GENEVA (Reuters) – Failure to strike a trade deal with the European Union by a two-year deadline would force Britain to adopt World Trade Organization arrangements, bringing with it a host of new negotiations and complications.
Otto Group saw its revenue increase by 5 percent and once again ecommerce was the growth driver for the international retail and services group. Online sales increased by just under 10 percent and was worth almost 7 billion euros last year. Otto Group shared the preliminary figures for the 2016/2017 Continue reading
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – A U.S. stock rally fueled by optimism President Donald Trump will boost the economy may be near its peak, according to a Reuters poll of strategists who forecast U.S. shares will gain less than 3 percent between now and year-end.
When the Chinese president visits Trump, the politicians should make an announcement on North Korea. But they may not.
One ECB source said the bank has been overinterpreted by markets at its March 9 meeting.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – One of the Federal Reserve’s most consistent supporters of low interest rates on Wednesday said he is with the majority of his colleagues in supporting further rate hikes this year, given progress on the U.S. central bank’s goals …
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Britain’s former Deputy Prime Minister argued there was “absolutely no way” the U.K. could secure a deal with the EU in two-year talks.
Britain’s economy has been significantly shaped by membership in the EU, its main trading partner, NYT reports.
The European Union is saddened that the U.K. is preparing to leave the Union after more than forty years of marriage.
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This is the letter British Prime Minister May sent to the president of the European Council declaring the U.K.’s intention to leave the EU.
Britain’s ambassador to the European Union (EU) has handed the official letter triggering Article 50 to Donald Tusk, president of the European Council.
Tech visionary Elon Musk has launched a startup, Neuralink, dedicated to developing technology that will connect human brains directly to a computer. This venture is in its very early stages, Musk confirmed. Neuralink, which Musk is funding privately, is a medical research firm that aims to develop “neural lace” — a technology that could allow the implanting of small electrodes into the brain.
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BERLIN (Reuters) – Volkswagen has filed a legal complaint with a Munich court against the searches carried out by German prosecutors against the law firm it hired to investigate its emissions scandal, a spokesman said.
Unilever spends €7.7bn on marketing and it is Keith Weed’s job to ensure 2.5 billion people a day to use its products
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – A push by the European Medicines Agency to speed up the approval of new drugs that show promise is running into resistance from some of the national agencies that will ultimately decide whether the medicines are worth buying.
Brewing powerhouse AB InBev has committed to secure all of its purchased electricity from renewable sources by 2025.
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The tone between both sides of the English Channel has been alarming over the last few months, a lawmaker say.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – When WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange disclosed earlier this month that his anti-secrecy group had obtained CIA tools for hacking into technology products made by U.S. companies, security engineers at Cisco Systems swung into…
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Banks seeking to leave London because of Brexit are already holding talks about moving to Frankfurt but they will not be offered any special exemption from the regulations, a senior board member of Germany’s central bank told Reut…
UK Prime Minister Theresa May addresses Parliament about the triggering of Article 50.