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Where are the mothers?

“We’re having a bit of a baby boom,” says Lauren Williams, executive editor of Vox.com and the mother of an 18-month-old. When the news startup began in 2014, there wasn’t a single parent..
NiemanLab

When dividends can be harmful to a company’s health

when dividends can be harmful to a company’s health
Pearson’s self-declared ambition to be seen as “the world’s learning company” came a little more into focus this month as the former FT owner offloaded a 22% stake in Penguin Random House..
City A.M.

Arsenal signs Alibaba deal with BNN to cater for Chinese footie fans

arsenal signs alibaba deal with bnn to cater for chinese footie fans
The London-listed company BNN Technology has signed a deal to bring Arsenal Football Club merchandise to football-mad consumers in the Chinese market. BNN will run an online store..
City A.M.

Here's a look inside Crossrail stations taking shape for the Elizabeth Line

here's a look inside crossrail stations taking shape for the elizabeth line
The first Elizabeth Line train may have entered passenger service last month, but there's still a whole host of work going on to complete the mammoth Crossrail project before it's fully open. And..
City A.M.

Metro Bank's shares are flying after its £278m capital raise

metro bank's shares are flying after its £278m capital raise
Metro Bank’s share price leapt up six per cent today after the challenger completed a £278m capital raise and laid out its half-year results. The lender said the “significantly..
City A.M.

Why run-chase struggles haunt England ahead of third Test

why run-chase struggles haunt england ahead of third test
After South Africa raced into a 474 run lead in the second Test against England last week, the likelihood of victory for the home side was always somewhere between extremely doubtful and..
City A.M.

Tullow Oil swings to a loss in the first half as weak oil prices bite

tullow oil swings to a loss in the first half as weak oil prices bite
Shares in Tullow Oil rose as much as 10 per cent today as the company reduced debt and freed up cash despite a drop in profit in the first half. *The figures* The Africa-focused oil and gas..
City A.M.

The Chinese Dragon Breathing Down India's Chicken Neck

Worldcrunch.com / WORLDCRUNCH Just a passing glance at a map of Asia, and you can't miss the contours of the more than 4,000-kilometer-long border between India and China, the world’s two most..
Worldcrunch

Boeing raises its full-year earnings forecast after profits top expectation

boeing raises its full-year earnings forecast after profits top expectation
Boeing has flown to a quarterly profit and bumped up its full-year earnings outlook as a result.  *Read more*: Monarch snaps up 15 Boeing 737 Max 8s in plans to overhaul fleet *The..
City A.M.

The US will not 'accept or allow' transgender people to serve in military

the us will not 'accept or allow' transgender people to serve in military
The US government will not accept or allow transgender people to serve in "any capacity in the US military", Donald Trump tweeted today.  The Pentagon lifted a long-standing ban on transgender men..
City A.M.

Endless buys struggling luggage brand Antler from private equity firm LDC

endless buys struggling luggage brand antler from private equity firm ldc
Private equity house Endless, which specialises in moving businesses on after a challenging period, has bought struggling luggage retailer Antler from fellow firm LDC. Since LDC invested in the..
City A.M.

Father Hamel, A Sole French Terror Victim Worth Remembering

Worldcrunch.com / WORLDCRUNCH -Analysis- *PARIS* — The nation of France has become a new sort of Ground Zero for Islamic terrorism's attack on the West. Over the past 30 months, images have..
Worldcrunch

Why Brent Cross owner Hammerson still has confidence in UK retail

why brent cross owner hammerson still has confidence in uk retail
Record leasing activity helped retail property firm Hammerson increase profits in the first half despite a weaker shopping landscape. The company said retailers still want prime locations to tie in..
City A.M.

GSK moves to streamline drug research and boost its core pharma division

gsk moves to streamline drug research and boost its core pharma division
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) narrowed its losses in the second quarter as it works to streamline drug research. *The figures* The pharmaceuticals giant revealed a loss before tax of *£178m* in the..
City A.M.

British housing market slows as mortgage approvals sag to nine-month low

british housing market slows as mortgage approvals sag to nine-month low
The British mortgage market fell to its weakest in nine months in June, with approvals for house purchases now 9.3 per cent lower than their peak in January. The number of house purchase mortgage..
City A.M.

The £130m Gospel Oak upgrade won't be finished until next year after delays

the £130m gospel oak upgrade won't be finished until next year after delays
The £130m upgrade of the Gospel Oak to Barking line on the London Overground that was due to be finished last month won't be finished until January next year, Network Rail announced..
City A.M.

Schuh celebrates profit rise as it expands its retail footprint

Schuh celebrated a rise in profit last year as the shoe seller continued to expand its store portfolio. *The figures* For the year ended 28 January, Schuh's turnover grew five per cent, from..
City A.M.

There are get-fit-quick shortcuts, but be prepared for some hard work

there are get-fit-quick shortcuts, but be prepared for some hard work
We see “before and after” photos all over the internet and in magazines, and many of us think, “Is this even possible? Are these photoshopped? Is that even the same person?” Some of the..
City A.M.

How Marston's is trying to keep the price of a pint of beer down

The boss of Marston's Pubs has said the chain will need to see consistent sales growth to keep up with rising costs. On a call with City A.M., chief executive Ralph Findlay said that the group was..
City A.M.

Here's which train company was the most complained about last year

here's which train company was the most complained about last year
The number of complaints made by rail passengers rose eight per cent to top 500,000 in the past year, according to research published today by the Office of Rail and Road (ORR). The independent..
City A.M.


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