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Voters and businesses weigh in on Britain's post-election challenges

bbc.com — For Talking Business, I went around central London and spoke to UK voters about whether they had concerns about the economy. Along with the NHS, taxes and housing were the issues that were mentioned most frequently.

Voters and businesses weigh in on Britain's post-election challenges

bbc.co.uk — For Talking Business, I went around central London and spoke to UK voters about whether they had concerns about the economy. Along with the NHS, taxes and housing were the issues that were mentioned most frequently.

Raising wages, raising growth?

bbc.co.uk — We have the first indications of where economic growth is headed in the second quarter for major economies, such as the UK. And, the initial signs are worrying as to whether there will be a growth pick-up. Today's UK PMI releases paint a weak global picture for April.

Light at the end of the tunnel for Shell?

bbc.co.uk — Is there light at the end of the tunnel for Shell? That is what the Anglo-Dutch oil giant would want to see as its first quarter profits fell by a notable 56% to $3.2bn. The $7.3bn earned in the same quarter a year ago seems a distant memory, which was before the big oil plunge that began last summer.

US growth: First casualty of a strong dollar

bbc.co.uk — The latest GDP figures for the US shows the economy has virtually ground to a halt as first quarter growth was just 0.2%. That's 0.2% growth, on an annualised basis, so that means that there was negligible growth in the first three months of the year relative to the previous quarter.

What Apple and Standard Chartered have in common

bbc.co.uk — What do two big American and European multinational corporations have in common? Not much on the surface when comparing consumer giant Apple to the FTSE-listed Standard Chartered bank. However, both have been significantly affected by emerging markets in their first-quarter earnings. And how they've been affected is revealing of the way emerging economies have matured, particularly in Asia.

Why trade tops the agenda as Abe meets Obama

bbc.co.uk — Could the biggest free trade area in the world be announced this week? Well, that's the ambition that sits at the top of the agenda as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe undertakes a week-long trip to Washington, though a final announcement is unlikely to be this week.

America's place in a multi-polar world

bbc.com — At a global conference a few years ago, former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers revealed that Americans would really prefer to be the G1. Not the G7 grouping of the biggest economies, or even the G3, but the G1 - where America would be the sole decision-maker.

America's place in a multi-polar world

bbc.co.uk — At a global conference a few years ago, former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers revealed that Americans would really prefer to be the G1. Not the G7 grouping of the biggest economies, or even the G3, but the G1 - where America would be the sole decision-maker.

The Great Unbundling: Google, Uber, HBO as the “disrupters”

bbc.com — Google and Uber are the latest tech companies to disrupt how services are provided. "Unbundling" describes how mobile technologies and social media are affecting the products offered by traditional businesses. Google's "Project Fi" is offering mobile phone services on its Nexus phones.
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May 26, 2015

Study finds a strong connection between lack of sleep & lower work productivity; rec sleep at least 7 hours per night on.ft.com/1LC103d

May 26, 2015

US 3rd largest cable operator merging with its larger rival in stock & cash deal #megadeal twitter.com/WSJbreakingnew…

May 26, 2015

@VodafoneUKdeals Great to hear. So, please make publicly & widely available your email so that customers can easily send in their feedback.

May 26, 2015

@VodafoneUKhelp Sorry but that misses the point, and it's disappointing that you won't embrace feedback to improve your customer service.

May 25, 2015

@msnbc: 61% of U.S. employees plan to work during their summer vacation: on.msnbc.com/1JElZEf pic.twitter.com/fvl4ZH7WhT” wonder about actual

May 25, 2015

Fed Vice Chairman Stan Fischer says Fed economists expect the interest rate to reach from 3.25% to 4% in 3 to 4 years blogs.wsj.com/economics/2015…

May 25, 2015

@VodafoneUKhelp If you truly want to improve, you should make your email for feedback widely available ¬ require a code to fill in a form

May 25, 2015

@VodafoneUK Customer service? "Your approximate wait time is 36 minute(s) and 49 seconds. . We’re looking forward to assisting you today. "

May 25, 2015

How to create an international financial centre? It's an ambition of Kazakhstan for its capital,… instagram.com/p/3GXIzUlga3/

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