What will happen to UK science after Brexit? | FT

What will happen to UK science after Brexit? | FT

British bioscientists are tackling some of the biggest challenges facing the planet. How to make clean energy, how to develop the next generation of medicines, and how to prevent disease. But some on the front line are worried about the future of their research, especially after Brexit. I think it’s no secret that universities are […]

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City of Malaga offers ‘the benefits of a modern city, but not the headaches’ | The New Economy

The New Economy: Malaga – Spain’s sixth-largest city – has been transforming itself into an innovative smart city. Home to one of the region’s most important technology parks, the opportunities for innovation and – of course – beautiful Mediterranean climate, have attracted people from over 150 different countries to make Malaga their home. Joining me […]

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LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX

LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX

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Money Minute: Tuesday 17 December

Money Minute: Tuesday 17 December

Good morning and welcome to Money Minute, where we preview the day’s biggest financial stories. In the UK this morning, we get the latest employment figures for the three months through October. Unemployment remains extremely low at just 3.8%. However, there have been tentative signs in recent months that demand for staff is easing off. […]

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06.12 .2019:  USD perks up amid robust employment (USDX, USD/CAD)

06.12 .2019: USD perks up amid robust employment (USDX, USD/CAD)

The US Department of Labor released nonfarm payrolls which surprised both pessimistic and optimistic analysts. The labor market revealed much stronger employment than expected. Most market participants were braced for weak hiring in November, bearing in mind downbeat data from the ADP payroll processor posted on Wednesday. However, the government data revealed surprisingly strong employment […]

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2015 Annual Law firms’ survey

2015 Annual Law firms’ survey

Our 2015 Law Firm Survey shows a recovering UK market, with 82% of firms reporting UK fee income growth that’s higher than at any time since 2008, and many with double digit growth. But it’s been a more challenging year for larger international firms, with the strength of sterling against the euro taking its toll […]

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