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Speech By Eurogroup President Mario Centeno At The London Business School, 16 April 2019 – A Source Of Stability: The Role Of The Euro In An Uncertain World

Thank you, Francisco, for the introduction – and thank you very much for the kind invitation to speak about the euro and its future. It is an honour and a pleasure to address you and come to the London Business School. Let me start with a disclaimer: I am not going to talk to you about Brexit today. I understand ...

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PODCAST: Airline Business team on Jet, Wow, Max, Turkey and China

The new edition of the Airline Business Podcast is now available. Join executive editor Graham Dunn and managing editor Lewis Harper as they discuss the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max, JetBlue Airways’ transatlantic launch, the collapse of Wow Air, the impact of the Boeing 737 Max grounding, and the opening of Turkish Airlines’ new mega-hub. Mavis Toh then joins ...

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Phil’s Dream Pit: Making it in the Risky Business of Barbecue

Making a go of it in the barbecue world is difficult enough. But when the economy is working against you, it’s just about impossible. I know two people who have beaten those odds. Phil and Dianna Pipkin run Phil’s Dream Pit, on Eastern Star Road outside Kingsport. They both had good corporate jobs. They had security. They had solid retirement ...

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Business France hosts energy digitization meet in UAE

Business France jointly with Evolen and the French Business Group recently hosted the 4th annual UAE France Oil and Gas Connecting Days focusing on digitalization, energy efficiency, new technologies for gas processing and plant operations. Launched in Abu Dhabi under the patronage of Ludovic Pouille, Ambassador of France to the United Arab Emirates, the two-day forum featured presentations of new ...

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Business case for solar has never been clearer: Solgen

It took a while but business has twigged to solar. The commercial solar sector grew by 45% last year, on the Clean Energy Council’s estimation, with 230MW of systems between 100kW and 5MW installed, up from 128MW in 2017. Sounds impressive, but that’s still only 0.8% of the green energy generated in Australia, so the secret to cutting power bills ...

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ABB names Voser as interim CEO after Spiesshofer quits

ABB Chairman Peter Voser has taken over as temporary chief executive at the Swiss engineering group, the company said on Wednesday, after CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer resigned. In a surprise move Spiesshofer, CEO since 2013, agreed with the board to step down and a search has begun for a successor, ABB said. The company… Business News

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