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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.
 
20.02.19 - 17:36
What are Brexit contingency plans for retailers and farmers? (The Guardian)
 
With fears over long delays, high trade tariffs and a lack of migrant workers, here's what firms are doingWelsh farmers brace themselves for BrexitIrish milk firm fears 'lights out'The UK food industry has begged the government to avoid a no-deal ...
20.02.19 - 16:18
Sainsbury′s-Asda merger in doubt over ′extensive competition concerns′ (The Guardian)
 
Supermarkets will continue to press case after 'fundamentally flawed' CMA analysisThe merger between Sainsbury's and Asda has been thrown into serious doubt after Britain's competition watchdog raised a catalogue of concerns, including higher pri...
20.02.19 - 14:30
EU raids salmon farmers in Scotland in price-fixing inquiry (The Guardian)
 
Anti-cartel investigation into Norwegian producers also sees raids in the Netherlands and other EU member statesEuropean commission investigators have raided salmon farming businesses in Scotland and other European countries in an inquiry into suspec...
20.02.19 - 14:30
Fortnite Live company goes into liquidation as creators file lawsuit (The Guardian)
 
Long waits for underwhelming attractions at Norwich event led to hundreds of refund demandsThe company behind the Fortnite Live event that was described as a shambles has gone into liquidation, hours after the makers of Fortnite announced they had ta...
20.02.19 - 14:18
Glencore to limit coal production after pressure from investors (The Guardian)
 
Church of England among shareholders who pushed for environmental decisionThe commodities trader Glencore has bowed to pressure from shareholders, including the Church of England, to limit coal production for environmental reasons - days after report...
20.02.19 - 14:00
CBI pushing hard for UK and EU to find Brexit compromise (The Guardian)
 
The clock is ticking quickly towards crisis point, the employers' organisation saysThe CBI has stepped up its campaign for the UK and the EU to strike a compromise Brexit deal after its latest snapshot of manufacturing showed the pace of output grow...
20.02.19 - 13:48
Barclays fraud trial: ex-chairman ′not aware′ of £280m Qatar deal (The Guardian)
 
Marcus Agius tells court he had no knowledge of document detailing payment termsA former Barclays chairman says he was not aware of documents detailing £280m worth of payments to the bank's Qatari investors in 2008 that is at the centre of a landmar...
20.02.19 - 13:18
Government should butt out of a business′s dress code (The Guardian)
 
A court is reviewing whether a city's dress codes for baristas and its definition of 'anal cleft' violate their civil rightsThere aren't many places to find a definition of anal cleft. I've tried. So I'll have to rely on this description in Wik...
20.02.19 - 13:00
Lloyds bullish over Brexit as £4bn payout to investors unveiled (The Guardian)
 
Bank set aside £750m in 2018 for further PPI claims, taking total provision pot to £19.4bnLloyds Banking Group has shrugged off growing fears over Brexit as it unveiled a £4bn payout to shareholders, despite reporting smaller-than-expected annual pro...
20.02.19 - 12:18
′This has poisoned everything′ - pollution casts shadow over New Mexico′s booming dairy industry (The Guardian)
 
Pollution from Cannon Air Force Base has gone unreported for decades. Now it's threatening the US food supplyFor months, Clovis, New Mexico, dairy farmer Art Schaap has been watching his life go down the drain. Instead of selling milk, he is dumping...
20.02.19 - 09:48
Pay farmers to avoid cull of lambs after no-deal Brexit, union says (The Guardian)
 
National Farmers Union warns of crisis if sheep farmers cannot export meat after 29 MarchThe government should pay sheep farmers to prevent the mass slaughter of lambs if there is no Brexit deal, union leaders have said.Last year officials considered...
20.02.19 - 08:30
Sainsbury′s-Asda merger in doubt amid price rise concerns - business live (The Guardian)
 
Competition regulator finds merger could impact choice and reduce quality 7.22am GMT The Competition and Markets Authority has on Wednesday morning dropped a bombshell in the merger talks between Sainsbury's and Asda which would create the biggest B...
20.02.19 - 08:18
Ten months of pleading to get our flood-hit home repaired (The Guardian)
 
