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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.
19.06.19 - 01:14
Weak pay rises and dearer housing fuel jump in working poor, says IFS (The Guardian)
Number in poverty rises to 8m, with 60% living in households where someone works Britain has seen a big jump in the working poor since the 1990s, with almost three out of five people below the official poverty line living in a household where at leas...
18.06.19 - 20:44
Tesco pins growth hopes on plant-based ready meals and robots (The Guardian)
Supermarket tells investors its plans also include more upmarket Tesco Finest convenience storesRobot-driven supermarkets, upmarket convenience stores and a tenfold increase in plant-based ready meals will all fuel growth at Tesco, the company has sa...
18.06.19 - 20:14
Facebook′s Libra launch will extend its global domination (The Guardian)
Cryptocurrency could wipe out many businesses and further concentrate corporate powerEvery week, dozens of people walk into the Sunshine convenience store in Charlottesville, Virginia, to send money to relatives in other countries. They use a service...
18.06.19 - 20:14
Is Facebook′s Libra currency a case of corporate megalomania? | Nils Pratley (The Guardian)
The planned cryptocurrency has big questions to answer, not least on transparency and trust What is Facebook's new Libra digital currency? A way to stop money-transfer companies exploiting the world's poor by skimming off vast fees in cross-border ...
18.06.19 - 20:02
Goals Soccer Centres hires advisers to explore potential sale (The Guardian)
Mike Ashley-backed pitch hire operator is continuing to assess its options over unpaid VAT billGoals Soccer Centres, the struggling five-a-side football pitch operator backed by the retail billionaire Mike Ashley, has appointed advisers to look for a...
18.06.19 - 17:26
BA parent company reveals plans to buy 200 Boeing 737 Max jets (The Guardian)
International Airlines Group announces plans despite safety fears after two crashesThe parent company of British Airways has announced plans to buy 200 Boeing 737 Max aircraft, despite safety fears surrounding the grounded model after two crashes.The...
18.06.19 - 16:44
Gatwick drone disruption cost airport just £1.4m (The Guardian)
Airlines bear brunt of cost with easyJet alone putting its compensation bill and lost revenue at £15mThe drone attack that disrupted Gatwick for three days in December cost the airport just £1.4m.While early estimates of the costs ran into tens of mi...
18.06.19 - 16:26
Method of attack on tankers remains key evidence against Iran (The Guardian)
Release of colour images adds more clarity to debate but fails to prove responsibilityThe sophistication of the attacks on two shipping tankers in the Gulf of Oman last week had already led most independent analysts to conclude Iran was responsible f...
18.06.19 - 16:26
Donald Trump attacks ECB for ′currency manipulation′ (The Guardian)
Global trade war fears deepen after US president reopens EU spat after talk of new rate cut planDonald Trump has accused the European Central Bank (ECB) of unfairly manipulating the euro, further raising the stakes for Washington in its trade and dip...
18.06.19 - 16:14
City of Berlin backs plan to freeze rents for five years (The Guardian)
German capital's government agrees outlines of law in latest attempt to halt runaway gentrificationBerlin's government has agreed to freeze rents in the German capital for five years from 2020 in the city's latest attempt to halt runaway gentrific...
18.06.19 - 15:20
Ex-BHS owner in court over tax fraud charges (The Guardian)
Dominic Chappell also faces charges of allegedly buying two yachts to launder moneyFormer BHS owner Dominic Chappell has appeared in court to face charges of a £500,000 tax fraud and allegedly buying two yachts to launder money.Chappell, 52, of Dorse...
18.06.19 - 14:56
Fidelity blocks investors from buying Woodford Income Focus Fund (The Guardian)
Neil Woodford debacle could be 'very big problem' if it undermines trust, warns Bank of England policymakerFidelity has banned its customers from putting new money into a second Woodford fund, dealing another blow to the star fund manager whose rep...
18.06.19 - 14:28
Fast fashion is eating up the planet - and this feeble government enables it | Gaby Hinsliff (The Guardian)
Nobody needs a £1 bikini. This is a hugely polluting industry and it's pathetic that ministers have refused to actHow long would you expect to keep a bikini that cost only a quid?It's always possible that women will treasure forever something costi...
18.06.19 - 14:28
Butterless puff pastry is bad enough. But other food hacks can be fatal | Felicity Cloake (The Guardian)
Patisserie Valerie's substitution of marge caused shock - but it's part of an infamous tradition blighting the restaurant industryThe revelation that struggling bakery chain Patisserie Valerie was so strapped for cash under its previous management ...
18.06.19 - 11:20
Libra: Facebook launches cryptocurrency in bid to shake up global finance (The Guardian)
Digital currency will let billions of users make transactions but is raising privacy concernsFacebook has announced a digital currency called Libra that will allow its billions of users to make financial transactions across the globe, in a move that ...
18.06.19 - 10:56
Northern Rail′s crisis is good news - it′s proof we need to re-nationalise | Phil McDuff (The Guardian)
Pitiful service and sky-high fares lay bare the myth of 'market efficiency'. Politicians must stop dodging responsibility The TSSA trade union has sounded the alarm on Northern Rail. The Transport Salaried Staffs' Association, a union for workers ...
18.06.19 - 09:56
UK firms overcharging loyal customers could soon face instant fines (The Guardian)
Watchdog could get new powers over mobile, broadband and insurance providersFirms that exploit consumer loyalty by overcharging longstanding customers could soon face instant fines under plans unveiled by the government.The "loyalty penalty is estim...
18.06.19 - 09:56
Heathrow third runway expansion plans revealed (The Guardian)
Plans unveiled to lower M25 and reroute rivers as campaigners warn of environmental impactThe scale of the disruption from Heathrow airport's expansion project has been revealed with the publication of detailed plans to lower the M25 for the third r...
18.06.19 - 09:27
European car sales rise for the first time in nine months - business live (The Guardian)
New car sales rose by 0.1% in May as a jump in demand in Germany and France offset falls in the UK, Spain and Italy 8.06am BST Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business.Ne...
18.06.19 - 08:27
Not so hospitable - waiters on their restaurant horror stories (The Guardian)
There was outrage when it was suggested a waiter should pay towards the bill of diners who had done a runner. We asked readers to share their most memorable experiences of working in bars and restaurantsThis weekend it emerged that the restaurant cha...
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