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Turning off the QE tap is going to be impossible
By Spears magazine - 23 September 12:54

And it's no laughing matter. Try asking the record 20.2 per cent of US households stuck on food stamps.

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Blackberry plans to cut 4,500 jobs
By New Statesman - 23 September 9:48

The smartphone giant anticipates $950m loss in second-quarter.

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China’s manufacturing activity rises in September
By New Statesman - 23 September 9:36

Purchasing Managers Index reaches six-month high.

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Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
By New Statesman - 23 September 9:30

News stories from around the web.

Credit Unions just might have a fighting chance
By Carl Packman - 20 September 17:58

A real ethical alternative?

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We'll all have smart meters by 2020
By Heidi Vella - 20 September 17:47

What's a smart meter?

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The Fed's decision not to taper was a protest
By Nick Beecroft - 20 September 16:36

But do they protest too much?

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The most passive aggressive machine you'll see today
By Caroline Crampton - 20 September 10:54

Meet the lego device that has to have the last word.

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Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
By New Statesman - 20 September 9:22

News stories from around the web.

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JPMorgan agrees to $920m settlement with UK, US regulators over CIO trading
By New Statesman - 20 September 8:14

The fine is the second largest by UK regulators.

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RBS to sell 300 million shares in Direct Line Insurance Group
By New Statesman - 20 September 7:54

The sale will reduce RBS stake in the insurer to 28.5 per cent.

There is no alternative
By Louise Ellman - 19 September 16:20

For the benefit of the whole of the country, the government must allow Heathrow airport to expand.

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Dear Sir Howard...
By new-statesman - 19 September 16:13

The New Statesman invited leading politicians and heads of think tanks, business and consumer groups to pen an open letter to the chairman of the Airports Commission, Sir Howard Davies. This is what they wrote.

Start with the passengers
By Mike Tretheway - 19 September 16:02
Why competing gateway airports better serve communities
Issue by issue
By Jon Bernstein - 19 September 15:49

From demand to connectivity, economic and environmental impact, a trawl through the data throws up some interesting insights.

The view from Gatwick
By Stewart Wingate - 19 September 15:39

London enjoys world-class air links. With 134 million passengers flying in and out each year, it’s the best-connected city in the world. Yet with a future capacity problem it begs the question: for how long?

“I started out cleaning Freddie Laker’s planes”
By Jon Bernstein - 19 September 15:35

Simon Calder, the Independent’s travel correspondent, talks capacity myths, his first job in travel and a love of Singapore’s Changi airport.

Facing up to the capacity crunch
By new-statesman - 19 September 15:19

Talk of demand, competition, connectivity and the economic and environmental consequences of air travel dominated a New Statesman-hosted debate on the future of aviation.

Think big, build small
By Terry Farrell - 19 September 15:03

Using the fox in Isaiah Berlin’s famous essay as inspiration, let’s think about large infrastructure projects in an incremental and pragmatic way.

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Air France to cut 2,800 jobs
By New Statesman - 19 September 7:35

The latest job cuts are in addition to the 5,100 revealed in June 2012.

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GE appoints new CEO for oil and gas unit
By New Statesman - 19 September 7:24

Lorenzo Simonelli will succeed Dan Heintzelman.

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Transport for London's decision to ban cash fares hits the vulnerable hardest
By Jonn Elledge - 18 September 18:35

Those most likely to be affected will be the very young, the very poor and the very recently arrived – those, in other words, who are least likely to have alternative options.

Generation Y millionaires take more risks, take more advice
By Spears magazine - 18 September 14:09

Baby Boomers looking a little dull...

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Finally, a book on football that's more than just a stack of stilted clichés
By Martin Cloake - 18 September 12:04

Hatters, Railwaymen and Knitters: reviewed.

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Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
By New Statesman - 18 September 8:00

News stories from around the web.

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