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Greens triumph as German governing parties perform poorly

BERLIN (AP) — Germany’s governing parties were headed for their worst post-World War II showing in a nationwide election on Sunday amid discontent with their stuttering performance over the past year, with the Greens surging to second place in the European Parliament vote amid increasing concern about climate change. Projections for ARD and ZDF public […]
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Exclusive: Russia to take back dirty oil back from Belarus - sources

Russia plans to take back around 1 million tonnes of contaminated oil from Belarus, cleaning up the Druzhba export pipeline section leading to Poland and Germany, four industry sources familiar with the plan told Reuters.
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Exclusive: Russia plans to import dirty oil back from Belarus - sources

Russia plans to take back around 1 million tonnes of contaminated oil from Belarus, cleaning up the Druzhba export pipeline section leading to Poland and Germany, four industry sources familiar with the plan told Reuters.
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Global shares bounce back after Wall Street sell-off

TOKYO (AP) — Global shares have bounced back following an overnight sell-off on Wall Street. Britain’s FTSE 100 jumped 0.6% to 7,270.62 early Friday as Prime Minister Theresa May announced plans to resign as of June 7. France’s CAC 40 added 0.8% to 5,324.03, while Germany’s DAX rose nearly 0.9% to 12,057.02. U.S. shares also […]
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UK negotiates loophole in Saudi export ban to sell planes to Yemen

Government will continue to supply aircraft to be used in war, says Jeremy Hunt The UK government has negotiated a loophole in a German arms export ban to Saudi Arabia that will ensure UK-supplied planes will continue to be used in the war in Yemen, the foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has confirmed.The news is contained in two unpublished letters from cabinet ministers to the parliamentary Committee on Arms Export Controls (CEAC). The aircraft, Tornado fighter bombers and Eurofighter Typhoons, a...
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Deutsche Bank CEO pledges tough investment bank cuts as shares hit low

Deutsche Bank's chief executive promised shareholders "tough cutbacks" at its underperforming investment bank on Thursday as he battled to convince them he can turn around Germany's biggest lender, whose shares hit a record low.
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European Central bankers hold out hope for growth rebound

Top officials at the European Central Bank at their last meeting held on to their hopes for a return to stronger economic growth in the second half of the year even as they underlined their readiness to deploy more stimulus if needed.
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Germany's Bosch fined $100 million over diesel scandal

German prosecutors have fined auto components and technology company Robert Bosch GmbH 90 million euros ($100 million) over its role in the diesel emissions scandal that erupted at Volkswagen in 2015.
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Deutsche Bank ready for ‘tough cuts’ as share price sags

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The CEO of Deutsche Bank says he is ready to make “tough cuts” to improve the struggling bank’s profitability and raise a “disappointing” share price as negative headlines continue to plague Germany’s biggest bank. Christian Sewing made the remarks Thursday in front of restive shareholders at the bank’s annual meeting in […]
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Deutsche Bank ready for more cuts as share price sags

The CEO of Deutsche Bank says he is ready to make "tough cuts" as he aims to strengthen the struggling bank's profitability and raise a "disappointing" share price.
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From Air Force to Auto Repair: Jason Brennan’s Journey to Owning One of the Top Shops in the South Suburbs of Chicago

From Air Force to Auto Repair: Jason Brennan’s Journey to Owning One of the Top Shops in the South Suburbs of Chicago Many veterans have trouble re-assimilating into their civilian life and into the private sector upon return. Luckily for Jason Brennan, owner of Fine Tune Automotive , he had a passion for fixing things starting at a young age and a dedicated wife and mother who supported his business pursuits. It wasn’t an easy journey – many weeks he worked 16 hour days 7 days a week – but ...
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World shares mixed following advance on Wall Street

BANGKOK (AP) — World shares were mixed Wednesday after a rebound in technology stocks helped power an overnight rally on Wall Street. After a day of modest gains in Asia, Britain’s FTSE 100 rose 0.4% to 7,360.41, while the DAX in Germany edged 0.1% higher to 12,152.04. The CAC 40 in France slipped 0.2% to […]
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How to change the mind of an anti-vaxxer

Talking to people who have experienced vaccine-preventable diseases changes minds. Seventy percent of Brigham Young University students shifted their vaccine-hesitant stance. This research arrives during a year in which 880 measles cases have been identified in America. None There is no greater teacher than experience — or the experience of others, it turns out. Educating the anti-vaxx population has proven to be challenging, yet a new intervention conducted by researchers at Brigham Young Univ...
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Raisin rides into the U.S. with its savings and investment marketplace

Raisin, the pan-European fintech marketplace for savings and investment products, is headed to the U.S., announcing plans to roll out a similar offering across the pond. The German company, which is backed by the likes of PayPal, Index Ventures, Ribbit Capital and Thrive Capital, wants to bring greater competition and easier savings and deposit account opening to U.S. customers. The deposits market in the U.S. is said to be $12.7 trillion, and yet Raisin claims most Americans could be getting...
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Exclusive: Russian pipeline restart hit by dirty oil evacuation problems

Hopes for a speedy resumption of oil exports from Russia to Poland and Germany along the Druzhba pipeline route are fading after plans to remove dirty oil from the pipeline had a major setback last week, three trading sources said.
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Factbox: Russian oil flows to Europe drop amid contamination

Russia halted oil flows along the Druzhba pipeline to Eastern Europe and Germany in April because of contaminated crude, contributing to a rise in global oil prices and leaving refiners in Europe scrambling to find supplies.
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The HOW of Change™

