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'It will not have a big impact that the UK will have left the European Union in some days,' Olaf Scholz said during a panel at Davos.
The world cannot allow companies to encourage plastic production in order to make up for lost revenue, the former US vice-president said.
The proportion of young people aged 25 to 34 who own their own home in England has risen for the first time in over a decade, according to new figures.
'We’re not going to take a company public unless there’s at least one diverse board candidate with a focus on women,' CEO David Solomon said during a TV interview.
Staff at HS2 are now under 'considerable pressure' as costs spiral, with another highly critical review highlighting failures by government.
Plastic wrapping will be scrapped from all all tinned food in a move the supermarket says will save 350 million tonnes of plastic a year.
Stock markets across Europe bounced back despite the widening quarantine in China over the coronavirus and the rising death toll.
The Competition and Markets Authority said that it was investigating whether there could be a competition issue with the deal.
Research shows that women, in particular, encounter extra hurdles when it comes to getting hold of money for their start-ups.
Business groups wrote an open letter to home secretary Priti Patel on Friday calling for a 'fair and sustainable immigration' system.
A senior figure at S&P Global said firms increasingly risked credit downgrades if they failed to take cyber-security seriously.
'These are transformative processes of historic nature ... and we will all have to change,' German chancellor tells her Davos audience.
US Federal Trade Commissioner Rohit Chopra said moderators had 'almost an 'impossible job' and tech firms' business models could be the problem.