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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.
 
27.03.17 - 14:18
UK manufacturers tell May no EU deal is ′simply unacceptable′ (The Guardian)
 
EEF warns the government it needs to work with the industry to mitigate Brexit's implications amid shifting public sentiment about its impact on the economy Failing to secure a Brexit trading deal with the EU would be disastrous for Britain's manuf...
27.03.17 - 14:18
Brewdog backs down over Lone Wolf pub trademark dispute (The Guardian)
 
Brewer withdraws action after Guardian report sparks backlash accusing firm of being 'multinational corporate machine'Brewdog, the self-described "punk beer company, has backed down in a row over the name of a family-run pub, blaming "trigger-happ...
27.03.17 - 12:12
UK banks asked to draw up plans to show they are prepared for Brexit (The Guardian)
 
Bank of England says City institutions need to reassure regulators that they are ready for a range of possible outcomesThe Bank of England has asked UK banks, insurers and other financial institutions to draw up comprehensive plans for how they will ...
27.03.17 - 11:30
Half-in, half-out of customs union would be worst Brexit option, says thinktank (The Guardian)
 
Open Europe suggests the UK should leave the EU customs union altogether to ensure it is free to strike the best global trade dealsOpen Europe, the leading Eurosceptic thinktank, has urged the prime minister to leave the European customs union entire...
27.03.17 - 11:30
UK nuclear decommissioning debacle costs government £100m (The Guardian)
 
Business secretary orders inquiry into flawed tendering process for dismantling old reactors at 12 sites as US firms get paid for out of court settlementThe government has been forced to pay nearly £100m in a settlement with two US energy companies f...
27.03.17 - 11:30
Parts of UK that voted for Brexit may be hardest hit, study finds (The Guardian)
 
Researchers say Wales and north-east are among areas most vulnerable to loss of funding, tariffs on exports and shortage of European workersSeveral parts of Britain that voted to leave the European Union are among the most vulnerable to the economic ...
27.03.17 - 10:01
Chinese firm to help operate UK′s South West trains franchise (The Guardian)
 
Union says Hong Kong metro operator will 'make a killing at taxpayers' expense' after surprise announcement by UK governmentThe UK government has handed a Chinese state transport and property company a seven-year deal to run one of the Britain's ...
27.03.17 - 10:01
UK energy firms including big six miss smart meter deadline (The Guardian)
 
Ofgem considering further steps to protect billpayers as a result of suppliers' failure to cut back-bills' limit from 12 to six monthsBritain's leading energy providers are under fire again after missing a deadline to help households with smart me...
27.03.17 - 08:54
Shares slide and pound rallies as Trump′s healthcare failure rattles markets - business live (The Guardian)
 
All the day's economic and financial news, as Republican failure to overhaul US healthcare system sends the dollar reeling 7.44am BST Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and bu...
27.03.17 - 08:54
Aircraft orders increase tenfold in a year in boost for UK manufacturing (The Guardian)
 
Aerospace industry delivered 100 aircraft in February, worth £2bn to UK, with orders up to 43, but uncertainty rises over Brexit The global aerospace industry enjoyed a surge in aircraft orders in February, putting it on track for another record year...
27.03.17 - 08:54
ONS looks to big data as it explores new ways to measure UK economy (The Guardian)
 
Office for National Statistics to harvest data from traffic sensors, mobile phones and satellite images at new campus in WalesThe UK's official statistics office is looking into using traffic sensors, mobile photo data and satellite images as new wa...
27.03.17 - 07:24
BT fined £42m over delays to high-speed cable installation (The Guardian)
 
The telecoms company failed to compensate rivals when equipment critical to broadband was not provided in time BT has been fined £42m by the telecoms watchdog and is expected to pay out £300m in compensation to rivals over delayed high-speed cable in...
27.03.17 - 07:24
Dyson plays down hard Brexit concerns as company posts £2.5bn record sales (The Guardian)
 
