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European Union · Aarhus
New green EU demands will cost business billions: Now Business Secretary will shrink bill
There needs to be fewer requirements for sustainability reporting and it needs to be automated. This is how Business Minister Morten Bødskov says, who has taken the fight with him to Brussels.See the Story
Aarhus · Aarhus
Famous artist's apartment put up for sale: Costs 550 million less than his most expensive work
The apartment costs about 550 million less than the artist's most expensive work.See the Story
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Business · New York
AI may affect 300 million jobs but will boost global economy and labour productivity
Artificial intelligence (AI) could replace the equivalent of 300 million full-time jobs, a report by investment bank Goldman Sachs says. It could replace a quarter of work tasks in the US and Europe but may also mean new jobs and a productivity boom.See the Story
41% Right coverage: 23 sources
Europe · Frankfurt
ECB raises rates as planned despite banking turmoil
The European Central Bank raised interest rates by 50 basis points on Thursday as promised, ignoring financial market chaos and calls by investors to dial back policy tightening at least until sentiment stabilises.See the Story
40% Center coverage: 63 sources
Europe · Bern
Toblerone chocolate maker drops iconic Matterhorn design due to rules on 'Swissness'
Toblerone chocolate bars will soon no longer have their iconic Matterhorn mountain peak on their packaging, due to the brand's U.S. owner moving some production outside of Switzerland, reports say. See the Story
60% Center coverage: 121 sources
Vladimir Putin · Moscow
Oligarch Warns Russia May Run Out of Money in 2024
Billionaire Oleg Deripaska said Russia could find its coffers empty already next year and needs investment from “friendly” countries to break the hold of sanctions on the economy, Bloomberg reports.See the Story
63% Center coverage: 30 sources
Business · Washington
Fed increases rates a quarter point and signals a potential end to hikes
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday approved its 10th interest rate increase in just a little over a year and dropped a tentative hint that the current tightening cycle is at an end.See the Story
56% Center coverage: 156 sources
Europe · London
New AI tool can spot lung cancer better than any existing method, says study
The algorithm was designed by experts at the Royal Marsden NHS foundation trust, the Institute of Cancer Research, London, and Imperial College London. It was found to outperform current methods, said a study published in the Lancet's eBioMedicine journal. The method still had to undergo additional testing before it could be used in healthcare settings.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 12 sources
ANZ's CEO says banking turmoil has potential to trigger financial crisis
The global financial crisis has the potential to be a repeat of 2008, says the head of Australia's No.4 bank. He says the country is in a better position than other countries to deal with the crisis. But he says it is too soon to tell if the crisis will be a long-term problem.See the Story
43% Right coverage: 7 sources
Unions · Copenhagen
Lizette Risgaard acknowledges and apologises for inappropriate behaviour
The supreme leader of the trade union movement has personally convened the executive committee of the Trade Union Movement's Main Organisation for an emergency meeting on Friday morning.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 2 sources