Ireland is adequately prepared for a disorderly Brexit, finance minister says

Ireland is adequately prepared for a disorderly Brexit, finance minister says7 Hours AgoThe U.K.’s recently-granted Brexit extension is seen as a positive development in Ireland, but the government is encouraging Irish companies to make all necessary preparations to cope with a potential disorderly Brexit, Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche during the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C.


Ireland is adequately prepared for a disorderly Brexit, finance minister says7 Hours AgoThe U.K.’s recently-granted Brexit extension is seen as a positive development in Ireland, but the government is encouraging Irish companies to make all necessary preparations to cope with a potential disorderly Brexit, Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche during the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C.
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Ireland is adequately prepared for a disorderly Brexit, finance minister says

Ireland is adequately prepared for a disorderly Brexit, finance minister says

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The U.K.’s recently-granted Brexit extension is seen as a positive development in Ireland, but the government is encouraging Irish companies to make all necessary preparations to cope with a potential disorderly Brexit, Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche during the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C.


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Theresa May says she will quit as UK prime minister if the Brexit deal happens

British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced she will step down as the leader of the United Kingdom if her Brexit deal finally secures a majority in Parliament, allowing a successor to take the lead on future negotiations with the European Union. One attendee of the meeting, Conservative lawmaker James Cartlidge, told BBC News that May was not prepared to stay on and negotiate the U.K.’s future relationship with Europe. British lawmakers have twice already refused to sign off on May’s Brexit


British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced she will step down as the leader of the United Kingdom if her Brexit deal finally secures a majority in Parliament, allowing a successor to take the lead on future negotiations with the European Union. One attendee of the meeting, Conservative lawmaker James Cartlidge, told BBC News that May was not prepared to stay on and negotiate the U.K.’s future relationship with Europe. British lawmakers have twice already refused to sign off on May’s Brexit
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Theresa May says she will quit as UK prime minister if the Brexit deal happens

British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced she will step down as the leader of the United Kingdom if her Brexit deal finally secures a majority in Parliament, allowing a successor to take the lead on future negotiations with the European Union.

“I am prepared to leave this job earlier than I intended in order to do what is right for our party and country,” she said at a meeting of a powerful lobby of Conservative lawmakers known as the “1922 Committee,” according to media reports.

One attendee of the meeting, Conservative lawmaker James Cartlidge, told BBC News that May was not prepared to stay on and negotiate the U.K.’s future relationship with Europe.

“My recollection is that she said she would not remain in the post for the next phase of negotiations, the implication being that once the Withdrawal Agreement has passed, she would make way for someone else.”

British lawmakers have twice already refused to sign off on May’s Brexit “Withdrawal Deal” and the first rejection marked the biggest U.K. Parliament defeat in modern political history. It’s expected she will attempt to bring a third vote to Parliament in the coming days.

May’s timetabled departure is seen as key for securing a switch in votes from the right-wing euroskeptic element in her party who want a different leader to take the reins for the next stage of negotiations with Europe.

Heavy jostling between Brexit-supporting Conservative lawmakers to become Britain’s next prime minister is now predicted.

The leadership battle comes at a time of massive political uncertainty for the U.K., as Westminster continues to wrestle with the result of the June 2016 Brexit referendum which saw the British public vote to leave the European union.


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House Oversight Committee requests 10 years of Trump financial records

House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., has requested a decade’s worth of President Donald Trump’s financial records from an accounting firm that prepared several years of financial statements for Trump, according to a letter Cummings sent on March 20, but which was only released on Wednesday. The move represents an escalation of congressional Democrats’ longstanding interest in obtaining Trump’s financial records. Michael Cohen, the president’s former personal lawyer, turned


House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., has requested a decade’s worth of President Donald Trump’s financial records from an accounting firm that prepared several years of financial statements for Trump, according to a letter Cummings sent on March 20, but which was only released on Wednesday. The move represents an escalation of congressional Democrats’ longstanding interest in obtaining Trump’s financial records. Michael Cohen, the president’s former personal lawyer, turned
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House Oversight Committee requests 10 years of Trump financial records

House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., has requested a decade’s worth of President Donald Trump’s financial records from an accounting firm that prepared several years of financial statements for Trump, according to a letter Cummings sent on March 20, but which was only released on Wednesday.

The move represents an escalation of congressional Democrats’ longstanding interest in obtaining Trump’s financial records. Trump refused to release his tax returns during his 2016 presidential campaign, making him the first major party nominee not to do so in three decades.

Cummings’ letter is addressed to Victor Wahba, CEO of Mazars USA, a New York-based accounting firm that prepared statements of financial condition for Trump covering 2011, 2012 and 2013, that were prepared to help the real estate mogul secure a loan. Michael Cohen, the president’s former personal lawyer, turned those documents over to the committee this year ahead of his February 27 testimony.

