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USA tops list of global trade targets for UK businesses

‘They have to pay’: EU’s Juncker warns UK over Brexit negotiations Reuters Despite current economic uncertainty, almost four in 10 UK businesses currently trading internationally plan to increase their volume of trade over the next 12 months, new research has found. According to data compiled by Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) on behalf of American Express, 39% of UK companies that are currently trading abroad plan to increase their volume of trade over the next 12 months, while…

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Welsh Government | Welsh businesses on course to benefit from Heathrow development as expansion programme gathers pace

The Cabinet Secretary has announced that Wales will host a second Heathrow Business summit next year to ensure that Welsh companies are well positioned to secure contracts associated with the new  runway’s construction.  And he has also  warmly welcomed news that seven Welsh Government promoted sites located in Cardiff, Deeside, Newport, Ebbw Vale and Bridgend are still in the running to be Heathrow logistic hubs.  Once selected, the four logistic hubs positioned across the UK will be the location for…

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AdQuick Founder Leans on Lessons From UVA Darden to Disrupt Billboard Industry

 Newswise — AdQuick Co-founder and CEO Matt O’Connor (MBA ’13) came to the University of Virginia Darden School of Business to learn how to make his entrepreneurial vision into a reality. Things didn’t work out as planned. O’Connor’s plans for Footprint Free, a business combining elements of a Zagat-esque rating service with steps to help small businesses lessen their carbon footprint, never became a viable business, although a summer spent in the Darden Business Incubator (now known as the i.Lab Incubator) sharpened his approach…

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Takeovers Roar to Life as Companies Hear Footsteps From Tech Giants

Takeovers Roar to Life as Companies Hear Footsteps From Tech Giants – WSJ Corporate deals hit a near-record $200 billion this month as CEOs battle Amazon, Facebook, Google and others Updated Nov. 20, 2017 5:20 p.m. ET Investment bankers have gotten used to being asked by worried retail-industry chief executives to pitch takeover ideas aimed at fending off Amazon.com Inc. Now the fear has spread to media, health care and many other sectors, where CEOs dread the breathtaking competitive advancements…

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Will your taxes go up or down? The five biggest questions on the GOP plan

Republican members of Congress congratulated one another and President Trump for passing the House GOP’s tax bill on Nov. 16. Before the bill can go to President Trump’s desk, the Senate and the House must pass the same bill. (Jenny Starrs/The Washington Post) The No. 1 question I get from readers lately is: How likely is the Republican tax plan to become law? Compass Point, a research firm, puts the odds of the tax-cut bill making it to President Trump’s desk…

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Show ‘mercy’ on rule breakers at traffic stops: Pope Francis

Pope Francis has called on police to show “mercy” during traffic stops while standing firm against those who use the streets as their own Formula 1 race track. Meeting with representatives of the Italian traffic and railway police, the Argentine-born pontiff yesterday spoke of an “increasingly complex and tumultuous” reality on the roads. “We must take into account the limited sense of responsibility of many drivers, who often do not seem to realise the serious…

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Bristol’s housing crisis: ‘The idea you would own a home is ridiculous’ | Business

Bristol’s economy has flourished in recent years, fuelled in part by its proximity to the capital’s booming economy and overheating housing market. The west of England, and the city of Brunel and Banksy, is an increasingly expensive place to live with the highest private sector rental costs outside London, according to the Resolution Foundation thinktank. Bristol’s burgeoning youth population is bearing the brunt, in a part of the world known not just for its heritage as a cornerstone of the…

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University support staff launch landmark case over pay and conditions | Business

About 75 university support staff are launching a legal challenge over pay and conditions in a landmark case that could improve rights for agency workers. The receptionists, security officers, postroom staff and porters working at the University of London are employed through facilities management company Cordant Security, but are seeking the right to agree their pay and conditions with the university. Papers for the case, which is backed by gig economy union the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain, and…

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US charges ex-HK official with Africa corruption

November 21, 2017 Don Weinland and Hudson Lockett in Hong Kong Listen to this article Play audio for this article Pause This is an experimental feature. Give us your feedback. Thank you for your feedback. What do you think? I‘ll use it in the future I don‘t think I‘ll use it Please tell us why (optional) Send Feedback A former Hong Kong government official has been arrested in the US on charges of participating in a “multi-year, multimillion-dollar scheme” to…

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CamFed continues to change lives in Africa

November 21, 2017 Andrew Jack in London Listen to this article Play audio for this article Pause This is an experimental feature. Give us your feedback. Thank you for your feedback. What do you think? I‘ll use it in the future I don‘t think I‘ll use it Please tell us why (optional) Send Feedback Alice Saisha, the youngest of 10 children brought up by a poor single mother in rural Zambia, appeared to have little choice. Without the money to…

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Toronto stock index makes meagre gain, as energy and gold sectors weigh – Canadian Business

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Wirtz’s Breakthru Beverage, Republic form $12B liquor distributor – Consumer News

Breakthru Beverage Group, the liquor wholesale company co-owned by the Wirtz family, said today it will merge with Republic National Distribution of Grand Prairie, Texas, to create the country’s second-largest liquor distributor. Rocky Wirtz, co-chairman of the board at Breakthru, will be a board member of the new company. His son Danny, Breakthru’s vice chairman, will become the chief growth and strategy officer of the new business and will also serve on the board. Republic National Distribution, currently the nation’s…

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Illinois to stay in controversial voter database for now – Government News

(AP)—Illinois election officials have decided the state will remain in a multi-state voter registration database that critics claim is inaccurate and could lead to security breaches. The motion to withdraw from the Kansas-run Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program failed on Monday after the State Board of Elections voted 4-4 in a party-line vote, according to the Chicago Tribune. Five votes were needed for it to pass. However, the issue could come before the Illinois board again or through the Legislature,…

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Is Samsung set to unveil first foldable smartphone?

Samsung has long been rumoured to be developing a radical folding phone – and it could soon see the light of day, it has been claimed. A support page for the handset has been spotted online weeks after if was certified by Korean authorities. It is believed the handset could be unveiled at the CES show in Las Vegas in January, according to the Daily Mail. The handset has the model number SM-G888N0 – with the NO signifying it will…

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World’s first man-made meteor shower is going to happen

Meteor showers are an awe-inspiring sight, and skywatchers often plan well in advance for their shot at spotting shooting stars as they rain down from the heavens. The rare events have, up until now, been a totally natural phenomenon, but one company is planning on turning on-demand meteor showers into big business, and it’s scheduled its first man-made shooting star showcase for early 2019. The company, called ALE, has created a spectacle it calls Sky Canvas, and it’s as close…

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Monmouthshire Building Society appoints chief operating officer

Dawn Gunter has joined Newport-based Monmouthshire Building Society as chief operating officer. With the society undergoing a re-branding process, Dawn is keen to ensure the brand shines a positive light onto it. She is excited to return to South Wales and oversee the growth of the society, working with colleague’s who share a genuine passion to see MBS succeed for a further 148 years. Dawn’s primary function is to secure growth through the society’s products and services for both existing…

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