmas gifts. But they tore the covers and left a sticky residue. I cannot...
10.12.18 - 08:24
Hedge funds make big bets against post-Brexit UK economy (The Guardian)
 
Hedge funds make million-pound bets against high street as Brexit uncertainty threatens UK economyA pair of hedge funds owned by prominent Brexit supporters have made significant bets against companies exposed to the British consumer including big hi...
10.12.18 - 01:18
Crossrail may not open next year despite mooted extra £1bn (The Guardian)
 
Ministers are reportedly about to admit London rail project needs further extra fundingCrossrail could swallow up another £1bn in funding and be delayed beyond 2019, ministers are expected to admit this week.The flagship construction project to creat...
10.12.18 - 01:18
City investors call on listed companies to pay living wage (The Guardian)
 
Share Action campaign group has written to firms including Balfour Beatty and Vodafone A group of City investors with assets worth more than £180bn has written to listed firms including Vodafone, Balfour Beatty and Severn Trent urging them to pay all...
10.12.18 - 01:18
BP faces shareholder challenge over carbon targets (The Guardian)
 
Company is among energy firms being urged to set goals in line with Paris agreement BP, Chevron and ExxonMobil face a shareholder challenge to set carbon targets in line with the Paris climate agreement, as a green group seeks to repeat its success i...
10.12.18 - 01:18
UK high streets face quietest Christmas since credit crunch (The Guardian)
 
With consumer confidence low, footfall is likely to decline for ninth December out of last 10The crisis on Britain's high streets is to intensify this Christmas, with shopkeepers preparing themselves for the quietest festive period since the credit ...
10.12.18 - 01:18
Tackle climate or face financial crash, say world′s biggest investors (The Guardian)
 
UN summit urged to end all coal burning and introduce substantial taxes on emissionsGlobal investors managing $32tn issued a stark warning to governments at the UN climate summit on Monday, demanding urgent cuts in carbon emissions and the phasing ou...
10.12.18 - 00:48
Nissan tries to bar Carlos Ghosn from Rio property over corruption scandal (The Guardian)
 
Firm fears Brazil-born former chairman may destroy evidence if granted accessNissan is seeking to block its former chairman Carlos Ghosn's access to an apartment in Rio de Janeiro, citing a risk that he may remove or destroy evidence after being arr...
09.12.18 - 21:48
China summons US ambassador over Huawei CFO′s arrest (The Guardian)
 
Terry Branstad urged to cancel arrest warrant for Meng Wanzhou and end her 'egregious' detention China has summoned the US ambassador in Beijing to protest about the detention of a senior Huawei executive in Canada after US law enforcement official...
09.12.18 - 21:48
Interserve in rescue talks as Labour calls for ban on new contracts (The Guardian)
 
Investors fear that outsourcing firm, a big builder of schools, could be the next CarillionThe embattled outsourcing firm Interserve - which has thousands of government contracts to clean hospitals and serve school meals - is in rescue talks with its...
09.12.18 - 19:00
O2 poised to receive millions from Ericsson over software failure (The Guardian)
 
UK network's CEO will meet executives from Swedish firm to discuss compensationO2 is expected to receive a multimillion pound compensation payment from technology group Ericsson over the software failure last week, which cut off customers on Britain...
09.12.18 - 14:12
Centrica′s motion tracker service aims to assist unpaid carers (The Guardian)
 
Firm will install devices in homes of elderly, disabled and ill people for monthly feeBritish Gas owner Centrica is planning to put motion trackers in the homes of elderly, ill and disabled people as part of a service aimed at easing the concerns of ...
09.12.18 - 12:54
Never mind the Brexit sideshow - recession is the real worry | Larry Elliot (The Guardian)
 
Markets are more jittery about the prospect of a downturn than May's doomed dealTheresa May will face her moment of truth in the House of Commons with the financial markets in turmoil. The drama at Westminster has been mirrored by drama on stock mar...
09.12.18 - 12:54
China threatens Canada with ′grave consequences′ if Huawei CFO not freed (The Guardian)
 
Chinese backlash intensifies as Meng Wanzhou faces extradition to US over fraud allegationsChina has warned Canada there would be severe consequences if it did not immediately release Huawei's chief financial officer, calling the case "extremely nas...
09.12.18 - 11:24
Brexit: May′s cabinet splits over second referendum on deal (The Guardian)
 
PM's plan heading for huge defeat as senior Tory suggests second referendum could be her 'only chance'A deep cabinet split has opened up over whether Theresa May should back a second referendum in a final attempt to end the political deadlock over...
09.12.18 - 09:12
Delays and departures as yet another infrastructure project goes off the rails (The Guardian)
 
Sir Terry Morgan's decision to step down as chair of HS2 and Crossrail should set an example for the transport secretaryLong before spades have hit the ground to build Britain's planned £55bn high-speed train network, HS2 has given the appearance o...
09.12.18 - 09:12
Need a bank to send money abroad? It′s faster to take a suitcase of cash on a plane (The Guardian)
 
It can take weeks using the Swift transfer system, as many have found to their costElaine and Malcolm Thompson's charity, St Paul's Children's Project, pays school fees and expenses for 36 orphans in Zambia. In October they made a payment using th...
09.12.18 - 08:12
Superdry feels the heat long after summer slump (The Guardian)
 
And now departed co-founder Julian Dunkerton is getting hot under the collar as poor interim results loomThere is at least someone looking forward to winter. The management at Superdry, the retailer that has become synonymous with multiple zips and J...





































 

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