Business

  • 15.09.2022
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What are you doing with your RV in the offseason?

Gary Wojtaszek's new business, RecNation, provides storage services for recreational vehicles, boats and other leisure equipment

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  • 15.09.2022
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Adobe will buy online design startup Figma for $ 20 billion

Adobe Inc. is approaching a deal to acquire Figma, a startup that makes collaboration tools in the field of online design, people familiar with the matter said.

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  • 10.09.2022
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To combat the gas crisis, Germany offers a new plan for cheap transit

The proposed replacement for the popular summer train ticket deal would cost more than €9, but could offer a longer incentive to choose transit over driving.

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  • 08.09.2022
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Porsche family seeks iPO buyout after tearful defeat

More than a decade after Porsche's billionaire clan said goodbye to their crown jewel, the family is set to regain a more direct influence over the sports car maker.

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  • 05.09.2022
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Clubs and bars are popping up all over Manhattan, providing an alternative social hub and jobs.

Amenities range from bars and workspaces to restaurants and spas, and many places have long waiting lists.

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  • 30.08.2022
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New York Restaurant Chain Cashes in on Office Crowd

Nye's Middle Eastern food is boosting more business than before the pandemic, with steady sales on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

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  • 28.08.2022
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A "significant" increase in interest rates is necessary in September

The European Central Bank must act decisively to contain record inflation and maintain expectations of future price increases, as a weak euro exacerbates the rise in energy prices, said Boa...

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  • 27.08.2022
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Trafigura sells Russian fuel to Ecuador as EU ban approaches

Deal shows how Russian fuel is circulating despite calls for a boycott

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  • 24.08.2022
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The fall of the euro below the parity of the dollar brings little joy to business

Eurozone businesses have been waiting for years, wanting a weaker euro. Now it has happened, but at the most inopportune time.

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  • 21.08.2022
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McLaren's new $3.6 million hypercar is based on a video game

With seats for one, the Solus GT is like a wave on wheels.

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  • 18.08.2022
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Premier League revenue closes £6 billion

English Premier League revenues are expected to exceed £6bn this season for the first time, quickly ahead of their European rivals.

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  • 15.08.2022
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Russia shuts down enemies, rewards friends in the latest market reset

Nearly six months after Russia was evicted from much of the world's finances by invading Ukraine, it is going itself, developing a two-tier system divorced from adversaries.

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  • 14.08.2022
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Crypto-Reddit mobilizes after being hit by bankruptcies

Lenders Celsius and Voyager Digital are joining forces online. Such mass legal campaigns are seen by some as a growing trend.

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  • 11.08.2022
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Siemens believes buoyant demand persists due to supply and cost pressures

Siemens AG said strong orders from all markets will continue in the coming months, helping the company combat rising inflation and supply chain issues that are weighing on profitability.

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  • 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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