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EU states back plan to expose big companies' tax avoidance

Majority of member states back proposal to bring in country-by-country tax reportingThe EU has moved to force multinational companies to publish a breakdown of the tax they pay in each of the bloc’s member states and in tax havens such as Seychelles, piling pressure on the UK government to follow suit.Country-by-country reporting is designed to shine a light on how some of the world’s biggest companies – such as Apple, Facebook and Google – avoid paying an estimated $500bn (£358bn) a year in tax...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Europe, Business, UK, Germany, Eu, European Union, UK News, World news, Tax and spending, Technology sector, Tax Avoidance, Malta, Seychelles


US stocks waver as chaotic bond rout cools and investors find new footing

Traders and workers watch the U.S.-Germany 2014 World Cup soccer match on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange June 26, 2014. Brendan McDermid/Reuters US equities traded mixed on Friday as bond yields reversed recent gains and tech stocks bounced back slightly.The tepid session marks a shakeup from the volatile selling seen earlier in the week that was sparked by soaring Treasury yields.GameStop leaped for a third straight session as online day traders aimed to replicate January's massi...
Tags: Germany, Nokia, US, Trends, Tech, Markets, Bitcoin, Virgin Galactic, Reddit, Treasury, New York Stock Exchange, S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average, Gamestop, McDonald, Nasdaq Composite


Merkel says she won't take AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine because she's too old, as 1.4 million jabs are left unused

Angela Merkel. Getty German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she won't take AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine. The vaccine has been approved for only people under 65 in Germany, and Merkel is 66. Recent trials have linked AstraZeneca's vaccine with a dramatic drop in hospitalizations. But over 1 million jabs have been left unused, with many Germans unsure of its efficacy. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said she won't take AstraZenec...
Tags: Europe, Politics, News, France, Scotland, Germany, Angela Merkel, Trends, Italy, Merkel, Astrazeneca, Emmanuel Macron, Handelsblatt, BBC Radio, Austria Belgium, European Medicine Agency


Merkel says she won't take AstraZeneca COVID vaccine because she's too old as 1.4 million jabs are left unused

Angela Merkel Getty German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she won't take AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine. The vaccine has only been approved for under-65s in Germany, and Merkel is 66. Recent trials suggest AstraZeneca's vaccine is linked to a dramatic drop in hospitalizations. But over a million jabs have been left unused, with many Germans unsure of its efficacy. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said she won't take AstraZeneca's...
Tags: Europe, Politics, News, France, Scotland, Germany, Angela Merkel, Trends, United Kingdom, Italy, Merkel, Astrazeneca, Emmanuel Macron, Handelsblatt, BBC Radio, Austria Belgium


Global stocks drop as 10-year Treasury yields pierce 1.5% for the first time since the pandemic

Spencer Platt/Getty Images Global stocks fell on Friday, as Treasury yields headed towards their highest levels in over a year.A selloff in global sovereign bonds indicates expectations of a strengthening economy over the coming months.The spike in the 10-year-yield this month is spooking the stock market, a chief market strategist said.Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories.Global stocks dropped sharply on Friday, as the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield rose above 1.50% fo...
Tags: Hong Kong, Europe, Japan, UK, China, Germany, Global, US, Trends, Treasury, West Texas Intermediate, Brent Crude, Dow Jones, Fed, Shanghai Composite, Ripley


Rumors of Tesla Berlin Starting Initial Production in May

There is a report that Tesla Berlin will start initial trial production in May, 2021. This is from a supplier in Germany who will provide containers. The mass production would be in July-August 2021.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Germany, Innovation, Tesla Berlin


France admits it needs to repair the image of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine after struggling to convince people to take it

A sign in France says "all vaccinated against COVID-19" on February 8, 2021 THOMAS SAMSON/POOL/AFP via Getty Images France is embarking on an effort to persuade its people to accept the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. Regulators say the vaccine is safe and effective, but its performance data has prompted some doubts. France's president, Emmanuel Macron, was among those to disparage the vaccine in the past. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. France is working to fix the d...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, Science, France, Scotland, Germany, Israel, US, Trends, Turkey, News UK, Astrazeneca, Pfizer, Vaccine, Donald Trump


Burnout: "Apparently, the future of leadership as a whole is at stake right now"

This is an automated machine translation of an article published by Business Insider in a different language. Machine translations can generate errors or inaccuracies; we will continue the work to improve these translations. You can find the original version here.Coronavirus is putting parts of the global workforce in crisis mode. Home offices and homeschooling, for example, are a constant burden for many. Even the first lockdown had a negative impact on the mental health of Germans. Anxiety and...
Tags: Germany, Trends, Neal, Essen, Josh Bersin, BI International, Bersin, DDI, Stephanie Neal, auto-translation Germany, International Licensed Content, Jeevan Ravindran, Mainz Marburg, Center for Analytics and Behavioral Research, Judith Schallenberg Kappius