A burst pipe caused catastrophic damage and we need a surveyor to identify all the problemsIn March last year, a pipe burst in our loft as a result of the "beast from the east cold snap. The consequence was catastrophic with every ceiling, wall and ...
20.02.19 - 08:18
′Fanciful′ to say Honda didn′t consider Brexit when closing Swindon (The Guardian)
 
Sir David Warren, former British ambassador to Tokyo, says UK-Japan trade and investment 'held hostage' by Conservatives' internal politicsClaims that Brexit had nothing to do with Honda closing its only UK manufacturing plant are "fanciful, acco...
20.02.19 - 08:18
′It was insensitive′: Burberry apologises for ′noose′ hoodie after model complains (The Guardian)
 
Liz Kennedy said the design at London Fashion Week evoked lynchings and suicideThe chief executive and chief creative officer of luxury fashion brand Burberry have apologised for putting a hoodie with strings tied in the shape of a noose on its Londo...
20.02.19 - 08:00
European farms could grow green and still be able to feed population (The Guardian)
 
Research shows loss in yields could be offset by reorienting diets away from grain-fed meat Europe would still be able to feed its growing population even if it switched entirely to environmentally friendly approaches such as organic farming, accordi...
20.02.19 - 08:00
Avoiding a no-deal crash-out won′t stop Brexit wrecking our economy | Peter Mandelson (The Guardian)
 
Leaving the EU is costing us billions - and this drain will continue until business gets some clarity on trading conditionsThe news from Honda that it will be closing its Swindon factory in 2022 with the loss of 3,500 jobs follows a warning by Airbus...
20.02.19 - 08:00
The Guardian view on Honda′s closure: of course it′s partly about Brexit | Editorial (The Guardian)
 
The Japanese carmaker's decision to shut its Swindon factory is part of a pattern in which Brexit uncertainties play a significant roleFirst, the uncontroversial bit. Honda's decision to close its factory at Swindon is a body blow to the west of En...
19.02.19 - 20:30
Honda′s decision is a vote of no confidence in Britain′s future (The Guardian)
 
There is a sense that while the Swindon plant's days were numbered, Brexit tipped the balanceHonda claims Brexit had nothing to do with the decision to shutter its Swindon plant, but almost nobody seems to be buying it.The consensus among industry p...
19.02.19 - 19:42
Carmakers quitting Britain won′t blame Brexit - it′s not in their interest | Phillip Inman (The Guardian)
 
Business leaders know that mentioning the B-word just isn't worth the risk of souring consumer sentimentIn 2012 a wave of anti-Japanese nationalism gripped China. Angry crowds burned down Japanese-owned factories, smashed Japanese-made cars and pelt...
19.02.19 - 19:42
Fear of Barclays executive pay cuts prompted Qatari deal, court hears (The Guardian)
 
Former chairman says ability to offer board 'competitive rates' would have been compromised by UK bailoutBarclays' board worried that executive pay would be cut if the lender failed to raise private funds and succumbed to a government bailout at t...
19.02.19 - 18:12
What are Brexit contingency plans for pharmaceutical industry? (The Guardian)
 
With fears over manufacturing costs and future investment, here's what firms are doingThe carmakers' road to BrexitHow aerospace and defence firms are preparing for BrexitBrexit poses a big threat to pharmaceutical research and manufacturing in the...
19.02.19 - 16:12
Honda′s Swindon plant closure could lead to 7,000 job losses (The Guardian)
 
Industry experts cast doubt on Japanese carmaker's claim that Brexit did not influence moveToday's latest business developments - live updatesHonda has said the toll of job losses from the closure of its Swindon plant could reach 7,000, as automoti...
19.02.19 - 16:00
Deal or no deal, UK jobs will remain hard to fill | Larry Elliott (The Guardian)
 
Unemployment is at a record low and Brexit might not have much of an effect on the labour marketAnybody expecting the Brexit impasse to harm the UK's labour market has so far been proved wrong. Employment is at its highest ever level, the number of ...
19.02.19 - 15:42
Britain′s EU workforce in decline as numbers from elsewhere soar (The Guardian)
 