WTO tariffs not a barrier to financial success or trading with Europe, says billionaire founderSir James Dyson, the billionaire investor, has played down concerns that a "hard Brexit could harm the UK economy by claiming that World Trade Organisatio...
27.03.17 - 07:24
Women make up less than a quarter of UK boardrooms (The Guardian)
 
The number of female boards members is on the rise but still a long way from achieving equality with menDespite the fears of Tesco chair John Allan that men are becoming an "endangered species in boardrooms, the majority of UK company directors are ...
27.03.17 - 01:24
′Bank of mum and dad′ making housing market more unfair, study finds (The Guardian)
 
More first-time buyers than ever are using family money, exacerbating inequality, says Social Mobility CommissionThe number of first-time buyers relying on family loans from the "bank of mum and dad to fund their deposits is exacerbating inequality ...
27.03.17 - 01:24
Apprenticeship levy will deepen north-south divide, IPPR says (The Guardian)
 
Thinktank's analysis suggests new £3bn levy on larger employers will raise less money and have smaller impact on areas that need it mostThe government's new £3bn apprenticeship levy threatens to deepen Britain's north-south divide, according to a ...
26.03.17 - 18:54
Brewdog accused of hypocrisy after forcing pub to change name (The Guardian)
 
Family-run pub in Birmingham claims it picked the name Lone Wolf before craft beer company launched vodka brandBrewdog, the craft beer company that prides itself on a "punk ethos, has been accused of acting like "just another multinational corporate...
26.03.17 - 18:30
Snapchat ′will be bigger than Twitter, Yahoo and AOL with advertisers′ (The Guardian)
 
Messaging app forecast to attract revenues of $3bn a year by 2020 by attracting hard-to-reach youth marketSnapchat could become more popular with advertisers than Twitter, Yahoo and AOL within three years, with the messaging app company forecast to b...
26.03.17 - 15:36
Populism is the result of global economic failure (The Guardian)
 
Political revolts are inevitable in a world where employees are wage slaves and bosses super rich The rise of populism has rattled the global political establishment. Brexit came as a shock, as did the victory of Donald Trump. Much head-scratching ha...
26.03.17 - 13:54
′People aren′t spending′: stores close doors in ′oversaturated′ US retail market (The Guardian)
 
Boarded-up shops are a common sight in cities across the country as Macy's, Sears and JCPenney struggle and Credit Suisse downgrades the retail sectorCanal Street was never a high-end retail experience. But, like many streets in New York City and in...
26.03.17 - 13:54
Uber suspends fleet of self-driving cars following Arizona crash (The Guardian)
 
Company removes all self-driving cars from road in three states pending further investigation into Volvo SUV collisionUber has suspended its fleet of self-driving cars while it investigates a crash in Arizona involving one of its vehicles.Photographs...
26.03.17 - 12:00
Austerity bites? Less chocolate for your money as packets shrink (The Guardian)
 
Mars reduces pack sizes of Maltesers and other top brands for second time in 12 monthsConfectionery firm Mars is shrinking the pack size of favourite sweets including Maltesers, M&M's and Minstrels by up to 15% in the latest example of an indust...
26.03.17 - 12:00
Google′s bad week: YouTube loses millions as advertising row reaches US (The Guardian)
 
Major brands including Verizon and Walmart pulled their ads after they were found to be appearing next to videos promoting extremist views or hate speechIt's been a bad week for Google, with major brands pulling millions of dollars in advertising am...
26.03.17 - 12:00
Brexit talks will fail without compromise: José Manuel Barroso (The Guardian)
 
Former European commission president says constructive negotiations between EU and UK leaders are needed to reach a deal Brexit negotiations are on course to fail unless both Britain and the European Union ditch their winner-takes-all approach to the...
26.03.17 - 12:00
Pret a Manger to pay work experience recruits after criticism of unpaid scheme (The Guardian)
 
