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Would Carlos Slim's three-day working week actually be workable?

Billionaire's brainwave would see employees work longer hours and fewer days for more years but would they gain? When the world's second richest person has a brainwave he believes could make everyone better off, the world listens. Earlier this week ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - 20 hours ago]
First reported Jul 22 2014 - Updated Jul 22 2014 - 1 reports

PPI pain persists

Bill from the mis-selling scandal may be about to rise The payment protection mis-selling scandal will not go away. As many as 5,000 people a week are still complaining to the Financial Ombudsman Service about the way they were sold PPI and the way their ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 22 2014]
First reported Jul 22 2014 - Updated Jul 22 2014 - 1 reports

A banking change is just around the corner

If another banking inquiry can't sort out the banks then digital finance soon will - look what happened to travel agents Another banking inquiry has been announced , meaning more senior executives will be dragged over the coals, more promises of change, ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 22 2014]
First reported Jul 21 2014 - Updated Jul 22 2014 - 1 reports

Carlos Slim may be right to call for three-day working week

Workers would benefit from longer hours on fewer days, says the Mexican telephone tycoon who is one of world's richest men Carlos Slim is not known for pronouncements on the nature of work. He is better known as one of the two or three richest men in ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 21 2014]
First reported Jul 21 2014 - Updated Jul 21 2014 - 1 reports

George Osborne's pension reforms are about the few, not the many

Policies will once again hit the poorest hardest by cutting face-to-face advice and relying on slimmed-down charities When pensions policy gets rewritten, the tail always wags the dog. This is another way of saying that the richest 20% dictate what happens ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 21 2014]
First reported Jul 17 2014 - Updated Jul 18 2014 - 1 reports

How not to cut 12,500 jobs: a lesson from Microsoft's Stephen Elop

Senior Microsoft manager sent staff 1,100-word email, devoting just two sentences to cuts two-thirds of the way through How not to cut 12,500 jobs: send your staff a windy 1,100-word memo that starts "hello there" , proceeds to torture its readers with ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 17 2014]
First reported Jul 11 2014 - Updated Jul 11 2014 - 2 reports

Eurozone crisis live: markets jittery on Portugal fears

Mixed day for Asian stocks, European investors expected to remain wary.Burberry to face shareholder anger over £20m executive pay dealConstruction data in the UK awaited 8.34am BST The Portuguese bank at the centre of the sell-off storm has issued ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 11 2014]
Entities: Portugal, Eurozone, Crisis
First reported Jul 09 2014 - Updated Jul 10 2014 - 1 reports

Premature claims and loose talk could hurt AbbVie's offer for Shire

AbbVie concedes it has no hard commitments that Shire's shareholders are 'generally supportive' of £30bn takeover offer "Statement from AbbVie Inc regarding press commentary," read the disingenuous headline on the morning update from the bidder for Shire. ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 09 2014]
First reported Jul 08 2014 - Updated Jul 08 2014 - 1 reports

Skills shortage and housing bubble have arrived very early in the economic cycle

Employers are complaining of a chronic shortage of skilled workers in the midst of a rampantly rising housing market such worries usually follow a 10-year run of growth Can it be true that only 18 months into a recovery we seem already to have the worst ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 08 2014]
First reported Jul 04 2014 - Updated Jul 04 2014 - 1 reports

Wall Street record close above 17,000 boosts Asian shares live

Japan's Nikkei hits five-month high after upbeat US jobs data 8.09am BST European shares have opened flat to slightly lower. The FTSE 100 index was flat in early trading at 6859.14. Germany's Dax was also flat while Spain's Ibex and Italy's FTSE ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 04 2014]
First reported Jul 02 2014 - Updated Jul 03 2014 - 1 reports

Sports Direct shareholders are not all playing fair with bonus scheme

The 60% of compliant shareholders who support the idea of offering Mike Ashley a mega bonus send out two bad messages Who are these spineless Sports Direct shareholders who now support the idea of offering founder Mike Ashley a mega bonus? And why have ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 02 2014]
First reported Jul 02 2014 - Updated Jul 02 2014 - 1 reports

Small businesses are the UK's greatest advantage we must help them look overseas

Giving small businesses the skills, knowhow and connections to sell beyond the UK will be key to Britain's economic fightback After weathering the recession, recent data suggests the British economy is finally mounting a sustained recovery. While GDP ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 02 2014]

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...he pressed "send"? One assumes not because a well-intentioned colleague would have told him to cull at least one of the two uses of the phrase "the finest of Microsoft's digital work and digital life experiences" in the first three paragraphs
...the fuss? It is, of course, possible for a company's pay committee to operate this way and to congratulate itself on how its judgments have been "corroborated by the support of a significant majority of share owners" as the current annual report described last year's outcome
...It is because, as BSkyB explains, "as customers choose other ways to buy our products, door-to-door sales are becoming less viable" . The review of door-to-door selling, apparently, was already taking place before the allegations were made
"The interest raterate cuts were a response to the unsatisfactory inflation outlook. "That we took unconventional measures is both down to the fact that we have almost used up the room to cut rates, and that we wanted to ensure that our expansive monetary policy also came through to the real economy." *WEIDMANN: NEED TO REMAIN VIGILENT TO POTENTIAL OVER-REACTIONS // so is that the new name for carry trades? It's all over the news, but it's more impressive on the charts. 10Y Spain yield below UST yield. Thanks, @ecb . pic.twitter.com/52FD1RTGZ7"

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Would Carlos Slim's three-day working week actu... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - 20 hours ago]
Billionaire's brainwave would see employees work longer hours and fewer days for more years but would they gain? When the world's second richest person has a brainwave he believes could make everyone better off, the world listens. Earlier this week ...
PPI pain persists [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 22 2014]
Bill from the mis-selling scandal may be about to rise The payment protection mis-selling scandal will not go away. As many as 5,000 people a week are still complaining to the Financial Ombudsman Service about the way they were sold PPI and the way their ...
A banking change is just around the corner [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 22 2014]
If another banking inquiry can't sort out the banks then digital finance soon will - look what happened to travel agents Another banking inquiry has been announced , meaning more senior executives will be dragged over the coals, more promises of change, ...
Carlos Slim may be right to call for three-day ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 21 2014]
Workers would benefit from longer hours on fewer days, says the Mexican telephone tycoon who is one of world's richest men Carlos Slim is not known for pronouncements on the nature of work. He is better known as one of the two or three richest men in ...
George Osborne's pension reforms are about the ... [Published Guardian.co.uk - Business Blog - Jul 21 2014]
Policies will once again hit the poorest hardest by cutting face-to-face advice and relying on slimmed-down charities When pensions policy gets rewritten, the tail always wags the dog. This is another way of saying that the richest 20% dictate what happens ...
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