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U.K. to Sell Eurostar Stake to CDPQ, Hermes for $900 Million
Washington Post - 4 Hours ago
(Updates with advisers in final paragraph.) The stake will be sold for 585.1 million pounds ($900 million) and Eurostar will also redeem the government’s preference share, valued at 172 million pounds,
CDPQ and Hermes Infrastructure acquisition of a 40% Shareholding in Eurostar from ACQ Magazine
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Junior U.K. Merger Bankers Get 70% Bonus Jump, Survey Shows
La Repubblica - 4 Hours ago
(Bloomberg) -- Junior U.K. merger bankers received a 70 percent jump in 2015 bonuses as their employers seek to stem departures after two years of low payouts, according to salary benchmarking website
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Ford Warning Shows Britain Must Stay in EU, U.K. Lawmaker Says
Bloomberg - 4 Hours ago
(Bloomberg) -- Ford Motor Co.’s global use of its British manufacturing presence shows the importance of Britain staying in the European Union, a U.K. member of the European Parliament said. Catherine
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Great Debate will shape Wales' future school system
BusinessWeek - 4 Hours ago
The call follows the publication last week of Professor Donaldson's 'Successful Futures' report which set out 68 different recommendations for a new Welsh curriculum. Professor Donaldson produced his
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Pound Strengthens Versus Euro as U.K.’s Outlook Seen Brighter
Bloomberg - 4 Hours ago
(Bloomberg) -- The pound approached its strongest level in seven years versus the euro as divergence in monetary policy between Britain and the currency bloc allowed investors to overlook a cooling in
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France 'breaks Europe smacking pact'
BBC - 4 Hours ago
Europe's top human rights watchdog has criticised France for its failure to explicitly ban smacking children. The Council of Europe said that France's laws on corporal punishment were "not sufficiently
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Must Greece can learn lessons from Ireland: Irish PM
CNBC - 4 Hours ago
Greece – where the bailout program is the subject of continuing drama and debate - could learn a thing or two from Ireland, Europe's poster-child for austerity and economic recovery, the country's Prime
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Why the drachma can’t save Greece: Goldman
CNBC - 4 Hours ago
Philippe Huguen | AFP | A one-euro coin and a one-drachma coin in front of a Greek national flag Fears Greece may exit the euro and revive the drachma abound, but attempting
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Global Executive Search Partnership Amrop Joins Forces With Financial Services Firm
BusinessWeek - 4 Hours ago
The executive search arm of London-based Mulsanne Partnership LLP has joined the Amrop Partnership SCRL. The move will allow Amrop to deliver and develop UK-based executive search expertise to its local
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Court upholds British challenge to ECB policy on clearing houses
Reuters - 4 Hours ago
(Reuters) - The European Union's second-highest court has ruled the European Central Bank (ECB) was wrong to insist that euro clearing houses should be based in the single currency area, a policy Britain
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Serbia, IMF agree on 15 pct electricity price hike in 2015
Reuters Africa - 5 Hours ago
KOPAONIK, Serbia, March 4 (Reuters) - Serbia agreed with the International Monetary Fund that it would raise electricity prices this year by 15 percent, Daehaeng Kim, the IMF representative there said
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DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation Successfully Receives CMMI For Development Maturity
BusinessWeek - 4 Hours ago
Your requested update has been submitted Our data partners will research the update request and update the information on this page if necessary. Research and follow-up could take several weeks. If
Bargainista: Mall anchor stores not concerned about upcoming foreclosure sale [Treasure Bloomberg
ERI CEO Calls Mishandled E-Waste a Threat to National Security, Cites Medium.com Bloomberg
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UPDATE 1-UK living standards lag 2010 levels as election nears - think tank
Reuters - 5 Hours ago
* IFS says UK living standards have declined since 2010 * Living standards in close focus before May 7 election * No one party to blame for lower living standards - IFS * Osborne: UK in "fundamentally
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Britain discussed RWE-Fridman deal at National Security Council - source
Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland - 5 Hours ago
The British government discussed the sale of German utility RWE's (RWEG.DE) oil and gas production unit to Russian tycoon Mikhail Fridman at its National Security Council in recent weeks, a government
Britain discussed RWE-Fridman deal at National Security Council - source (Reuters) Yahoo! News Australia
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Spain Urged to 'Learn from Korea'
Digital Chosun - 15 Hours ago
The Spanish daily El País is a recent column urged Spain to learn from Korea. In a column, Javier Santiso of the prestigious ESADE Business School said Spain should pay attention to Korea, which overcame
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Italy adopts plans to shift into Internet fast lane
MSN Philippines - 16 Hours ago
Italy's government adopted a six-billion-euro plan Tuesday to modernise its Internet network and improve access to broadband in hopes of shedding its reputation as one of Europe's online laggards.
Italy adopts plans to shift into Internet fast lane (AFP) Yahoo!Xtra
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PRESS DIGEST- British Business - March 4
Reuters Africa - 16 Hours ago
March 4 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. The
REUTERS - PRESS DIGEST- British Business - March 4 Namibia Press Agency
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PRESS DIGEST- British Business - March 4
Reuters - 16 Hours ago
(Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. The Times 'LETHAL MIX' OF
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Watch: Finland Claims World's Tallest Burger
ABC News - 16 Hours ago
The 16-foot tower of burgers built at Mehilais Pesa restaurant weighed 220 pounds. World News Videos | US News Videos Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}} Coming up next: {{nextVideo.title}}
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Opening statements made in Geneva murder trial
Chicago Tribune - 16 Hours ago
Details about the hours leading up to Geneva mother Kathleen King's death began to trickle out Tuesday inside a Kane County courtroom during opening statements of Shadwick King's murder trial. King,
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British Real Estate Is Safe Haven for Dirty Money, Report Says
Bloomberg - 16 Hours ago
(Bloomberg) -- Foreign companies that buy property in the U.K. should have to disclose who their real owners are to minimize the risk that dirty money is used for the purchase, according to a report from
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Corruption watchdog urges UK to curb hot-money flows into property
Reuters UK - 17 Hours ago
LONDON, March 4 (Reuters) - Nearly 200 million pounds ($307 million) of money believed to be the proceeds of foreign corruption has been spent on British properties since 2004 and that amount is probably
Corruption watchdog urges UK to curb hot-money flowing into property TheStar.com.my
Corruption watchdog urges UK to curb hot-money flows into property (Reuters) West Australian
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Britain agrees sale of Eurostar stake to UK, Canadian funds
Reuters UK - 17 Hours ago
LONDON, March 4 (Reuters) - Britain agreed to sell its 40 percent stake in the Eurostar rail link for 585 million pounds ($899.79 million) to a consortium comprising the Canadian public pension fund Caisse
Britain agrees sale of Eurostar stake to UK, Canadian funds (Reuters) West Australian
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British shop price decline steepens in February - BRC
Reuters UK - 17 Hours ago
LONDON, March 4 (Reuters) - Prices in British shops fell at a faster pace in February as tough competition drove down clothing and furniture costs, while food prices fell for a second month in a row,
British Shop Prices Drop In February Malaysian Digest
British shop price decline steepens in February - BRC (Reuters) Yahoo!Xtra
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Ex-teacher: 'Jihadi John' was 'bullied'
CNN - 17 Hours ago
Story highlights Mohammed Emwazi's ex-head teacher says he was a quiet boy, slightly bullied at school She says there was no sign during his school years that he was turning to radical Islam Advocacy
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