Sandwich chain had offered teenagers a week with the company without pay as part of recruitment drive linked to BrexitPret a Manger has said it will now pay hundreds of teenagers it plans to hire this summer, after campaigners criticised the company ...
26.03.17 - 12:00
£500 bill for one inquiry leads to call for cap on 118 charges (The Guardian)
 
Critics have slammed Ofcom for their 'disgraceful' decision to not put a cap on unregulated directory numbersCampaigners and telecoms industry insiders have renewed calls for the government to cap the fees charged by directory service numbers in th...
26.03.17 - 12:00
Lords call for the banks to get back to basics (The Guardian)
 
A 'basic account' is just that ... but they aren't well promoted probably because they don't make moneyThere are almost 8m basic bank accounts open in the UK, and most of the big banks offer them, but they are arguably the Cinderella of the...
26.03.17 - 12:00
Thought Mike Ashley was hard to work for? Meet Jennifer Hardy (The Guardian)
 
The woman from the agency at the centre of the Sports Direct scandal is up before the select committee this weekWhile Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley was undoubtedly the stand-out performer at June's business, innovation and skills select committe...
25.03.17 - 17:42
The British jobs Brexit makes hard to fill (The Guardian)
 
Catering, construction and care sectors all report difficulty hiring EU staff, mainly thanks to the weak pound. Is Britain ready for what may be unleashed this week?The human and economic cost of Brexit is registered in nationalities and jobs, a list...
25.03.17 - 17:42
Foreign companies flock to build nuclear plants in the UK (The Guardian)
 
A South Korean firm is just the latest to be lured by Britain's atomic amibitions as safety concerns and cost stalk the industryNuclear energy faces an uncertain future globally as concerns over safety and cost dog the industry. But in the UK, forei...
24.03.17 - 19:12
Viagogo′s shady reputation grows as it shuns critics (The Guardian)
 
Elusive company that snubbed MPs runs its multimillion ticket resale empire from a small office in a business park in Limerick, IrelandWhen controversial ticket reselling website Viagogo failed to show up for a select committee hearing this week, fur...
24.03.17 - 17:54
Cauliflower prices slashed as UK′s warm weather leads to glut (The Guardian)
 
Supermarkets forced to cut cauliflower price despite recent growth in sales as UK farmers bring bumper harvest to marketGet the cheese sauce on. Supermarkets are slashing the price of cauliflower because a relatively warm start to the year has produc...
24.03.17 - 16:48
Bonus for Pearson chief despite biggest loss in company′s history (The Guardian)
 
John Fallon awarded total of £1.5m, including a £343,000 bonus, after world's largest educational publisher reports £2.6bn pre-tax lossThe total pay of John Fallon, the chief executive of Pearson, increased by 20% last year, despite the FTSE 100 com...
24.03.17 - 15:24
Cadbury says chocolate could get smaller after Brexit (The Guardian)
 
Company commits to UK but says consumers could pay more or get less confectionery as a result of exit from EUCadbury has warned it may have to raise prices or shrink the size of its products after Brexit, but has committed to staying in the UK.Glenn ...
24.03.17 - 14:48
New £1 coin: Tesco to unlock every trolley as it misses deadline (The Guardian)
 
Supermarket fails to convert carts in time, as warning comes of issues with parking meters and vending machines on TuesdayEvery supermarket trolley at Tesco - estimated to number hundreds of thousands - are to be unlocked after the grocery giant reve...
24.03.17 - 14:12
Second cycle courier wins holiday pay at gig economy tribunal (The Guardian)
 
CitySprint pulled up again as judge rules contractors are employees if they can't decide on pay, break and time offA second cycle courier has won the right to paid holidays and minimum pay in a ruling that could bring major upheaval in the gig econo...
24.03.17 - 11:48
Brexit economy: UK faces squeeze on living standards (The Guardian)
 
The latest monthly Guardian analysis finds signs of a slowdown as prices rise and real pay shrinks¢ Help fund our journalism by becoming a Guardian supporterBritish households are being warned to prepare for a tightening squeeze on living standards, ...
24.03.17 - 11:25
Co-operative Bank says it has interest of several credible buyers (The Guardian)
 
