From the coffee pot to the fuel tank - Coffee set to power London buses

Nov 19 2017 13:26

London's caffeine habit could soon provide an eco-friendly energy kick to its buses, including its iconic red double decker.


    Post-hurricane rebuilding fuels jump in October US home construction

    Nov 19 2017 11:45

    Construction of new homes in the United States sprang to life in October as hurricane-damaged housing markets recovered from back-to-back late summer storms.


    We'll wait for UK Brexit concessions, EU leaders tell May

    Nov 17 2017 13:00

    European Union leaders say they will wait for Theresa May to deliver further Brexit concessions and guarantees, putting into doubt whether talks will advance.


    Big insurers brace for perilous future as climate risks escalate

    Nov 13 2017 15:43

    After one of the worst Atlantic hurricane seasons in history, the world’s biggest insurers say the industry needs to get its act together if it wants to survive climate change.


    UK labour makes Brexit offer to May as future in balance

    Nov 13 2017 10:13

    The UK Labour Party has accused Theresa May of lacking the support within her Conservative Party to deliver a Brexit that will protect jobs, offering her a cross-party deal.


    Defying Trump and coal’s future take centre stage at climate talks

    Nov 12 2017 17:22

    Delegates meeting in Bonn are seeking to strengthen the landmark Paris Agreement on climate change, which is under threat because President Donald Trump has said the US will exit the pact.


    Uber loses employment rights case in Britain - lawyers

    Nov 10 2017 14:11

    US ride-hailing app Uber on Friday lost a landmark case in Britain that would give drivers the right to paid holidays and the national minimum wage, lawyers representing the claimants said.


    Chinese CEOs see Trump as a dealmaker, not as a trade-basher

    Nov 09 2017 14:45

    President Donald Trump’s ‘America First’ rhetoric on trade has prompted concerns that his words could soon be matched by action. Chinese executives say they’re not worried.


    Eurozone growth forecast lifted again as UK outlook dims

    Nov 09 2017 14:15

    The eurozone economy will grow at the fastest pace in a decade this year, while the UK heads into an extended slowdown, according to the European Commission.


    UK pay being pushed higher by slide in worker availability

    Nov 08 2017 09:36

    A marked decline in the availability of workers across the UK has helped push up pay last month, according to IHS Markit and the Recruitment and Employment Confederation.


    China firms have found a way to cut debt, at least on paper

    Nov 07 2017 09:54

    Under pressure to trim borrowings, China’s companies have found a way to reduce their lofty debt burdens - even if some of the risk remains.

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