Global stocks rise as Fed Chair Jerome Powell confirms interest rates will remain low for longer

AP Photo/Richard Drew Global stocks gained Thursday after Jerome Powell struck a reassuring tone for central-bank policy.The Fed chairman said it could take more than three years before inflation reached the Fed's target of 2%.Yield on the 10-year US Treasury note rose to 1.4%, its highest in a year.Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.Global stocks rose Thursday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell wrapped up his two-day congressional testimony ...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Japan, UK, Texas, China, Germany, Global, US, Trends, Shanghai, Deutsche Bank, US Treasury, Pfizer, Brent Crude, Federal Reserve


How art and design can rebuild a community

In the spring of 2016, a striking art installation was constructed outside MIT's building E15. The work consisted of 20,000 small green plexiglass squares, with intricate holes cut in each one, depicting vanished or endangered pieces of global cultural heritage, including buildings, monuments, and sculptures. Attached to fencing about 40 feet high, the squares collectively formed an image of the Arch of Triumph from Palmyra, Syria, an ancient treasure destroyed by fundamentalists in 2015.Lit up ...
Tags: Art, Germany, Berlin, Toronto, History, War, Mit, Architecture, Prague, Austria, United States, Egypt, Harvard University, Islam, Innovation, Serbia


Uber stock slips as Chinese rival reportedly plans to enter the Western European market

Nisian Hughes/Getty Images Uber shares fell Wednesday with a report that rival Didi is preparing to operate in Europe. Didi is considering ride-hailing services in the UK, France and Germany, The Wall Street Journal reported.   Didi is making expansion plans ahead of a possible IPO for the Beijing-based company.   Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Uber shares pulled back as much as 4% on Wednesday following a report that Didi Chuxing Technology Co., a China-based riv...
Tags: Uber, China, Ipo, Germany, Trends, Markets, Bloomberg, Beijing, Wall Street Journal, Western Europe, Didi, UK France, Carla Mozee, Didi Chuxing, Ride Share, Didi Chuxing Technology Co


Collapse of car production in Poland. Worst data since June 2020

Poland's second-largest industry is in trouble. In January more than half fewer cars left factories than a year earlier. Only factories producing car parts prospered. The car battery sector actually did not experience downtime last year, although growth in Germany was higher. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. This is an automated machine translation of an article published by Business Insider in a different language. Machine translations can generate errors or inaccuracies...
Tags: France, Germany, Trends, Italy, Poland, BI International, International Licensed Content, Jeevan Ravindran, Auto-translation Poland


Germany is pushing hard for people to take the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine as many turn it down in hope of a Pfizer shot

German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaking to the media in Berlin on February 1, 2021. Henning Schacht - Pool/Getty Images Germany is enhancing its efforts to tell people the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective. The German vaccine rollout has been complicated by people avoiding that jab. It appears to be part of a trend, reported by Insider, of trying to get the Pfizer shot instead. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Officials in Germany are defending the ...
Tags: Science, Sweden, France, Germany, Angela Merkel, Berlin, Trends, News UK, European Commission, Merkel, Astrazeneca, Pfizer, Vaccine, Cdu, Reuters, Handelsblatt


"DW": Germany counts on Polish economic miracle

German companies want to use the potential of the Polish economy. They also try to take advantage of the upcoming economic transformation in Poland - writes the German broadcaster Deutsche Welle on its website.The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) expects 3% growth in 2021, which would make Poland the only EU country to reach pre-crisis levels by the end of this year.EBRD chief economist Beata Javorcik said two aspects distinguish Poland's recovery from others in Europe: di...
Tags: Europe, UK, France, Germany, Russia, US, Trends, Eu, Austria, Poland, Volkswagen, Daimler, Warsaw, Eastern Europe, Deutsche Welle, EBRD


Amnesty International stopped classifying Putin critic Alexei Navalny as a prisoner of conscience, saying he advocated hatred in the past

Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny takes part in a rally in Moscow. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov Amnesty International has stopped calling Putin critic Alexei Navalny a 'prisoner of conscience.' This is because of hateful statements he has made in the past, the human rights NGO told Insider. Amnesty says it still wants him to be released, saying he is being persecuted by Russia. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Amnesty International has said it will no longer ca...
Tags: Europe, Politics, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Germany, Russia, Trends, Cnn, News UK, Moscow, Amnesty International, Kremlin, Alexei Navalny, NGO, Fsb, Central Asia


Tesla's Germany report: why the company paid under four million euros in taxes here despite sales explosion in 2019

