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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.
 
25.05.20 - 00:13
Cyber security review may spell end for Huawei 5G deal (The Guardian)
 
Government set for climbdown after US bans on Chinese telecoms group and growing resistance from backbenchersThe National Cyber Security Agency in the UK is expected to conclude that US sanctions against Huawei will make it impossible to use the Chin...
24.05.20 - 18:43
Richard Branson′s Virgin Orbit postpones first space launch (The Guardian)
 
Virgin Galactic sister company aims to launch dummy satelliteElon Musk's Crew Dragon puts America back in the space raceRichard Branson's Virgin Orbit postponed its first space launch on Sunday, due to a technical problem. Related: Richard Branson ...
24.05.20 - 18:43
Elon Musk′s SpaceX to launch first astronauts from US soil since 2011 (The Guardian)
 
Falcon 9 rocket to make history as billionaire seeks to commercialise space travelElon Musk's SpaceX company hopes to make history on Wednesday by launching the first astronauts into space from US soil in nine years, as the billionaire takes the nex...
24.05.20 - 16:36
Eureka moment? Law firms report rush to patent ideas in midst of UK lockdown (The Guardian)
 
Intellectual property lawyers report increased demand for services during Covid-19 crisisCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageA week before lockdown was imposed in March, Dane Whitehurst and his wife put the finishing touches...
24.05.20 - 15:55
Without help 40,000 jobs could go, warn UK coach tour operators (The Guardian)
 
Trade body says firms don't receive coronavirus support because of business ratingCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageCoach tourism operators have warned that 40,000 jobs will be put at risk because of the coronavirus lockd...
24.05.20 - 15:07
Unite calls for renewed HSE spot checks to reduce Covid-19 risk (The Guardian)
 
Union urges ministers to bring back health and safety visits for workplaces such as shops and pubsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageMinisters should rip up laws that were designed to reduce red tape but which are putting w...
24.05.20 - 14:49
Hacking attacks on home workers see huge rise during lockdown (The Guardian)
 
Cybercriminals are exploiting fears and chaos caused by coronavirus, says security firmCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageHackers have launched a wave of cyber attacks trying to exploit British people working from home, as ...
24.05.20 - 12:49
Most ingredients are in place for a property crash later this year | Larry Elliott (The Guardian)
 
Rising unemployment is toxic for the property market and low interest rates may not be enoughThis weekend marks the start of a truncated summer house buying season, the moment the residential property market comes out of hibernation.Normally this hap...
24.05.20 - 12:19
Britain′s largest solar farm poised to begin development in Kent (The Guardian)
 
Cleve Hill, the £450m project producing 350MW, expected to receive go-ahead this week Britain's largest solar farm, capable of generating enough clean electricity to power 91,000 homes, is poised to receive the greenlight from ministers this week.T...
24.05.20 - 11:07
Jaguar Land Rover in talks over ′£1bn-plus′ state loan (The Guardian)
 
Carmaker said to be seeking government support amid falling demand as a result of pandemicJaguar Land Rover, Britain's largest carmaker, has asked for a support package from the government to help it survive the coronavirus pandemic.Talks are ongoin...
24.05.20 - 10:19
Planning a great escape this year? Follow our staycation guide (The Guardian)
 
With a trip abroad unlikely and social restrictions still in place, here's what to expect from a summer that will be like no otherAfter more than two months in lockdown the public has been given a few glimmers of hope for a return to normality. But ...
24.05.20 - 08:19
The Bank of England needs to think the unthinkable to rescue the economy (The Guardian)
 
Governor Andrew Bailey is signalling that extreme measures such as negative interest rates are on the table. Rightly soWhen the Bank of England governor says he is not ruling out a cut in the cost of borrowing to below zero, you know there is trouble...
24.05.20 - 01:13
New York Stock Exchange traders hope to prove they are still a big noise (The Guardian)
 
The shouty blokes in blue jackets return to Wall Street this week. Trump's attorney is sure to be a fanEveryone knows what financial trading looks like, right? A large room of blokes (mainly) with paunches and worryingly high blood pressure who shou...
23.05.20 - 18:07
Why the Treasury′s panic over debt, when borrowing costs next to nothing? (The Guardian)
 
Even avid free-marketeers see that only state money can get growth going, but the chancellor is suddenly running scaredA consensus has emerged that the only route out of the lockdown is with government cash. From across the political divide there is ...
23.05.20 - 17:19
Derby was once ahead of its time, but reliance on making leaves it exposed (The Guardian)
 
After news of 9,000 job losses at Rolls-Royce, the city is having to imagine a future beyond manufacturingNext month was supposed to bring 12 months of festivities to Derby, with a series of commemorative events celebrating three centuries of proud m...
23.05.20 - 12:49
No masks allowed: stores turn customers away in US culture war (The Guardian)
 
Shops around the US make headlines for denying entry to those wearing masks as protesters argue against preventative measures in the name of freedomCoronavirus – live US updatesLive global updatesIn the last few weeks a spate of American stores hav...
23.05.20 - 12:49
Business groups brand UK′s quarantine plan for arrivals ′isolationist′ (The Guardian)
 
All incomers – including British citizens – must disclose where they will be staying, Priti Patel saysCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBusiness groups have accused the government of pursuing an “isolationist” poli...
23.05.20 - 12:31
Can Hawaii open up to tourists without letting in the coronavirus? (The Guardian)
 
Halting tourism devastated the economy. Now officials hope testing can help to enable a safe reopeningCoronavirus – latest US updatesCoronavirus – latest global updates Thanks to its geographic isolation, a stay-at-home order and a mandatory 14-d...
23.05.20 - 12:31
If we need childcare to reopen the UK economy, why is it so undervalued? | Christine Berry (The Guardian)
 
The looking after of children is still seen as a private matter rather than a public good. But how does society function without it? Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageFrom precarity in the gig economy to underfunding in th...
23.05.20 - 12:31
Amazon threatened with closure of Wisconsin campus over coronavirus (The Guardian)
 
Health officials cite lack of cooperation by retail giantAmazon has acknowledged 20 cases at two facilitiesHealth officials in south-eastern Wisconsin have warned Amazon that if they don't fully cooperate with state testing and tracing efforts, its ...
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