Friday, January 18, 2019

Aldi to launch shops in New Zealand this year?

German grocery giant Aldi has filed more than 100 applications to trademark its brands in New Zealand since the start of the year. The activity is part of mounting evidence that suggests...

Bid launched to secure collection of 5,500 Titanic artefacts

Bid launched to secure collection of 5,500 Titanic artefacts The rare collection has become available after a US company that currently owns the items filed for bankruptcy The SS Titanic (PA) A £14 million...

Trump better have an appetite for humble pie

Trump better have an appetite for humble pie The Observer from 50 years ago How does the old saying go again: the more things change, the more they stay the same? I couldn't help...

North Korea economy shrinks at sharpest rate in 20 years as sanctions bite

North Korea economy shrinks at sharpest rate in 20 years as sanctions bite North Korean leader Kim Jong-un speaks to officials as he inspects the construction site of a hydroelectric power plant...

Fury as ‘nanny state’ warns tourists to stay out of the sun

Fury as 'nanny state' warns tourists to stay out of the sun An amber "heat health watch" warning has been issued for parts of England. Stock image Warnings to holiday makers to stay...

Financial distress on rise as thousands of firms show signs of difficulties

Financial distress on rise as thousands of firms show signs of difficulties New figures on the state of UK firms come at a particularly bleak time for high street retailers. Thousands of firms...

Nestle confirms guidance as third-quarter growth ticks up

ZURICH (Reuters) - Food group Nestle confirmed it wants to grow sales by around 3 percent this year after it reported on Thursday improved trading in North America and infant nutrition...

Open arms awaiting as showpiece makes way to Portrush

Open arms awaiting as showpiece makes way to Portrush James Corrigan on how the Northern Ireland venue is already preparing for momentous event Carnoustie in all its glory during the final round of...

Facebook denies seeking users’ bank data

Facebook has denied reports that it is actively asking banks for details of users' financial transactions. The statement follows a story in the Wall Street Journal that said the social media giant...

Oil prices climb amid Saudi tensions, but demand outlook drags

BEIJING (Reuters) - Crude oil futures rose on Monday as geopolitical tensions over the disappearance of a prominent Saudi journalist stoked worries about supply, although concerns about the long-term outlook for...

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Ardagh blames sluggish growth in US glass packaging on cash earnings...

Ardagh blames sluggish growth in US glass packaging on cash earnings slump Ardagh chairman and chief executive Paul Coulson. Photo: Jason Clarke Cash earnings at Paul...

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