August Graham

(Staff)

January 2019 articles

Ineos will build the biggest new petrochemical plant in Europe for 20 years as it invests €3bn in Antwerp, the company said [...]

15 January

TV chef Jamie Oliver has defended his partnership with Shell as he prepares to launch a new deli range across the oil giant’s [...]

15 January

Dignity’s problems are not terminal it seems as the company beat market expectations to rake in a £79m profit. [...]

15 January

Premier Oil tried to calm stormy markets today as its shares dropped as much as 12.5 per cent after reports it was considering [...]

14 January

Newmont Mining Corporation will balloon to become the world’s largest gold company as it buys Goldcorp in a deal valued at [...]

14 January

Shares in US utilities company PG&E dropped by about half in pre-trading as the company said it will be bankrupted by huge [...]

14 January

Shares in Ophir Energy fell 2.2 per cent this morning as the company’s board rejected a takeover bid from Medco Global. [...]

14 January

Passengers flying on Cathay Pacific were again able to pick up cut-price first class tickets after a bug hit the airline’s [...]

14 January

Cheaper prices at the pumps pushed down US inflation for the first time in nine months in December. [...]

11 January

The 235,000 customers who were left in limbo earlier this week when supplier Economy Energy went bust have found a new home with [...]

11 January

Polish authorities have arrested a Huawei employee on spying charges as the Chinese telecoms equipment maker faces growing international [...]

11 January

City workers will face increased charges for leaving their cars at stations in Essex, in a second blow to commuters after fares [...]

11 January

Apple is reportedly planning to release three new iPhones in the autumn as it faces weakened demand in key markets for its top-selling [...]

11 January

Tens of thousands of so-called mortgage prisoners trapped in high interest rate loans, could be freed from their bonds by remortgaging [...]

10 January

Acacia Mining has been hit with a 300m Tanzanian shilling fine (£102,000) two days after the country appointed a new mining [...]

10 January