In a management report for the 2019 fiscal year, which has only just been prepared, Tesla gives concrete figures on the business of its group subsidiary in Germany. With sales jumping to 671 million euros, Tesla Germany GmbH paid 3.8 million euros in taxes. Most of the money flows to the US parent company via a Dutch company. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Like many US tech companies, Tesla has its struggles with transparency. Reports with numbers and data on the busine...
Tags: Elon Musk, Germany, US, Trends, Tesla, Vw, Netherlands, Business Insider, Herbert Diess, BI International, Tesla Germany, auto-translation Germany, International Licensed Content, Jeevan Ravindran, Tesla Germany GmbH, Jan C Wehmeyer


Spain’s ten-year plan to put startups in the economic driving seat

Spain is preparing to push forward with pro-startup legislation, having recently unveiled a big and bold transformation plan with the headline goal, by 2030, of turning the country into ‘Spain Entrepreneurial Nation’, as the slightly clumsy English translation has it. Prime minister Pedro Sanchez took a turn on Web Summit’s stage in December to announce the introduction of the forthcoming Startup Act — and to trumpet a new role, a high commissioner, tasked with bringing off a nationwide entrepre...
Tags: Google, Energy, Startups, TC, Europe, France, Germany, Digital, Tech, Eu, Spain, Barcelona, Policy, Portugal, Amnesty International, Polo


The best bread delivery services, from NYC's bagel shops to online grocery stores

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Williams Sonoma With many bakeries closed during the pandemic, you may be missing the crunch of fresh-baked bread.Here's a list of places to order bread online, from fresh boules to par-baked loaves you finish at home.If you're set on making your own bread, you can pick up an easy bread recipe here.And if you're looking to order other groceries, check out our running list of where to buy groceries online...
Tags: Reviews, Kitchen, Food, New York, Groceries, NYC, Germany, San Francisco, Trends, Walmart, Features, Washington Dc, Shipping, Manhattan, Miami, Montreal


'Big Short' investor Michael Burry turns to Warren Buffett to underscore the dangers of inflation

Michael Burry cited Warren Buffett to highlight the dangers of inflation."The Big Short" investor highlighted Buffett's warning that inflation erodes real returns.Burry studied Buffett as a young man but decided to forge his own path.Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories.Michael Burry of "The Big Short" fame turned to Warren Buffett to hammer home the dangers of inflation in a Twitter thread on Tuesday."Warren Buffett's #BerkshireHathaway annual letters guided me treme...
Tags: Germany, US, America, Trends, Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett, Berkshire, Gamestop, Buffett, Michael Burry, Burry, Theron Mohamed, WarrenBuffett


The operator of the world's largest bitcoin mine is looking to raise half a billion via a US listing later this year, report says

SOPA/Getty Images German firm Northern Data plans to raise $500 million via a US listing later this year, Bloomberg reported.The company's facility in Rockdale, Texas is the world's largest crypto mine.It first started out as a bitcoin miner in 2009, but later transitioned to operating mines on behalf of clients.Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.Frankfurt-based Northern Data AG, the operator of the world's largest bitcoin mine, is planning a US listin...
Tags: Texas, Germany, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Brendan Blumer, Bloomberg Bitcoin, Shalini Nagarajan, SOPA Getty, Northern Data, Rockdale Texas, Things Before the Opening Bell Frankfurt, Northern Data AG, Cryptology Asset Group, Northern Bitcoin, Whinstone


People in France, Germany, and the UK are turning down the AstraZeneca vaccine because they want the Pfizer one instead, reports say

A box containing vials of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine on the start of a vaccination campaign for health workers in France on February 6. ALAIN JOCARD/AFP via Getty Images During vaccine rollouts in France, Germany, and the UK, some are insisting on a particular shot.  In Europe, officials are struggling to give out AstraZeneca's jab, and cite concerns about performance.  In the UK, reports are mixed. The Washington Post suggested that some prefer the AstraZeneca vaccine, calling it t...
Tags: Europe, Post, UK, Science, London, Sweden, Washington Post, France, Germany, Berlin, Israel, Trends, Bbc, Austria, Britain, Italy


The land of fjords and electric mobility: how Norway is creating the world's most advanced car market with privileges for e-cars

China leads the world in the sheer number of electric cars. But nowhere is the market share of EVs as high as in Norway. The northern European state has already been promoting the drive type for almost ten years. Owners of locally emission-free cars enjoy many privileges there, such as free parking and use of the bus lane. In the country, the climate balance of the e-drive is already excellent. More than 98 percent of electricity there comes from renewable sources. Visit the Business section ...
Tags: China, Germany, Trends, Norway, Volkswagen, Audi, VW Group, Stromer, BI International, Berylls, Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association, Ministry of Economics, auto-translation Germany, International Licensed Content, Jeevan Ravindran, Elias Holdenried


