Public interest in former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe's commemoration service was decidedly modest, reports John Sparks.
Oct.15 -- Franklin Templeton’s flagship Global Bond Fund lost $3 billion in the third quarter as two of its biggest investments soured. Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz reports on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Oct.15 -- Ivy Ross, Google Products VP of Design talks with Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs about the launch of the new Pixel 4, Google's philosophy in product design and Sustainability Initiatives.
Italian loss-making airline Alitalia said on Tuesday it won a commitment from toll-road operator Atlantia and state railways Ferrovie dello Stato (FS) to come to its rescue provided a number of conditions were met. Several hurdles still must be overcome before the third turnaround attempt in Alitalia
Oct.15 -- Peter Grosskopf, Sprott Inc. chief executive officer, discusses the outlook for gold and the economy with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Amanda Lang on "Bloomberg Markets."
‘Welfare robots’ | Privacy | Rugby | Norfolk Park in Sheffield | Sport and winning. Ed Pilkington’s reference to a “21st-century Dickensian dystopia” ( The worldwide tech revolution digitising welfare systems and punishing the most vulnerable, 15 October) is spot-on. How prescient was Dickens’s depiction
Those in charge should have known that external events regularly detail the best-laid plans in the tourism business. Photograph: David Arquimbau Sintes/EPATwo hours of testimony from the failed bosses of Thomas Cook confirmed what we had suspected: the level of delusion in the boardroom was spectacular.On
The 'highly painful' decision comes less than 12 hours after Woodford was fired from the flagship fund bearing his name.
Oct.15 -- Rick Osterloh, Google senior vice president of devices and services, discusses Google's next generation products with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Balance of Power."
Thomas Cook investors pulled out of a rescue plan after the government rejected a £200m loan to underpin the deal. Photograph: Thomas Cook/PAThe prime minister’s office was aware of a financial rescue plan that could have saved Thomas Cook but “didn’t want to set a precedent” by lending the company money
Shares of BofA were up 3% after the report came out. Berkshire, which has a 9.96% stake in BofA, filed an application with the Fed in recent weeks making a variety of assurances that it will passively invest in the bank, the report said https://bloom.bg/2ISBQEW citing a copy of the application provided
Adam Neumann, the founder of WeWork. A planned share sale was pulled after investors balked at its huge losses. Photograph: VCG/Visual China Group via Getty ImagesGoldman Sachs has so far lost $80m on its investment in WeWork, the troubled office rentals group, the bank said on Tuesday. The loss contributed
China's Huawei [HWT.UL] may be facing closer official scrutiny in Europe amid U.S. allegations that it poses a security threat, but mobile operators in the region are still queuing up to buy its gear for their next-generation 5G networks. Of 65 commercial deals that Huawei has signed, half are with
CWU said more than 97% of a ballot of roughly 110,000 British postal workers were in favour of going on strike. Some 76% of its members working in Royal Mail voted in the ballot, the union said https://www.cwu.org/press_release/postal-workers-deliver-record-yes-vote-for-national-strike-action. "
Britain will wait until early next year before implementing root-and-branch reform of auditing, a government minister said on Tuesday, dismissing claims of "drift". The first from John Kingman proposed a new accounting regulator to replace the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) that currently
Mark Carney says capital markets are financing projects likely to fuel a catastrophic rise in global heating. The governor of the Bank of England has warned that the global financial system is backing carbon-producing projects that will raise the temperature of the planet by over 4C – more than double
PARIS/VIENNA (Reuters) - Pratt & Whitney recommended checks on engines on Airbus A220 aircraft and some Embraer jets after a Geneva-bound Swiss jet diverted to Paris with an engine problem, prompting the grounding of the rest of the airline's A220 fleet. Swiss, owned by Germany's Lufthansa
The company, which produces digital visual effects and has worked on the Harry Potter films and the Avenger series, said on Tuesday it would publish a registration document with Britain's regulators for an initial public offering (IPO) in London.
Google has unveiled a new smartphone that can be controlled by moving hands in mid-air as the search giant presents its latest alternative to Apple’s iPhone.