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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

UK pension annuities under threat as rates plummet

They turn savings into an income for life- but challenge has fallen sharplyThis week pension annuities collapsed to an all-time low-toned. So are they now a pointless...

6 Best Facebook Ads for Restaurants

The restaurant industry has always been a competitive one, and digital marketing for restaurants is becoming increasingly important to stay ahead. Email marketing, online community engagement, and...

Neura raises $16 million to help brands target online users based on real-world habits

Neura, a platform that helps developers personalize their apps to increase engagement using real-world activities and habits, has raised $16 million.Read MoreRead more: venturebeat.com

Spending review 2019: the chancellor’s key points at a glance

Sajid Javid is delivering his spring statement – here are the main points, with analysis• Spending review 2019 - live blog• Sajid Javid announces £2bn for Brexit...

PredictHQ meshes event data with machine learning to help airlines forecast demand

PredictHQ, which launched out of stealth last year, is meshing global event data with machine learning to help airlines predict demand.Read MoreRead more: venturebeat.com

Create Better Content: An Editing Guide for Non-Editors

Content marketing is a key component of companies’ efforts to enhance their influence and thought leadership in their industry. But far too many companies don’t prioritize quality....

Central banks were always political – so their ‘independence’ doesn’t mean much | Larry...

The separation of monetary and fiscal policy provides the neoliberal status quo. It won’t subsist the next crashIndependent central banks were once all the rage. Taking decisions...

Retailers call for action as high street store closures soar

Government urged to step in over crisis that has expensed tens of thousands of jobsRetailers and unions are calling for urgent government action to help struggling high...

Judge calls Facebook’s view on user privacy ‘so wrong’ as class-action lawsuit proceeds

A federal magistrate ordered Facebook to face most of a lawsuit striving impairments for letting third parties such as Cambridge Analytica access users’ private data.Read MoreRead more:...

UK GDP report to show Brexit summer slowdown – business live

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news 8.08 am BST Here’s some grim report - Northern Ireland’s economy may have already immersed into recession.A brand-new...

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