• Facebook, Ford, and other big names are challenging Trump's tariffs Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 16:30
  • OUR FRONT PAGE: Australians could be given free movement to the UK after #Brexit. Read the full story, and more top stories, at Link. https://t.co/JAVwZRWA5X
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 16:05
  • After the failed IPO, WeWork's London property deals are now under threat Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 15:05
  • CFOs are growing more pessimistic by the day Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 14:30
  • Goldman Sachs interns say they're reading Michelle Obama's memoir, "Rich Dad Poor Dad" and "Sapiens" among others Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 14:00
  • RT @MilDefInsider: The US Navy finally confirmed that videos showing pilots spotting UFOs are genuine after years of speculation https://t.…
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 13:55
  • RT @AdamBienkov: Boris Johnson here telling the father of a sick child there's no press present as he's literally standing in front of a ca…
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 13:05
  • RT @businessinsider: "The NHS is being destroyed": Dad of sick child confronts Boris Johnson during hospital visit Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 12:55

    Boris Johnson was confronted by the father of a sick child in an angry exchange during a hospital visit in London on Wednesday.

    The man told the Prime Minister that the health service had been "destroyed" by government cuts and accused Johnson of taking advantage of a "press opportunity."

    "There are not enough doctors, there are not enough nurses. The NHS is being destroyed, and now you come here for a press opportunity," the man told Johnson.

  • RT @businessinsider: Facebook is launching a $149 camera that sits next to your TV and lets you video chat with your WhatsApp and Messenger…
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 12:30
  • RT @businessinsider: Silicon Valley held a secret fundraiser for Trump Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 12:10
    Trump's Silicon Valley donors traveled to a secret location in Palo Alto, California on Tuesday to attend a fundraiser for the president where tickets cost as much as $100,000 per couple, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal. Attendees weren't told in advance where the event would be or who would be hosting. Instead, they were asked to meet at a remote location before being shuttled to the host's house — reported to be that of Sun Microsystems cofounder Scott McNealy. Trump has made few inroads in Silicon Valley in the past and the industry has a historic reputation for being left-leaning. For this reason, fundraising events aren't always welcomed in the area. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
  • Bank of America says fund managers' fears of a recession are at levels not seen since the depths of the financial crisis and they're blaming the trade war Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 12:00
  • Goldman Sachs interns are perhaps not typical Gen Z-ers Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 11:30
  • The Fed, WeWork, and Saudi Arabia are on the list of things to know before the opening bell Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 11:05
  • RT @AdamBienkov: The UK could give Australians the right to freedom of movement after removing it from EU citizens. Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 11:00
    Australians could be given the right to live and work in the UK as part of a post-Brexit trade deal.UK International Trade Secretary Liz Truss said freedom of movement would form part of her talks about a deal.She insisted a deal with the country could be struck within a matter of months once Britain leaves the EU.The UK government has insisted that EU citizens will lose their right to free movement to the UK after Brexit. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
  • RT @AlexandraMa15: Great piece by @jchaltiwanger on why Iran would want to target the Saudi oil fields (if it did). Hint: $OIL, testing the…
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 11:00
  • RT @thisisinsider: An Australian hiker crawled 'inch-by-inch' for 2 days through the wilderness to safety after he fell down a waterfall an…
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 10:55
  • OUR FRONT PAGE: The EU accuses Boris Johnson of 'pretending' to negotiate a Brexit deal. Read more #Brexit updates at Link. https://t.co/ceokhWUVNz
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 10:40
  • RT @businessinsider: Australians could be given free movement to the UK after Brexit Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 10:25
    Australians could be given the right to live and work in the UK as part of a post-Brexit trade deal.UK International Trade Secretary Liz Truss said freedom of movement would form part of her talks about a deal.She insisted a deal with the country could be struck within a matter of months once Britain leaves the EU.The UK government has insisted that EU citizens will lose their right to free movement to the UK after Brexit. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
  • RT @Jim_Edwards: Iran could be risking war over the Saudi oil fields because it deliberately wants to spike up the price of oil https://t.c…
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 10:25
  • RT @businessinsider: WeWork CEO Adam Neumann tells employees he's 'humbled' by the collapse of the firm's IPO Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 10:10
  • RT @businessinsider: A woman is suing Lyft alleging that she was kidnapped by a driver at gunpoint and raped by 2 other men but the company…
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 10:10
  • It's Fed day. Will Trump get his wish for big rate cuts? Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 10:00
  • RT @businessinsider: The EU accuses Boris Johnson of only 'pretending' to negotiate a Brexit deal Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 09:40
    Michel Barnier, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, has suggested Boris Johnson is merely "pretending to negotiate" Brexit as his European counterparts await details of his proposals to replace the Irish backstop, a key part of the withdrawal agreement. The UK prime minister has repeatedly promised to try and remove the backstop, a measure designed to ensure that no new border checks emerge on the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland, claiming that it is anti-democratic. But Johnson's negotiators have so far only presented the EU with a draft of the withdrawal agreement with the backstop scrubbed out, and are not planning to take their plan to the EU until October, weeks before the Brexit deadline.
  • OUR FRONT PAGE: China could be the biggest loser from the #SaudiArabia oil attack. Read the full story at Link. https://t.co/187aJhQ5Gv
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 08:10
  • These charts show the effect of Trump's trade war on the American economy — and why a big slowdown is on the horizon Link
    Business Insider UK Wed 18 Sep 2019 08:00
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