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Michael Gordona is the Business and Economics Editor at Investor Times

Rolls Royce in deal with Siemens

Rolls-Royce has agreed to buy the electric and hybrid-electric aerospace propulsion activities of Siemens (the eAircraft business). The acquisition is expected to...

Stunning apartment overlooking Tower Bridge

BLENHEIM HOUSE, ONE TOWER BRIDGE, LONDON £6,800,000

Best luxury care homes

The most luxurious care homes in the UK

An Unparalleled Wristwatch by Patek Philippe

An exceptionally rare wristwatch, designed by Patek Philippe, is being sold at Sotheby's New York auction with a guide price of between...
JD Luxury Express

China’s luxury white glove delivery service

JD.com, China’s largest retailer, is expanding its luxury white glove delivery service, JD Luxury Express, which offers personalised delivery by specially-trained...
National Express buys 60% stake in WeDriveU

National Express buys 60% stake in Silicon Valley shuttle company

National Express has bought a 60% stake in US firm WeDriveU for $84.3 million. WeDriveU provides employee shuttle...
CBI responds to new Article 50 extension

CBI welcomes Brexit extension

The Ibec/CBI Joint Business Council (JBC) have welcomed the European Council decision to extend the Brexit deadline until 31 October 2019 in...
GDP grew 0.3% in the three months to February 2019

UK Economy performs better than expected

The UK economy performed stronger than expected, with GDP growing by 0.3% in the three months to February 2019, despite concerns around...
Tesco profits up 34%

Tesco doubles dividend as profits surge

Tesco have almost doubled it dividend to 5.77p per share, a huge 92.3% increase from the previous year. The increase comes after...
Business activity falls for first time in over 2 years

Business activity declines for the first time in over two years

The latest data for March has shown a marginal reduction in business activity across the UK service sector, ending just over two...