Federal government examines introduction of a digital vaccination passport that could greatly change public life

The German government is looking into introducing a digital vaccination passport, according to Business Insider. Once relaxed, operators of restaurants or gyms could grant access only to those who have been vaccinated. There could be a decision this week, Business Insider learned from government sources. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. This is an automated machine translation of an article published by Business Insider in a different language. Machine translations can ge...
Tags: Germany, Israel, Trends, Business Insider, International Air Transport Association, Federal Ministry of Health, BI International, Lars Petersen, Federal Ministry of the Interior, auto-translation Germany, International Licensed Content, Jeevan Ravindran, Alltours


Goldman's global stock chief breaks down how the COVID-19 recovery is likely to be different to the cycle after the financial crisis

Peter C. Oppenheimer. Courtesy photo Peter Oppenheimer compares the swift COVID-19 bear market recovery to the financial crisis. He says monetary support and fiscal expansion will likely to make this investment cycle different. A strong synchronized economic rebound with a more reflationary dynamic is more likely, he writes. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Last year was, by any measure, extraordinary. The collapse in economic activity around the world has resulte...
Tags: Europe, UK, Opinion, Germany, US, Trends, Markets, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Peter, Peter Oppenheimer, MSCI World, Oppenheimer Courtesy, Peter C Oppenheimer


'Big Short' investor Michael Burry says he doesn't hate bitcoin but thinks its 'long-term future is tenuous'

Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage Michael Burry sees central governments as bitcoin's biggest adversaries. The investor said in a tweet that "legally violent, heartless central governments with #lifeblood interest in monopolies on currencies" won't allow bitcoin to remain decentralized. Burry said he does not hate bitcoin, but he sees the digital asset's "long-term future" as "tenuous." Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Government regulation is what bi...
Tags: Germany, US, America, Trends, Michael Lewis, Btc, Michael Burry, Burry, Scion Asset Management, Will Daniel, Kevin Mazur WireImage Michael Burry


Apple's latest computers are being targeted by a new type of malware - and 30,000 machines are already infected

Apple's M1 chip is the target of a new type of malware. Apple Apple's latest line of computers are the target of a new type of malware. The malware, nicknamed "Silver Sparrow," specifically targets Apple computers with new M1 chips. Nearly 30,000 infections were detected by security firm Red Canary, primarily in the US and UK. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. In November 2020, Apple unveiled a sleight of new computers that were powered by the company's first-ever...
Tags: Apple, UK, News, Mac, Germany, US, Trends, Malware, Software, Macbook, Hacking, Hackers, MacBook Air, Macbook Pro, M1, Mac Mini


Tesla's competitor to invest huge amount in Poland

This is an automated machine translation of an article published by Business Insider in a different language. Machine translations can generate errors or inaccuracies; we will continue the work to improve these translations. You can find the original version here.Northvolt, one of the "most promising startups" from the megabattery sector, will invest in a factory in Gdansk. The investment is to be worth $200 million, or about 740 million PLN. Thanks to that, the company wants to compete with Tes...
Tags: Europe, Japan, Sweden, Germany, Berlin, Trends, Tesla, Bloomberg, Poland, Goldman Sachs, Gdansk, China South Korea, Volkswagen BMW, BI International, Peter Carlsson, Northvolt


Interactive dreams: it is now possible to communicate in your sleep and even solve mathematical problems.

This is an automated machine translation of an article published by Business Insider in a different language. Machine translations can generate errors or inaccuracies; we will continue the work to improve these translations. You can find the original version here.Dreams have always fascinated scientists and non-scientists alike, since all human beings dream, even if they cannot remember them.In addition, the dream world has almost always provoked a certain aura of mystery for society as a whole,...
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The Latest: Biden to mark 500,000 lives lost with ceremony

By The Associated Press WASHINGTON __ President Joe Biden will mark the U.S. crossing 500,000 lives lost from COVID-19 with a moment of silence and candle lighting ceremony at the White House. The nation is expected to pass the grim milestone on Monday, just over a year after the first confirmed U.S. fatality due to the novel coronavirus. The White House said Biden will deliver remarks at sunset to honor those who lost their lives. He will be joined by first lady Jill Biden and Vice President Ka...
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The Latest: New Zealand to remove restrictions from Auckland

By The Associated Press WELLINGTON, New Zealand — New Zealand will remove remaining coronavirus restrictions from Auckland on Monday after an outbreak discovered in the largest city fades away. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said more than 72,000 tests had found no evidence the virus was spreading in the community. Auckland was placed into a three-day lockdown this month after a mother, father and daughter tested positive. Another five contacts later tested positive. After the lockdown ended, Auc...
Tags: Health, Europe, Business, England, New York, Texas, London, Nbc, Abc, California, Washington, Oregon, White House, China, Germany, Russia



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