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Johnson & Johnson posts $100m in Covid vaccine sales as profit jumps

More than $100m in sales from its Covid vaccine helped pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson (J&J) beat revenues and profit expectations today. The post Johnson & Johnson posts $100m in Covid19 vaccine sales as profit beats expectations appeared first on CityAM.


Property: Home workers could be in for ‘nasty surprise' if they don't check insurance

PROPERTY experts have shared a contents insurance warning for those working from home. Experts warned that home workers could be in for a "nasty surprise" if they don't check their contents insurance.


Canadian startup Clearbanc raises capital at nearly $2 billion valuation

Canadian startup Clearbanc raises capital at nearly $2 billion valuation


The real owners of these brands might surprise you

Are your favourite products as independent as you think they are? The real companies behind the brands.


Premier League data rights company worth $3bn after New York float

Premier League data rights company worth $3bn after New York float


Full-time home workers almost 40% less likely to win a bonus

An Office for National Statistics (ONS) analysis of data between 2011 and last year found that those who 'mainly' worked from home were 38 per cent less likely to get a bonus than those working away.


SoftBank-backed WeWork to begin accepting payments in cryptocurrencies

SoftBank-backed WeWork to begin accepting payments in cryptocurrencies


Explainer: Why has the UK intervened in Nvidia’s $40bn Arm merger?

Ever since it was announced in September last year, Nvidia’s proposed $40bn (£30bn) takeover of British chipmaker Arm has proved The post Explainer: Why has the UK intervened in Nvidia’s $40bn Arm merger? appeared first on CityAM.


CMA teams up with Australian and German authorities to regulate mergers

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has teamed up with its Australian and German counterparts to better enforce mergers, with The post CMA teams up with Australian and German authorities to tackle problematic mergers appeared first on CityAM.


Dogecoin rallies as much as a fifth as traders aim for record highs on DogeDay

Dogecoin rallies as much as a fifth as traders aim for record highs on DogeDay


Where can I trade dogecoin? DOGE mania drives crypto to record-high price

DOGECOIN has become the most talked-about cryptocurrency on the market despite long-time traders looking down on the "memecoin" only a few months ago - but where can you buy and trade dogecoin?


EU commission fines railway companies for violating antitrust rules

EU commission fines railway companies for violating antitrust rules


Bullring operator Hammerson says it's received only 40% of second quarter rent owed as shopping curbs loosen

Hammerson said only 40 per cent of total rent payments had been received by them, including 48 per cent in its UK division, around a third in Ireland, and just 23 per cent in France.


EU becoming museum to bad governance teetering from crisis to crisis COMMENT

The EU is in danger of becoming a regional minnow, it's share of global GDP has more than halved in the last 30 years, its growth condemns it to long term, relative economic decline and riddled with bad debt, propped up by the "funny money" printed by a non sovereign central bank, it teeters on the brink of financial crisis.


Netflix lookahead: What to expect from the streaming giant’s earnings

Netflix is leading the charge in a busy schedule of US earnings today, reporting first-quarter figures after the bell. The The post Netflix lookahead: What to expect from the streaming giant’s earnings appeared first on CityAM.


Cashback in shops ‘must be part of wider strategy to help those relying on cash’

Which? said introducing cashback without purchase is a significant step forward and has the potential to make a big difference in communities.


Next boss sees pay balloon to £3.4m despite pandemic woes

Chief executive Lord Simon Wolfson enjoyed a 28% pay hike thanks to a £2.4 million long-term shares bonus award.


UK could have bitcoin digital currency within two years

BRITAIN could soon have its own digital currency. Bank of England and Treasury experts will look at the pros and cons of the idea - dubbed Britcoin - and it could be established in just two years.


Young and broke: the unemployment problem for under 25s in London

I see unemployment is back below 5%, so that’s good news right? It is, but don’t get carried away. Some sectors of the population, and some regions, are faring far worse than others. Notably, the under 25s in London, probably because they are most likely to be looking for work in sectors that have been shut: bars, restaurants, theatres, other performance industries. The 18 to 24 age group has seen the greatest decrease in pay-rolled employees...


Dogecoin mania at fever pitch as fans try to push the joke crypto to a new high on '4/20' marijuana day

Dogecoin's price shot up over 400 per cent over the last week to sit at $0.41 today, just a few cents shy of its all-time high of $0.43, which it hit on Friday.


Drinking around the world: Romanian wines to die for

My introduction to Romanian wine was inauspicious. It came in one of Count Dracula’s tourist castle hotels in Transylvania. We The post Drinking around the world: Romanian wines to die for appeared first on CityAM.


Sony reverses PS3 store shutdown as gamers still struggle to buy new PS5 console

Sony has reneged on its announcement to shut the PlayStation Store on the PS3 and PS Vita, so gamers will be able to continue to buy games on older consoles. The console giant cut off access to its old web store, with users being met only by an error page in March 2021. It was originally planning to remove support for the PlayStation Store on 2 July, but the company now says that was the “wrong decision”. “When we initially came to the decision...


IKEA owner sets aside 4 billion euros for green power projects

IKEA owner sets aside 4 billion euros for green power projects


Crypto inflows hit $4.9 billion as of mid-April: Coinshares data

Crypto inflows hit $4.9 billion as of mid-April: Coinshares data


Nationwide increases amounts it will lend to first-time buyers

Britain's biggest building society said under its 'helping hand' initiative, first-time buyers will have the option when taking out a five or 10-year fixed-rate mortgage at up to 90 per cent loan-to-value (LTV).


