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Articles from City AM (London, England) (August 5, 2019)

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Almost half of firms fear post- Brexit skills gap. 325
Aluminium firm seeks advice on US crime charge. 186
Arqiva owners consider splitting up company after ditching PS6bn float. 168
Ashley's Sports Direct emerges as preferred buyer for Jack Wills. 111
Ashtead to slash pensions for its top executives. 283
Bailey stresses importance of Bank of England independence. 139
BBC 'pulling a fast one' on indie producers over Britbox changes. 176
BEST OF THE BROKERS; To appear in Best of the Brokers, email your research to notes@cityam.com. 289
BEST OF TWITTER. 198
Britain can unlock investment opportunities across the world. 653
Britain's small businesses face 10,000 cyber attacks each day. 176
BT mulls offloading legal tech firm Tikit amid broadband push. 158
Business has a big problem with booze; OFFICE POLITICS Here's why drinking should no longer be a non-avoidable part of the working world. 649
CITY DRAW FIRST BLOOD; Guardiola's side land the first blow on their title rivals in curtain-raiser, writes Felix Keith. 682
CITY MOVES WHO'S SWITCHING JOBS. 391
Cobham family urges ministers to stop takeover. 318
Events app Fever books $35m in a funding round driven by Rakuten. 213
FUND SPOTLIGHT: RATHBONE ETHICAL BOND FUND; INTERACTIVE INVESTOR TALK Dzmitry Lipski, discusses ethical investing and looks at the aims of the Rathbone Ethical Bond fund. 651
Government bid to strike down rail ruling fails. 227
Greg Clark eyes role as Treasury committee boss. 278
Heathrow workers call off strike at the last minute as talks rumble on. 227
Hong Kong government: riots pushing city to 'dangerous edge'. 164
HOURS IN... TRAVEL. 172
HOW ROBOTS ARE TAKING OVER ADLAND; Copywriters beware, this AI marketing company is set to change the way you work, reports Luke Graham. 948
How the Anglosphere ideology will fuel the PM's foreign policy. 831
Legal & General modular homes venture suffers mounting losses. 108
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Love in the air. Letter to the editor 244
LIVE IT UP IN LISBON; Laura Millarmixes traditional and modern in Portugal's atmospheric capital. 488
London's finance sector must stand up for itself; THE CITY VIEW. 420
Naked Wines hopes US float will be recipe for success after Majestic sale. 173
Online retailer sales boosted by fast fashion. 281
Only 200 Bangladeshi garment factories passed safety inspections. 199
Quick EU-Swiss treaty deal needs 'miracle'. 168
REMAIN MPS: WE CAN STILL BLOCK BORIS. 488
Ride-hailing giant Uber's drive for long London licence facing TFL snub. 186
Russian opposition plans new protest following 1,000 arrests. 144
Should we be worried about police use of facial recognition technology? DEBATE. 352
SMITH REPEATS THE TRICK; Australian batsman grinds England into the dirt with century, writes Felix Keith. 626
Starling to break even as bank customers double. 352
TERROR IN US At least 29 dead after two separate mass shootings. JAMES BOOTH @Jamesdbooth1 186
The Brexit clock is ticking down again, and City businesses are crying out for certainty. 538
Trump's tweet sends FTSE to worst 2019 day; LONDON REPORT. 396
Uber investors awaiting end of tech cash burn. 173
UK business confidence remains negative but showing improvement. 175
UK's stuttering economy hitting listed firm profits. 397
Wall St sinks to one-month low on trade; NEW YORK REPORT. 325
Weaker sterling boosts profit for UK hotel groups. 339
WHAT THE OTHER PAPERS SAY THIS MORNING. 439

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