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​Labour must ’reset relationship with business’ - Yvette Cooper
Labour has alienated the business sector in the past and must now build a positive relationship with it in order to carve a sustainable path forward, Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper says.

19.05.2015 08:50

First Bitcoin-based security starts trading on Nasdaq Nordic
Bitcoin Tracker One (BTO), the first tracker certificate that uses Bitcoin as the underlying asset, started trading at Nasdaq Nordic in Stockholm on Monday. This gives the opportunity to invest in Bitcoin without holding the coins themselves.

18.05.2015 12:40

Fifth year Apple named most valuable brand, at $145bn
The Apple brand is now worth over $145 billion, topping Forbes’ list of the World’s Most Valuable Brands for 2015. The value is up 17 percent since last year, and worth twice any other brand. This is the fifth year the company has headed the list.

14.05.2015 12:11

‘Ageing EU will need more migrants’
Over the next 30 years, the EU will need more migrants to fill gaps in its labor market, says Prof. Heaven Crawley, UK migration policy expert. The EU has a choice, to use the migrants’ influx for its own benefit or create barriers & stir up xenophobia.

13.05.2015 16:02

​'EU support in Poland – split between rural farmers and urban class'
People living in the metropolitan areas of Poland view EU membership as a positive, Polish farmers and the agricultural sector have suffered, says Martin Summers independent journalist, writer and broadcaster on Eastern Europe.

12.05.2015 13:52

​Blue-collar Conservatives: RT asks ‘Are the Tories really the new workers’ party?’
David Cameron says the Tories are the new party of Britain’s working people, as he seeks to shrug off the Conservatives’ ‘party of the rich’ image. RT examines the new administration and finds little has changed.

12.05.2015 08:17

Markets rally, pound surges on news of Tory majority
British markets rallied as news of Tory success saw the pound surge, estate agent shares soar and big firms express their hopes for an era of intensified free market deregulation.

08.05.2015 08:37

‘Grexit may cause domino effect, but should Greece stay in?’
It’s wrong to say Greece must stay in the eurozone. If it left, the market would help it as it’ll be freed of a restrictive ‘one size fits all' straightjacket policy said Richard Wellings, Deputy Editorial Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs.

07.05.2015 14:00

Global cancer spending tops $100bn in 2014 – report
The global market for oncology drugs increased 10.3 percent last year and may reach $147 billion by 2018, according to IMS Health. Spending is rising due to better treatments and higher survival rates.

05.05.2015 15:06

Mainstream parties’ plans to tackle tax dodging not tough enough, say UK voters
British voters in key marginal seats are calling for tougher action to clamp down on tax avoidance. Many are unimpressed by political parties’ pledges to raise billions by taxing the wealthy and mammoth corporations, a new study suggests.

30.04.2015 10:59

Russia isn’t considering fully lifting food embargo - Deputy PM
Russia is not considering completely lifting the food embargo on products from the West, says Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich.

29.04.2015 13:19

​HSBC threatens to leave Britain after mild banking reforms
Global banking giant HSBC says it could move its headquarters out of the UK in the wake of regulatory and structural reforms put in place after the 2008 financial crisis.

24.04.2015 14:57