Number of EU workers in UK falls by 61,000 as non-EU workforce hits record levelThe number of workers in the UK from elsewhere in the EU fell by 61,000 at a time when the number of British and non-EU workers soared, official figures show.There were a...
19.02.19 - 14:24
HSBC warns of weak global economic outlook (The Guardian)
 
Bank's revenue down 8% as CEO blames Chinese slowdown, trade tensions and BrexitHSBC warned about a weaker global economic outlook, as the slowdown in China, trade tensions and fears around Brexit sent its revenues sharply lower towards the end of t...
19.02.19 - 14:12
Blue in the face: Dutch businesses heed furry Brexit monster (The Guardian)
 
Muppet-like creature has prompted 10 times more firms to take an official 'Brexit scan'A furry blue monster aimed at spurring Dutch companies to take Brexit seriously may look slightly odd but seems to be doing a good job, the government has said.T...
19.02.19 - 14:12
UK will apply food tariffs in case of no deal, Michael Gove says (The Guardian)
 
Speaking at NFU conference, Gove says tariffs would be put in place to protect UK farmersThe government will apply tariffs to food imports to protect British farmers in a no-deal scenario, the environment secretary, Michael Gove, has confirmed.And, c...
19.02.19 - 14:00
Employers squeezed as job vacancies grow to record levels (The Guardian)
 
UK firms struggle to find staff as unemployment falls to lows not seen since the mid-1970sRecord numbers of unfilled job vacancies across Britain appear to have strengthened the bargaining power of workers to demand higher wages, amid mounting fears ...
19.02.19 - 13:12
′Do the right thing′: ads on Facebook and Google seek big tech whistleblowers (The Guardian)
 
Initiative by not-for-profit Fight for the Future offers employees of Silicon Valley firms a way to organize and leak informationSilicon Valley activists have launched a whistleblower campaign to help workers organize against "unethical tech, includ...
19.02.19 - 13:12
Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel′s artistic director, dies aged 85 (The Guardian)
 
Sources close to the French fashion house confirm death of influential designerThe German fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has died at the age of 85, sources close to Chanel have said.Lagerfeld, the fashion house's artistic director, missed its haute...
19.02.19 - 12:30
Limos, mansions and millennials: how wealth transformed a quiet mountain (The Guardian)
 
Utah's Powder Mountain has seen an influx of monied entrepreneurs, but longtime residents fear something special is being lost What bothers Dan Harris the most, he said, on a rickety chair on the porch of his 90-year-old, 800ft "cracker box farm hou...
19.02.19 - 11:54
Success of vegan sausage roll gives Greggs surge in sales (The Guardian)
 
Bakery chain upgrades profit expectations for third time in three monthsGreggs has upgraded profit expectations for the third time in three months, crediting the publicity around its vegan sausage rolls for a surge in sales.The UK's biggest bakery c...
19.02.19 - 09:54
MPs call for 1p clothing tax and darning classes in schools to cut waste (The Guardian)
 
UK fashion industry bigger source of carbon emissions than aviation and shippingA penny on every shirt, skirt and stocking could fund better recycling and repairing in the fashion industry, according to a parliamentary report that recommends new taxe...
19.02.19 - 08:42
Honda expected to confirm factory closure - business live (The Guardian)
 
End of production at Swindon factory would threaten 3,500 jobs 7.21am GMT Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business.The struggles of the British car industry in the past t...
19.02.19 - 08:24
NatWest apologises for ′vegans should be punched in the face′ comment (The Guardian)
 
Bank issues statement after worker makes remark during call from woman seeking loanNatWest has apologised after a customer who called the bank to apply for a loan was told by a bank worker "all vegans should be punched in the face. Related: Want a l...
19.02.19 - 08:12
RAC repair service broke down over an ′easy to fix′ problem (The Guardian)
 
I had to take a day off work and pay £267 to be towed home over 'easy to fix' faultAfter a weekend in Cambridge, my car wouldn't start (I live in Derby). On Sunday I called the RAC at about 3.30pm. It arrived at 7.30pm and I was told the car neede...
19.02.19 - 08:12
How the world got hooked on palm oil (The Guardian)
 
