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What brands risk with unethical COVID behaviour

What brands risk with unethical COVID behaviour

1 hour ago   |   Raconteur

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, both people and businesses are suffering. To address this suffering, as well as stabilise the economy, the UK has passed several pieces...
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Should I give my brother financial advice or mind my own business?

1 hour ago   |   The Guardian

In families people end up playing roles, says Annalisa Barbieri. Look at what's happening beneath the surface I am close to my younger brother and we speak at least once a...
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New CEO in Pryme position to unlock group's full potential

10 hours ago   |   Energy Voice

The current holder of a prestigious annual award celebrating the role of women in the energy industry has been unveiled as the new chief executive of Pryme Group. Pryme, the...
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Coronavirus in Ireland LIVE - Social Welfare given €6.8bn boost as Paschal Donohoe says those on €350 ‘not living it up'

Coronavirus in Ireland LIVE - Social Welfare given €6.8bn boost as Paschal Donohoe says those on €350 ‘not living it up'

17 hours ago   |   The Irish Sun

THE State's social welfare coffers were given a €6.8billion boost yesterday with more Government Departments set for cash injections next month as the Covid-19 crisis wreaks...
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ICC Chair Paul Polman calls for new global roadmap to finance COVID-19 rebuild

19 hours ago   |   ICC

ICC Chair Paul Polman addressed a high-level United Nations event on financing for development today, underscoring the business imperative to ensure universal access to...
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There are many reasons I love my high-yield savings accounts, but earning interest on my cash is at the bottom of the list

There are many reasons I love my high-yield savings accounts, but earning interest on my cash is at the bottom of the list

22 hours ago   |   Business Insider

I love my high-yield savings accounts for a lot of reasons, and the interest earned is the least of them. It is normal for interest rates, and therefore bank yields, to change...
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Recovery fund: Everything depends on what happens next

1 day ago   |   Politico

Moritz Schularick is a professor of economics at the University of Bonn and a fellow at the Institute for New Economic Thinking. NEW YORK - Is this the European Union's...
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Overcoming the barriers to digital transformation

Overcoming the barriers to digital transformation

1 day ago   |   TechRadar

Digital transformation has been on the agenda of business leaders and IT departments alike for some time now. And for good reason. The promise of improved operational...
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Congress has yet to agree on the latest coronavirus relief package, so don't expect another stimulus check in June

Congress has yet to agree on the latest coronavirus relief package, so don't expect another stimulus check in June

1 day ago   |   Business Insider

Congress has yet to agree on another coronavirus relief package. Many Democratic lawmakers are pushing to send more stimulus checks to households, but it's unlikely to happen...
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Ursula von der Leyen's big gamble with borrowed money

1 day ago   |   Politico

It's Ursula von der Leyen's €750 billion bet: that economic damage from the coronavirus crisis is so devastating, EU countries will take a huge leap of faith and effectively...
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Kylie Jenner is no longer a billionaire, according to Forbes: 'It's clear...

Kylie Jenner is no longer a billionaire, according to Forbes: 'It's clear that Kylie's camp has been lying'

Kylie Jenner is no longer a billionaire, according to Forbes . Forbes reported that Jenner's previous claims about her wealth and her company, Kylie Cosmetics, were... Read more ...

10 things you need to know before the opening bell

10 things you need to know before the opening bell

Here's what you need to know before the markets open. 1. The coronavirus pandemic is messing with how economic data is produced, and making it hard to work out how badly it's... Read more ...

Starling Bank boosts its support for small and medium-sized businesses

Starling Bank boosts its support for small and medium-sized businesses

Starling, the UK digital bank , is set to expand further having raised £40 million, in a fresh round of fund raising that will help deliver increased support for small and... Read more ...

French racing tips: Templegate's best bets for Friday's meeting at Bordeaux...

French racing tips: Templegate's best bets for Friday's meeting at Bordeaux live on Sky Sports Racing

BORDEAUX 3.58 CIRONA is very nicely bred and comes from a top yard and jockey for the track. With little more to go on, she gets the verdict pending market signals. Wilfried... Read more ...

Highland and Moray councils chart phase 1 routes out of lockdown

Highland and Moray councils chart phase 1 routes out of lockdown

Councils in the north are entering Phase 1 of lockdown easing with the message that it won't be business as usual for some time yet, but preparations are under way for a return... Read more ...

LIVE UPDATES: Protests escalate over the death of George Floyd in...

LIVE UPDATES: Protests escalate over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Denver, New York

George Floyd, a black man, died on Monday after an officer knelt on Floyd's neck for several minutes, as Floyd said he couldn't breathe. He became unresponsive four minutes... Read more ...

Trump's executive order calls out YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook...

Trump's executive order calls out YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook - but Google's name curiously disappeared from the final version of the order

In response to Twitter fact-checking his tweets, President Donald Trump has signed an executive order aimed at regulating social media companies. In the order, Trump explicitly... Read more ...

Quarantining travellers for 14 days will cost UK economy £650million a WEEK

Quarantining travellers for 14 days will cost UK economy £650million a WEEK

Experts fear the two-week quarantine will wipe out the UK summer holiday season, which brings in £9billion in a normal year, leading to tens of thousands of lost jobs, say... Read more ...

US stocks erase gains, close negative after Trump announces Friday press...

US stocks erase gains, close negative after Trump announces Friday press conference on China

US stocks erased earlier gains and closed negative on Thursday after President Donald Trump announced he will hold a press conference on Friday regarding China. The early-day... Read more ...

Nancy Pelosi slams Mark Zuckerberg for 'pandering' to Trump by attacking...

Nancy Pelosi slams Mark Zuckerberg for 'pandering' to Trump by attacking Twitter's fact-check of his false claims

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday accused Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg of pandering to President Donald Trump by criticizing Twitter's fact-check of Trump's false... Read more ...