Richard Reed

Richard Reed worked at a senior level in regional newspapers before becoming editor of a business magazine aimed at the start-up market. Since then he has freelanced for business and finance newspapers and magazines, including the Daily Telegraph, Investment Adviser (FT group), and Citywire.

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Alibaba
Alibaba leads ¥1.2bn purchase of stake in Wanda’s film unit

E-commerce giant Alibaba is leading the purchase of a $1.24bn (£882m) stake in fellow Chinese company Wanda’s film unit.

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amazon
Amazon settles €200m tax dispute with France

Amazon has settled its long-running tax dispute with the French authorities, the company has announced.

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customs control
UK confirms it will leave EU customs union

The UK government has confirmed that Britain will definitely be leaving the EU customs union after a week of conflict within the Conservative party.

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Car transporter
New car sales down again in January as drivers dump diesels

UK new car sales stayed in reverse gear during January, falling 6.3% on the same period in 2017 due to political uncertainty and fears over higher taxes on diesels.

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apple
Apple Music on course to overtake Spotify in US ‘this summer’

Apple Music is on course to overtake Spotify as the biggest music-streaming service in the US this summer, say experts.

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construction workers
200,000 new US jobs created in January

More than 200,000 new jobs were created in the US in January, with wages also growing at 2.9% compared with the previous year.

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sony
Man who turned around Sony stepping down as CEO

The man credited with turning around the fortunes of consumer electronics and media giant Sony is stepping down after six years at the helm.

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Bitcoin
Cryptocurrencies in freefall as Bitcoin drops below $8,000 for first time

Cryptocurrencies appear to be in freefall, with Bitcoin falling below the $8,000 for the first time since its meteoric rise last year.

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AstraZeneca
AstraZeneca annual profits down 25% but sales showing growth

UK pharma giant AstraZeneca has reported 4% sales growth and a 3% increase in revenue for the last quarter of 2017 – though annual profits were down 25%.

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Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank in the red for third year running

Banking giant Deutsche Bank has posted a loss for the third year running, citing short-term pain from president Trump’s tax reforms.

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Alibaba
Alibaba sales surge 56% in Q4 thanks to record Singles Day

Sales at Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba jumped 56% in the last quarter of 2017 thanks to record spending during its Singles Day promotion.

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salaries
US personal income rose $58.7bn in December

Personal income in America rose by $58.7bn in December, according to estimates released today – a rise of 0.4% on the previous month.

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Stockmarket risk
How to create a trading plan and manage risk

Whatever your long-term investment aims, it’s essential to have a trading plan to help you stick to the straight and narrow.

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Bombardier
Bombardier wins case against Boeing in subsidies dispute

Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier has won its case over US accusations of unfair government subsidies, safeguarding 4,000 jobs in Northern Ireland.

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iPhone X
Apple to halve production of flagship iPhone X

Apple is set to halve production of its new flagship iPhone X, according to leaked information from suppliers.

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