Because I wanted choice over my actions, I’ve spent a good portion of my life coding the trajectory of change. I realized early on that knowing WHAT needed to be changed, WHAT doing it ’right’ entailed, and WHY I wanted to change, didn’t reliably lead me to successful change, regardless of my willpower and discipline. Even my attempts at Behavior Modification were unsuccessful. After studying brains and how they generated behaviors, I realized my problem: real change had to be unconscious and a...
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5 questions every US tech startup founder needs to ask before taking money from a foreign investor

From Japan's SoftBank to the Australian sovereign wealth fund, foreign money is pouring into Silicon Valley startups. While it may be tempting for founders to take large checks from generous investors, attorney Doreen Edelman said that US companies need to consider the risks they take when accepting foreign investments. Companies in industries like artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and robotics may see their foreign investments rejected by the US government on the grounds of nat...
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German far-right rules digital campaign for Europe election

BERLIN (AP) — The best polls put the far-right Alternative for Germany at less than 15 percent of the vote one week before European elections . But with their relentless Facebook messages, tweets and other social media posts, they’re dominating the other parties online. Like other right-wing parties in Europe, the party known as AfD […]
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‘Crypto exchange’ Goxtrade caught using other people’s photos on its staff page

Alleged cryptocurrency exchange Goxtrade bills itself as a “trusted platform for trading bitcoins,” but its staff page is filled with photos of people of pulled seemingly at random from the internet. The alleged exchange, which claimed to debut in 2017 yet its website is only a little more than a week old, used photos taken from social media profiles and other company websites not associated with the company. Bizarrely, the alleged exchange didn’t bother to change all of the names of the people ...
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Amazon squares up to Uber with backing for UK food app Deliveroo: Reuters

Amazon has taken a stake in British online food delivery company Deliveroo, leading a $575 million fundraising to pit itself against Uber Eats in the global race to dominate the market for takeaway meals. The news the world’s biggest online retailer had bought into one of Europe’s fastest growing tech companies sent shockwaves through the sector, hitting shares in European rivals Just Eat, and Delivery Hero. The online giants are betting the takeaway market will expand as it branche...
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Germany oil industry warns of challenges from contaminated Russian crude

Germany's industry group MWV on Friday said there were no shortages of gasoline or diesel arising from the crisis due to the contamination of crude oil on Russia's Druzhba pipeline, but warned of challenges if there was no improvement.
Tags: Money, Germany, Russia, businessNews, MWV, Druzhba

IMF urges German banking sector to accelerate restructuring

The International Monetary Fund on Friday urged Germany's banks to speed up their restructuring plans to become more profitable and reduce risks.
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Turmoil at Thyssenkrupp marks battle for Germany's economic identity

By Christoph Steitz, Tom Käckenhoff, Edward Taylor and Arno Schuetze
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Amazon leads $575M investment in Deliveroo

Amazon is taking a slice of Europe’s food delivery market after the U.S. e-commerce giant led a $575 million investment in Deliveroo . First reported by Sky yesterday, the Series G round was confirmed in from Deliveroo, which confirmed that existing backers including T. Rowe Price, Fidelity Management and Research Company, and Greenoaks also took part. The deal takes Deliveroo to just over $1.5 billion raised to date. The company was valued at over $2 billion following its previous raise ...
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European companies can't compete against global giants

Finance ministers say Europe is increasingly dependent on Chinese and US technologyIt boasts the world’s second biggest economy, a huge consumer market of about 500 million people and prodigious pools of talent and capital, not to mention two of the world’s most important financial centres.But Europe is struggling to match its great rivals, the US and China, in creating the kind of global firms that increasingly dominate the 21st-century marketplace. Continue reading...
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Trump weighs six-month window for EU, Japan to curb U.S. auto sales

President Donald Trump will give the EU and Japan 180 days to agree to a deal that would “limit or restrict” imports into the U.S. of automobiles and their parts in return for delaying new auto tariffs, according to a draft executive order seen by Bloomberg. According to the order, which people familiar with the matter say Trump is expected to sign this week, the administration has determined that imports of cars into the U.S. present a threat to national security because they have hurt domestic...
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Activists occupy German pipeline in anti-Nord Stream protest

Police say activists have occupied a building site in northern Germany to protest against the ongoing Nord Stream 2 pipeline project with Russia.
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Germany returns to growth; relief as Trump ‘delays car tariffs’ - as it happened

Germany’s economy has returned to growth, but retail spending has fallen in China and the USLatest: Trump to delay car tariffs US retail sales disappointChinese retail sales growth hits 16-year lowIntroduction: Germany grew by 0.4% in last quarterMinister: It’s a ray of hope 9.06pm BST Finally. the US stock market has ended higher for the second day running. 8.25pm BST German carmakers roared to the top of the Frankfurt stock market today.BMW gained 3.1% and Daimler rose by almost 3%, on...
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Wall Street rallies as Trump ‘delays car tariffs’ - business live

Germany’s economy has returned to growth, but retail spending has fallen in China and the USLatest: Trump to delay car tariffs US retail sales disappointChinese retail sales growth hits 16-year lowIntroduction: Germany grew by 0.4% in last quarterMinister: It’s a ray of hope 7.21pm BST Technology companies are leading today’s Wall Street rally.Alphabet (Google) is one of the top risers on the S&P 500, up over 4%, with Facebook (+3.3%) and Twitter (+3%) also standing proud on the leaderboard....
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