Business

  • 09.08.2022
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The great European energy crisis is now coming for your food

At the 240,000-square-foot Brioche Pasquier plant, located about an hour's drive from London, every roll that comes out of giant gas furnaces now costs at least 50% more.

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  • 06.08.2022
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Silicon Valley is betting on new transportation to counter the rise of remote work

Google expands in San Jose as initiatives target transportation and housing

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  • 05.08.2022
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WeWork Inc. launches its application after entering the stock exchange

WeWork Inc. hopes to boost its falling share price by joining a growing number of tech companies selling apps, data tools and other software to landlords and office tenants trying to adapt...

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  • 02.08.2022
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Blackstone is betting on a global travel boom with an Australian resort offering

As Covid-19 cases have declined and international air travel has increased, some resorts are benefiting.

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  • 01.08.2022
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European industry is increasingly worried about its prospects

Producers across the eurozone are increasingly worried about the economic outlook.

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  • 28.07.2022
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German electric car maker e.Go to go public through Athena SPAC

Next.e.GO Mobile SE, a German maker of compact electric vehicles, is going public through a merger with a blank check firm to create a $913 million company, including debt, according to peo...

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  • 26.07.2022
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British satellite operator OneWeb announced a merger with Eutelsat

The deal will create a pan-European competitor to Starlink Musk. The UK will retain a stake in the deal, estimated by OneWeb at more than $ 3 billion

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  • 24.07.2022
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Diess' reign at Volkswagen: efficient, capricious and never boring

Diess' reign at Volkswagen: efficient, capricious and never boring

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  • 23.07.2022
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Lab-grown wildebeest will appear on the menu as the market for cultured meat grows

Lab-grown wildebeest will appear on the menu as the market for cultured meat grows

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  • 19.07.2022
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France proposes to pay $ 9.9 billion for the nationalization of EDF

The government will offer investors 12 euros per share EDF's problems exacerbate Europe's energy crisis The French government has offered to pay about 9.7 billion euros ($9.9 billion) for...

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  • 16.07.2022
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Tech giants Meta Platforms Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. are scaling back a planned expansion of new York offices.

Meta stops expansion on Broadway 770 near Astor Place Amazon Cuts Its Plans for Hudson Yards Office Space Facebook's parent company Meta has decided not to occupy an additional 300,000 sq...

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  • 15.07.2022
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Aston plans to raise £653 million with Saudi investment

PIF will become shareholder No. 2 after the Stroll consortium The board of directors of the automaker rejected the proposal of PE and Geely Aston Martin intends to issue 23.3 million new...

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  • 14.07.2022
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The foreign exchange market is focused on the supply of Russian gas more than the ECB

The ECB is expected to raise the rate on July 21, when the repair of the pipeline is completed. The planned reopening of Russia's key gas pipeline next week could be a bigger deal for the...

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  • 13.07.2022
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A surge in doctor visits has led to an unexpected jump in the UK's economic growth.

UK GDP exceeded expectations with growth of 0.5% in May A surge in doctor visits and holiday bookings led to an unexpected jump in UK economic growth in May, offsetting continued weakness...

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  • 12.07.2022
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 EDF shares jumped amid news that France will pay 8 billion euros for the nationalization of the company

In the midst of Europe's worst energy crisis in a generation, France wants to return a debt-ridden utility company to full state ownership to control household electricity bills, while maki...

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  • 11.07.2022
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Inflation makes the English breakfast even more expensive

Cooking English breakfasts is around 18% more expensive than it was a year ago, another indicator of how the cost-of-living crisis is squeezing UK household budgets. Buying roast items – t...

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  • 10.07.2022
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How to Navigate europe's tourism chaos this summer

Like tens of thousands of pieces of luggage stuck at European airports, flight cancellations piled up again this week. In the UK, British Airways has announced that another 10,300 flights s...

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  • 07.07.2022
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Telecom Italia is looking for an upgrade with a multi-billion dollar spin-off

Telecom Italia SpA aims to accelerate the turnaround plan with an asset allocation plan that would cause the former telephone monopolist to relinquish control of its most valuable part, the...

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  • 06.07.2022
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German factory orders unexpectedly rise amid deteriorating prospects

German manufacturing orders rose unexpectedly in May, even as global momentum has been weighed down by rampant inflation and uncertainty caused by Russia's war in Ukraine.  Demand increase...

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  • 05.07.2022
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European natural gas prices rise to their highest level amid persistent supply problems and energy crisis

European natural gas prices have risen to their highest level in nearly four months amid persistent supply problems amid the worst energy crisis in decades.  Benchmark futures jumped as mu...

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