Self-employed 'undermined' compared to the rest of the workforce - freelancer numbers drop

SELF-EMPLOYMENT problems continue to plague freelancers as newly released employment figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows workers are struggling across the board. The data revealed both employment and freelancer numbers have dropped.


Britain buys more Chinook helicopters from Boeing in £1.4bn deal

Britain buys more Chinook helicopters from Boeing in £1.4bn deal


WeWork to accept crypto payments

Shared office space provider WeWork has announced it will be accepting cryptocurrency payments from clients. The post WeWork to accept crypto payments appeared first on CityAM.


UK to hike emissions cut plans ahead of US climate summit

The UK is set to announce a hike in its pledged fossil fuel emission cuts in a year that ends The post UK to hike emissions cut plans ahead of US climate summit appeared first on CityAM.


Foster + Partners reveals copper-coloured office in Yekaterinburg

Foster + Partners has designed an appropriately coloured office block for the Russian Copper Company in the city of Yekaterinburg, which is the studio's first project in Russia. Overlooking the Iset River in the centre of the city in central Russia, the 15-storey office block was built as the headquarters for the Russian Copper Company (RCC) – The post Foster + Partners reveals copper-coloured office in Yekaterinburg appeared first on Dezeen.


Mulberry launches ‘sustainability manifesto’ to transform supply chain

The fashion brand said it is aiming to create a transparent “farm to finished product” supply chain.


Tesco issues statement after being fined £7.56m for selling out of date food


Brexit bonanza! £100billion India deal on track despite Boris Johnson scrapping visit

BORIS JOHNSON's decision to cancel his planned trip India will not derail a proposed trade deal which could worth up to £100billion, a financial analyst has insisted.


Dogecoin price prediction: Will DOGE hit $1 this year? 'FOMO factor is at fever pitch'

DOGECOIN took the internet by storm this month when it shot to a record-high price, only to keep on rising to new heights. As crypto traders scramble to jump on the DOGE hype train, what are the chances of Dogecoin hitting £0.72 ($1) this year?


Dogecoin might have started as a joke, but is anyone still laughing?

Yesterday’s recovery after the weekend’s flash crash was short lived and hopes of an immediate return to sustained upward momentum faded fast, but Bitcoin is still changing hands at around $55,000. The post Dogecoin might have started as a joke, but is anyone still laughing? appeared first on CityAM.


Lloyds, Barclays and rivals must explain treatment of UK SMEs during Covid

Treasury Select Committee chair calls out UK banks for treatment of SME during Covid crisis The post Treasury Select Committee chair calls out UK banks for treatment of SMEs during Covid crisis appeared first on CityAM.


UK court clears William Hill’s £2.9bn Caesars takeover

William Hill today said its £2.9bn takeover by US casino group Caesars Entertainment had been cleared by a UK court The post UK court clears William Hill’s £2.9bn Caesars takeover appeared first on CityAM.


Mobile games developer Huuuge says it is looking at five takeover targets

Mobile games developer Huuuge says it is looking at five takeover targets


Bezos bets on the barbers: Amazon to open London hair salon

US tech giant Amazon has announced it will open a huge hair salon across two storeys in London’s Spitalfields. The The post Bezos bets on the barbers: Amazon to open London hair salon appeared first on CityAM.


Asda takeover could lead to higher petrol prices, warns competition...

The CMA said a probe raised `local competition concerns in relation to the supply of road fuel in 36 areas across the UK´.


Green return or high risk bond? Electric car chargers offer 9% return

Iduna plans to add 50 new chargers to the 130 it already owns by raising £4m via Abundance, which specialises in environmental and social projects.


Bitcoin is NOT too big to fail 'The bubble will burst at some point'

BITCOIN is NOT too big to fail and some experts predict it is a "bubble that will burst at some point" despite historic highs in the past few weeks.


Dogecoin price: DOGE 'gold rush' may still end in 'catastrophic crash', warns expert

DOGECOIN'S unexpected bull run through the crypto markets may have been welcome news to holders, but some analysts fear the inherent volatility and speculation behind DOGE's rising price could lead to a "catastrophic crash".


Martin Lewis explains how people earning less than £10,000 can get a hidden payrise

Employees aged between 22 and 66 are part of the pension auto-enrolment scheme - but those who aren't included can still get the savings benefit


The dinosaur can't evolve - it's time for tech and crypto to take over

Legacy banking has become a joke, a dinosaur that fails to cope with the fast paced, ever-changing technological climate, says Dr Chris Kacher. The post The dinosaur can't evolve - it's time for tech and crypto to take over appeared first on CityAM.


Pound soars to six-week high on back of UK vaccine rollout - lockdown bounce back begins

THE pound has hit a six-week high against the dollar, fuelled by rising optimism as a result of the success of the UK's vaccine rollout programme and falling unemployment, the latest data has indicated.


Johnson ordered to set up irresistible low-taxes free market to see Brexit Britain succeed

BORIS JOHNSON has been ordered to make dramatic regulation and tax changes for the benefit of Brexit Britain.


Investors turn to growth stocks' results after strong earnings start

Investors turn to growth stocks' results after strong earnings start


Kia receives over 1,000 EV6 pre-orders in UK alone

Demand in Europe might be quite significant.


Insurers’ support for office home workers to continue

If people continue to work from home, it will generally remain the case that they do not need to contact their insurer, the ABI said.