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Dag van de Duurzaamheid

Vandaag vrijdag 9 oktober is de landelijke Dag van de Duurzaamheid! Graag brengen we u op de hoogte van het feit dat er voor het zevende jaar op rij weer

Bamboe Fiets Avontuur

Het zomerse aanbod van EerlijkeKansen: een week lang een bamboe fiets te leen, om te ervaren hoe fantastisch het fietst en om – wie weet – goede sier mee te

People’s Climate March Amsterdam | 21 september

Op zondag 21 september vindt de wereldwijde People’s Climate March plaats. De grootste klimaatmars ooit georganiseerd in New York, Berlijn, Seoul, Parijs, Melbourne, Londen…. en Amsterdam. Dit event is gepland vlak

Meld je aan voor de Voorleesactie | Dag van de Duurzaamheid

De Dag van de Duurzaamheid op 10 oktober start met de voorleesactie op honderden basisscholen door heel Nederland. Het is inmiddels de zesde editie van de Voorleesactie.

Vandebron, stroom van de boer

Vandebron is de eerste energieleverancier bij wie je energie rechtstreeks van een duurzame bron koopt. Waarom Vandebron Het idee voor Vandebron ontstaat in 2013 wanneer Remco Wilcke, Matthijs Guichelaar, Aart van Veller en Michael

CMA provisionally clears SSE-Npower retail energy merger

Source: Financial Times

Sales jump 50% at lender Amigo but profits diluted by IPO costs

Source: Financial Times

Travel stores taking flight at WH Smith

Madrid airport and Rio de Janeiro openings bring number of international shops close to 300
Source: Financial Times

The sanctions dance

Vladimir Putin reminds Europe’s hawks that he still has friends in a divided EU
Source: Financial Times

Deutsche Bank chief calls for ‘unified regulation in Europe’

Christian Sewing says fragmented rules are a hindrance to cross-border M&A
Source: Financial Times

Opening Quote: Petrofac’s £3.3bn oil rig journey

Source: Financial Times

Chinese police investigating possible customer data leak from hotel operator

Huazhu Hotels Group said it was looking into whether the data were for sale online
Source: Financial Times

French consumer spending gets third quarter off to lacklustre start

Source: Financial Times

Nafta deal hopes support stocks but China misses out

Europe set to rise after gains across much of Asia, focus shifts to talks with Canada
Source: Financial Times

Turkish lira slides again on pastor row and bank downgrades

Currency has fallen by around 40% this year
Source: Financial Times

Pernod Ricard quenches Asia’s thirst as global sales rise 

Source: Financial Times

Grant Thornton fined £3m for ‘misconduct’ linked to pair of audits

Source: Financial Times

Myanmar brands UN genocide accusations as ‘false allegations’

UN report called for military leadership to face international justice
Source: Financial Times

British Gas pays out £2.65m for overcharging customers

Energy supplier wrongly imposed exit fees on more than a thousand households
Source: Financial Times

Strong sales at Gym Group as brand expands

Source: Financial Times

German consumers shake off US trade war fears

Source: Financial Times

Trump claims China hacked Clinton emails

President offers no evidence for his claim, which follows a series of setbacks
Source: Financial Times

Johnston Press ad revenues hit by Google and Facebook changes

The i newspaper was a rare bright spot for the media group
Source: Financial Times

Aston Martin to launch London IPO

Luxury carmaker has been bankrupt seven times, but is now heading for a £5bn valuation
Source: Financial Times

Fast Europe Open: Germany consumer confidence, UK house prices

Source: Financial Times