It's the miracle ingredient in everything from biscuits to shampoo. But our dependence on palm oil has devastating environmental consequences. Is it too late to break the habit? By Paul TullisOnce upon a time in a land far, far away, there grew a ma...
19.02.19 - 08:12
Majority of European firms have no CO2 reduction targets (The Guardian)
 
Only one in three firms have climate goals set to go beyond 2025, report findsMost European companies have no target for reducing their greenhouse gas emissions even though 80% see climate change as a business risk, a survey has found.Among those tha...
19.02.19 - 08:12
Michael Gove vows to uphold food standards after Brexit (The Guardian)
 
Environment secretary's pledge follows fears over imports of chlorinated chickenThe environment secretary, Michael Gove, is to pledge that British food standards will not be lowered "in pursuit of trade deals.In an address to the National Farmers'...
19.02.19 - 08:12
Huawei founder: US cannot crush technology firm (The Guardian)
 
Ren Zhengfei hits back at criminal indictments he calls politically motivated The US cannot crush Huawei, the company's founder has insisted, as he hit back against criminal indictments levelled at the firm and allegations that it poses a security t...
19.02.19 - 07:54
Most shoppers say Brexit has not affected spending habits (The Guardian)
 
People in pro-leave areas of Britain have tended not to curb expenditure, finds PwC surveyBritish consumers are preparing to carry on shopping despite the mounting political chaos over Brexit, according to a survey, even as business leaders increasin...
18.02.19 - 19:24
Honda′s exit is based on many factors, but Brexit is certainly one | Larry Elliott (The Guardian)
 
Denials by the North Swindon Tory MP will not save May from the burden of this decisionWe told you so. That will be the reaction of Britain's leading business groups to the news that Honda is to close its Swindon plant with the loss of about 3,500 j...
18.02.19 - 15:36
Flybmi appoints BDO as administrators after ceasing operations (The Guardian)
 
BDO keen to ensure customers, staff and suppliers are supported through processThe regional airline Flybmi has formally appointed the restructuring firm BDO as administrators after ceasing to trade on Saturday.The airline's immediate owner, British ...
18.02.19 - 15:36
Carmaker Honda plans to close Swindon factory - reports (The Guardian)
 
Japanese firm would maintain its European HQ near Bracknell in BerkshireHonda is planning to close its factory in Swindon, according to reports, dealing another blow to an automotive sector already struggling with the effects of Brexit-related uncert...
18.02.19 - 15:18
Once-in-a-generation rail fare reform? Ryanair on steroids | Patrick Collinson (The Guardian)
 
The Rail Delivery Group's so-called new deal is the opposite of fare simplicationThe latest attempt to simplify our crazily complex rail ticketing system, hailed as a "once in a generation reform is nothing of the sort. It is tinkering at the margi...
18.02.19 - 15:06
What are Brexit contingency plans for aerospace and defence? (The Guardian)
 
With no deal estimated to mean billions of pounds in extra costs, here's what firms are doingThe British aerospace sector is bracing for a no-deal Brexit, which it estimates could mean billions of pounds in extra costs.The impact on some goods could...
18.02.19 - 14:36
UK house prices raised age of ownership by eight years since 1997 (The Guardian)
 
In 2018 buyers were 34 before half had bought their own home; in 1997 the age was 26Britain's increasingly unaffordable housing market has delayed the age when most adults become homeowners by at least eight years since 1997, according to official f...
18.02.19 - 13:18
Super-tall, super-skinny, super-expensive: the ′pencil towers′ of New York′s super-rich - podcast (The Guardian)
 
An extreme concentration of wealth in a city where even the air is for sale has produced a new breed of needle-like tower¢ Read the text version here Continue reading......
18.02.19 - 12:36
Scottish couple who moved to Denmark lament loss of Flybmi ′lifeline′ (The Guardian)
 
Caroline Stewart and her husband say they face being cut off from family in AberdeenCaroline Stewart, 29, and her husband are not only up to £1,400 out of pocket, but face being cut off from their family, as Flybmi operated the only direct flights ho...





































 

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