The bank, which recently reported a £477m full-year loss, put itself up for sale last month in a bid to raise more capitalThe loss-making Co-operative Bank has confirmed that several credible parties have expressed an interest in buying it. Related: ...
24.03.17 - 10:48
Broadband users in line for millions in Ofcom compensation plan (The Guardian)
 
Telecoms watchdog proposes making providers pay automatic compensation for 7.2m customer service failings each yearBroadband and landline customers who suffer poor service could get millions of pounds of money back automatically under a new scheme pr...
24.03.17 - 08:48
Markets await US healthcare vote and French and German data - business live (The Guardian)
 
Trump's healthcare package vote delayed, while steady manufacturing and service figures expected from France and Germany 7.40am GMT Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and busin...
24.03.17 - 08:48
Millions of UK workers at risk of being replaced by robots, study says (The Guardian)
 
Workers in wholesale and retail sectors at highest risk from breakthroughs in robotics and artificial intelligence, PwC report findsMore than 10 million UK workers are at high risk of being replaced by robots within 15 years as the automation of rout...
23.03.17 - 20:42
1,100 Jones Bootmaker jobs at risk as private equity deal collapses (The Guardian)
 
Shoe retailer expected to call in administrators days after rival BrantanoJones Bootmaker is expected to call in administrators on Friday in a move that will put more than 1,100 jobs at risk.The shoe retailer, which employs 1,145 people, has nearly 1...
23.03.17 - 20:18
Crest Nicholson shareholders reject pay deal for directors (The Guardian)
 
Investors dismiss remuneration report but UK housebuilder says it will still pay bonuses to bosses Shareholders in Crest Nicholson, one of the largest housebuilders in Britain, have voted against the pay deal for its directors because of concerns tha...
23.03.17 - 18:54
RBS and NatWest to close 158 branches as customers go digital (The Guardian)
 
Up to 362 jobs could go, prompting union to accuse bank of turning its back on loyal communitiesRoyal Bank of Scotland is axing 158 branches, most of them NatWest outlets, with the loss of up to 362 jobs. The group, which is 73% taxpayer-owned, blame...
23.03.17 - 16:24
YouTube and Google boycott spreads to US as AT&T and Verizon pull ads (The Guardian)
 
Major phone networks express concern over video sharing site and parent company's inability to guarantee money won't flow to extremismThe growing advertiser boycott of YouTube has reached the US, with AT&T, Johnson & Johnson, Verizon and En...
23.03.17 - 16:18
UK retail sales shrug off Brexit fears with February rise (The Guardian)
 
Recovery after slump in December and January is not enough to reverse slide in three-month trend, says ONSBritain's retailers received a respite from a two-month losing streak when spending in high street stores and online bounced back in February.T...
23.03.17 - 11:18
Brexit could damage UK′s efforts to tackle corruption, says OECD (The Guardian)
 
Business pressure to weaken bribery laws and government's inability to focus on non-Brexit issues are also concerns, says groupBrexit could damage the UK's efforts to tackle corruption and give multinationals leverage over the British government in...
23.03.17 - 10:06
Next warns of price rises as profits fall for first time in eight years (The Guardian)
 
Retailer says it faces 'tough' year ahead with shoppers spending less on clothes, weak pay growth and pound's Brexit slideNext has warned consumers they face price rises of up to 5% in the coming months due to the weak pound, as it reported its fi...
23.03.17 - 09:12
Markets pause ahead of crucial US healthcare vote - business live (The Guardian)
 
Asian and US markets stabilise as investors await the first key test of whether President Trump will be able to able to press ahead with growth-boosting policies 8.04am GMT Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the ...
23.03.17 - 08:24
State pension age must rise again, says report (The Guardian)
 
Those aged around 40 should expect to work at least until the age of 68, with the future of the triple-lock also thrown into doubtMillions of people in their late 30s and early 40s look set to have to work for an extra year after an official review r...





































 

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