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Uniphar chairman Maurice Pratt. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Uniphar, the pharmaceuticals wholesaler and retailer chaired by Maurice Pratt, has begun sounding out potential investors for an initial public offer(...)

“It should not be normal to find evidence of plastics on the highest mountaintops and in the deepest oceans.”
Normality in the Anthropocene

I’ve never glued myself to a lorry, and I don’t have any immediate plans to do so. But I can’t help but feel inspired by the bravery of the people who(...)

When we meet in London, architect Sheila O’Donnell has just won Woman Architect of the Year at the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) awards(...)

Markus Villag, founder of Bolt. Photograph: Maxim Mjödov/The New York Times

Uber used to dominate ride-hailing in Poland and Kenya. Over the past two years, that started to change. In Poland, a small competitor opened a rival (...)

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg meeting leaders of  UK political parties at the House of Commons in  London to discuss the need for cross-party action to address  climate change.  Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Greta Thunberg, a 16-year-old Swedish schoolgirl, started her solo strike from school for climate activism outside the Swedish parliament in Stockholm(...)

Hozier performs in Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Hozier is among the nominations for this year’s Ivor Novello Awards. The Irish singer has been nominated for the best song musically and lyrically p(...)

UK chancellor Philip Hammond has fired the starting pistol on the government’s search for a new Bank of England governor to replace the central bank’s current chief, Mark Carney

UK chancellor Philip Hammond has fired the starting pistol on the government’s search for a new Bank of England governor to replace the central bank’s(...)

The bond sale represents the first time the country has sold debt with a 30-year maturity, and it comes three years after the country emerged from a painful bailout programme

Cyprus has seen strong demand for its inaugural 30-year bond sale in the latest sign of the country’s dramatic rebound since a fiscal and economic cri(...)

British prime minister Theresa May leaves after attending her local church service on Easter Sunday on April 21st. File photo: Jack Taylor/Getty

British prime minister Theresa May will attend Lyra McKee’s funeral at St Anne’s Cathedral in Belfast today, Downing Street has confirmed. She will (...)

Pete Redfern, chief executive of Taylor Wimpey: scrapped plans to buy  a discounted £2.04 million apartment due to “a personal decision”.  Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

It’s gratifying when a boss is keen to buy his company’s products, but it’s not so impressive when he’s been offered an incentive of several hundred t(...)

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