Consumer Defensive
22 June 2021

Amazon's Prime Day is a summer shopping bonanza

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Commodities
22 June 2021

Canada sets ambitious climate change targets in oil sands

Canada has set ambitious targets for slashing emissions to fight climate change, but faces...
Commodities
22 June 2021

Russia considering output of oil at OPEC meeting next week

Russia is considering an increase in the output of OPEC oil at the group's meeting nex...
Communication Services
18 June 2021

Canine installed artificial intelligence tool to make people smile in office

According to reports, the Chinese company Canon apparently installed artificial intelligen...
Commodities
19 June 2021

London-based private equity fund bet on expanding copper production

A London based private equity fund is looking to expand copper production, betting that th...

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Robot AI
23 June 2021

Coronavirus cases on the rise in Europe, says Ryanair CEO

As the summer holidays kick off, the number of passengers hopping on Ryanair - planes is mushrooming despite travel restrictions in place to control the spread of the coronavirus, says Group Chief Executive Michael O'Leary on Wednesday.

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23 June 2021

Exclusive: Celesio in talks to sell its European business

In 2014, Celesio AG is in talks to sell its European operations, including a sprawling dru...

Commodities

23 June 2021

Afghanistan, Vietnam as fuel consumption declines

The recovering of gasoline demand across India from virus-driven slumps remains complex, a...

Industrials

8 June 2021

U.S. arrests 800 in global organised crime operation

Australian Federal Police are seen during its Operation Ironside against organised crime in this andated handout photo released June 8th, 2021. Australian Federal Police handout via Reuters.
19 April 2021

Digital bank Starling raises 50 M from Goldman Sachs

The British digital bank Starling has raised 50 million in fund-raising from the Growth Equity Investment arm of Goldman Sachs. The cash is on top of a 272 million investment round Starling announced last month, which comes from a private lender at 1.1 billion.
9 June 2021

Vatican must do more to prosecute senior clergy, says watchdog

New recruits of the Vatican elite Swiss Guard march in front of the Tower of the Institute for Works of Religion - Vatican bank during a swearing-in ceremony at the Vatican on 6 May 2014.

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Robot AI
23 June 2021

Olympic track star Allyson Felix launches her own shoe company

After leaving Nike in a high profile breakup in 2019, American track star Allyson Felix Felix - the country's most decorated female track and field Olympian or could not reach a sponsorship deal with any other shoe brands.

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Robot AI
23 June 2021

Coronavirus cases on the rise in Europe, says Ryanair CEO

As the summer holidays kick off, the number of passengers hopping on Ryanair - planes is mushrooming despite travel restrictions in place to control the spread of the coronavirus, says Group Chief Executive Michael O'Leary on Wednesday.
Robot AI
23 June 2021

Regulator to publish regulatory guidance on environmental, social and governance

A global securities watchdog plans to publish its first regulatory guidance for raters of corporate environmental, social and governance performance in July to stem growing concern among asset managers about overstated green credentials.
Robot AI
23 June 2021

Dell Technologies CEO says energy transition will be accelerated

The Dell Technologies Inc. logo is displayed on a screen at the New York Stock Exchange in New York and technology will play key roles in accelerating the Energy transition, said the chief technology officer of Dell Technologies on Wednesday.
Robot AI
23 June 2021

Warren Buffett resigns as trustee of Bill Gates Foundation

On Wednesday, Warren Buffett resigned as trustee of the Berkshire Hathaway Foundation, one of the world's largest private charitable societies, as he distributed another $4.1 billion in stock to philanthropies with its assets.
Robot AI
23 June 2021

Exclusive: Celesio in talks to sell its European business

In 2014, Celesio AG is in talks to sell its European operations, including a sprawling drug distribution business and the Northland Lloyds Pharmacy chain, in a move that would reverse its $8.3 billion acquisition of McKesson Corp.
Robot AI
23 June 2021

Switzerland to allow public events to be held on Saturday

ZURich, 23 June 2006 Switzerland will allow large concerts or sporting events starting on Saturday, providing attendees can produce so-called COVID certificates showing they are vaccinated, have recovered from COVID - 19 or tested positive.
Robot AI
23 June 2021

British business lender Tide refuses to extend state-backed loans

British business lender Tide said it would not provide payment deferrals for small firms that dated state-supported loans during the COVID - 19 Pandemic, the first lender to break ranks and withhold subsidies.