Out 31, 2016
Wigan to London in 1hr 22mins
The arrival of high speed rail will be a "watershed" moment for Wigan and its economy, a new report released today claims.
Out 28, 2016
French Stop-Start Recovery Can't Compete With Spanish Growth
French growth rebounded in the third quarter as part of a start-stop expansion that leaves Europe's second-largest economy lagging its neighbors such as Spain.
Out 27, 2016
Deutsche Bank posts surprise profit despite threat of $14bn fine
The troubled German lender Deutsche Bank has unexpectedly returned to profit in the third quarter, beating analysts' estimates and helping to alleviate concerns over its litigation issues.
Out 26, 2016
Gestos que Mudam o Mundo
A TENA, marca da SCA, empresa sueca líder em produtos de higiene, realizou, no dia 20 de Outubro, a cerimónia de entrega dos prémios da II edição do Concurso TENA: "Paixão de Cuidar – Gestos que Mudam o Mundo", no Oceanário...
Out 25, 2016
Is Twitter in trouble? Social network could be about to cut 300 JOBS.
The firm could slash its workforce by as much as eight percent this week. Bloomberg reports that it will make an announcement on Thursday. Twitter's plan to sell itself was left in tatters earlier this month as the last...
Out 24, 2016
Hanjin shares dive on plans to row back European business
A Hanjin cargo ship in California. The global shipping giant is the first casualty of a global downturn in the market
Out 19, 2016
China's economy grows at 6.7% but experts warn of 'unsustainable' bubble
'Amazing what a housing bubble and crazy debt increases can achieve," says Michael Every, head of financial markets research at Rabobank in Hong Kong
Out 18, 2016
Oil ends lower on U.S. trade spike; shale decline limits losses
Trades in U.S. crude futures contracts soared to 12,932 barrels during the minute of 9:35 a.m. EDT (1335 GMT), the highest since Oct. 13, as traders sold off contracts ahead of their Oct. 20 expiry date.