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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.
 
18.10.19 - 13:50
TV streaming services revitalise music industry, figures show (The Guardian)
 
PRS says TV soundtracks on on-demand platforms have tripled in past five yearsAt a time when many critics believe we are living through a golden age of TV, it seems no new drama with aspirations to credibility is complete without a soundtrack to matc...
18.10.19 - 13:50
Luke Johnson in line for £12m from £100m sale of Elegant Hotels to Marriott (The Guardian)
 
Biggest shareholder and former Pizza Express and Patisserie Valerie boss cashes inLuke Johnson is in line for a £12.2m payout from the sale of Elegant Hotels, the owner of eight luxury resorts in the Caribbean.The former Pizza Express and Patisserie ...
18.10.19 - 10:20
Javid sparks speculation of voter-friendly budget with borrowing comments (The Guardian)
 
Chancellor predicts interest rates will remain at rock bottom levels and says it makes sense to borrow to boost the economySajid Javid has fuelled speculation that he is planning a voter-friendly budget next month after predicting that interest rates...
18.10.19 - 09:50
Zuckerberg defends Facebook as bastion of ′free expression′ in speech (The Guardian)
 
CEO faces quick backlash over highlighted policies, including on hate speech and voter suppressionMark Zuckerberg touted Facebook as a champion of "free expression in a wide-sweeping speech, offering a staunch defense of the social media giant follo...
18.10.19 - 09:02
China′s economic growth slowest in almost 30 years - business live (The Guardian)
 
Rolling coverage of the latest business and economic news, as fresh data shows Chinese GDP grew at its weakest rate since the early 1990s 7.52am BST Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eu...
18.10.19 - 08:50
Channel 4 launches menopause policy for employees (The Guardian)
 
Women will have access to flexible working arrangements, and cool and quiet workspacesChannel 4 is launching its first menopause policy in an effort to normalise the "taboo subject.The policy will support employees experiencing menopausal symptoms s...
18.10.19 - 08:32
Scariest thing about Halloween is plastic waste, say charities (The Guardian)
 
Equivalent of 83m plastic bottles in often throwaway outfits sold by leading retailersAn estimated 2,000 tonnes of plastic waste - equivalent to 83m bottles - will be generated from throwaway Halloween clothing sold by leading retailers in the UK thi...
18.10.19 - 08:20
Lawsuits, payouts, opioids crisis: what happened to Johnson & Johnson? (The Guardian)
 
The household name has been hit in recent years with product misfires and court judgments challenging public trust and investor faithFor decades, consumers worldwide have named the $347bn pharmaceutical behemoth Johnson & Johnson as one of its mo...
18.10.19 - 08:20
Homes with political links - in pictures (The Guardian)
 
These properties with influential former owners might just get your vote Continue reading......
18.10.19 - 08:20
Fraud charges against ex-Barclays executive are lunacy, trial told (The Guardian)
 
Roger Jenkins would have risked losing £50m if he had sought any criminal deal, lawyer saysA former Barclays executive who is on trial in London on fraud charges would have risked losing a £50m "good leaver package if he had sought a criminal deal w...
18.10.19 - 08:20
The outcry over deaths on Amazon′s warehouse floor (The Guardian)
 
Billy Foister died last month after a heart attack at work. The incident was just one in a series of recent accidents and fatalitiesIn September, Billy Foister, a 48-year-old Amazon warehouse worker, passed away after a heart attack at work. Accordin...
18.10.19 - 08:02
UK manufacturers braced for financial hit as US tariffs bite (The Guardian)
 
Makers of products ranging from Scotch whisky to biscuits and Savile Row suits to sufferBritish manufacturers of products ranging from Scotch whisky to biscuits and Savile Row suits are braced for a significant financial hit after US tariffs came int...
17.10.19 - 23:02
CBI boss on wrong track if she can′t say sorry about Labour′s rail plans (The Guardian)
 
It is nonsensical for Carolyn Fairbairn to 'stand by' the CBI's analysis, but Labour should publish its costingsThere were two important statements from the CBI on Thursday. One, as you'd expect, was a view on the new UK-EU withdrawal agreement. ...
17.10.19 - 20:44
CBI calls on Labour to publish nationalisation plans (The Guardian)
 
Group releases breakdown of its own £196bn-cost estimate and asks party to 'fill in gaps' if it disagreesThe Confederation of British Industry has served Labour with a challenge to publish the full details of its nationalisation plans, in the lates...
17.10.19 - 20:44
Banks expect to cut business lending at fastest rate since crash (The Guardian)
 
Bank of England survey shows plan is response to rising defaults and a fall in demandBanks expect to cut their lending to businesses in the run-up to Christmas at a rate not seen since the financial crash a decade ago.A survey of the banking sector b...
17.10.19 - 20:26
The Guardian view on the IMF and World Bank: back a global Green New Deal | Editorial (The Guardian)
 
At 75, the Bretton Woods institutions face an identity crisis. It's time for them to chart a fresh courseThe International Monetary Fund and the World Bank have their 75th birthday this year, but the organisations that emerged from the Bretton Woods...
17.10.19 - 20:14
Eurostar enjoys busiest August as passengers seek alternative to flying (The Guardian)
 
Demand for sustainable travel is 'an exciting time' for the high-speed train service, says CEOEurostar has reported its busiest August ever, with more than a million passengers travelling on the cross-Channel train service in that month.The service...
17.10.19 - 19:26
′Flight-shaming′ could slow growth of airline industry, says Iata (The Guardian)
 
Climate now 'top of the agenda' for investors as airlines try to lower carbon emissionsEscalating pressure from investors is pushing airlines to address environmental concerns according to the International Air Transport Association (Iata), which a...
17.10.19 - 19:26
New IMF boss ′jumped for joy′ over Brexit breakthrough (The Guardian)
 
Kristalina Georgieva hopes MPs back deal she feels will spare UK significant economic damageThe head of the International Monetary Fund confessed she jumped for joy after hearing news of a Brexit breakthrough that she said would spare the UK signific...
17.10.19 - 17:44
£511m debt but dividends galore: the Glazers′ legacy at Manchester United | David Conn (The Guardian)
 
John Henry's FSG has taken only £10m out of Liverpool in nine years but at Manchester United the financial backdrop to their on-field struggles is very differentThrough the long years when Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United were amassing trophie...
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