Cohen provided the documents as evidence to support his claim that Trump had submitted false financial statements to Deutsche Bank in order to get financing to buy the Buffalo Bills NFL team. Cohen also alleged that Trump submitted false information to an insurance company, and that he may have deflated the value of his real estate assets in order to lower his tax bill.

The documents signed by Mazars, Cummings wrote to Wahba, “raise questions about the President’s representations of his financial affairs on these forms and on other disclosures, particularly relating to the President’s debts.”

Specifically, Cummings questioned why the financial statements that Mazars had prepared for Trump included:

A stated increase of $4 billion to Trump’s total net worth between 2012 and 2013 that was attributed to “brand value,” a metric that did not appear on either the 2011 or 2012 financial statements the committee received from Cohen. A line in the 2012 financial statement which said that two of Trump’s biggest debts, related to Trump Tower properties in Las Vegas and in Chicago, were being omitted from that year’s tabulation. A line in both the 2011 and 2012 financial statements which stated that Trump had determined the value that his personal reputation brought to “real estate licensing developments” that were still being negotiated was $110 million in 2011 and $85 million the following year. An interest rate in 2012 for a $125 million loan Trump received from Deutsche Bank that was significantly higher than the interest rate Trump later reported paying on that same debt in his 2015 federal financial disclosure forms, which Trump submitted to the Federal Election Commission.

Wahba was given until April 3 to furnish the requested documents to the committee. It was unclear Wednesday how Mazars plans to respond to Cummings request. A spokeswoman for the firm did not immediately reply to a request for comment Wednesday afternoon from CNBC.

Earlier in the day Wednesday, two of the Oversight Committee’s most outspoken Republicans, Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan and North Carolina Rep. Mark Meadows, had released their own letter to Cummings, in which they claimed that the document request “appears to depart from responsible and legitimate oversight,” and was meant “solely to embarrass President Trump and to advance the relentless Democrat attacks upon the Trump administration.”

Cummings dismissed the criticism, telling Politico that “If they had their way, the committee would just close up shop for the next two years, but that is not what the American people elected us to do.”


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Huawei built software for smartphones and laptops in case it can’t use Microsoft or Google products

Huawei has built its own operating system for smartphones and computers in case it is suddenly blocked from using U.S. software from Microsoft and Google, the Chinese company confirmed to CNBC on Friday. The world’s second-largest smartphone player by market share currently uses the Google-developed Android mobile operating system for its handsets and Microsoft’s Windows for its laptops and tablets. “We have prepared our own operating system. Should it ever happen that we can no longer use these


Huawei has built its own operating system for smartphones and computers in case it is suddenly blocked from using U.S. software from Microsoft and Google, the Chinese company confirmed to CNBC on Friday. The world’s second-largest smartphone player by market share currently uses the Google-developed Android mobile operating system for its handsets and Microsoft’s Windows for its laptops and tablets. “We have prepared our own operating system. Should it ever happen that we can no longer use these
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Huawei built software for smartphones and laptops in case it can't use Microsoft or Google products

Huawei has built its own operating system for smartphones and computers in case it is suddenly blocked from using U.S. software from Microsoft and Google, the Chinese company confirmed to CNBC on Friday.

The world’s second-largest smartphone player by market share currently uses the Google-developed Android mobile operating system for its handsets and Microsoft’s Windows for its laptops and tablets.

Richard Yu, the CEO of Huawei’s consumer division, told German publication Die Welt in a recent interview, that the company had a back-up operating system, if for some reason, it was blocked from using American-made software.

“We have prepared our own operating system. Should it ever happen that we can no longer use these systems, we would be prepared,” Yu said, according to a translation of the original German text.

“That’s our plan B. But of course we prefer to work with the ecosystems of Google and Microsoft.”

Yu’s comments were confirmed to CNBC by a Huawei spokesperson on Friday who said the back-up systems would only be used in “extenuating circumstances” and were “there for basic business continuity in a worst-case scenario.”

“We don’t expect to use them and to be honest, we don’t want to use them. We fully support our partners’ operating systems — we love using them and our customers love using them,” the spokesperson said.


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Here are the 10 cities where seniors are most prepared for retirement

Online personal finance portal SmartAsset and its SmartAdvisor Match service surveyed and compiled a list of the U.S.cities where seniors are most prepared for retirement. “But in some locales,” SmartAsset said, “retirees are bucking the trend and living a life full of the pleasures that come with careful retirement planning and financial security.” SmartAsset looked at seven criteria: percent of seniors with retirement income, retirement income levels, food stamp reliance, poverty rate, home-ow


Online personal finance portal SmartAsset and its SmartAdvisor Match service surveyed and compiled a list of the U.S.cities where seniors are most prepared for retirement. “But in some locales,” SmartAsset said, “retirees are bucking the trend and living a life full of the pleasures that come with careful retirement planning and financial security.” SmartAsset looked at seven criteria: percent of seniors with retirement income, retirement income levels, food stamp reliance, poverty rate, home-ow
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Here are the 10 cities where seniors are most prepared for retirement

Online personal finance portal SmartAsset and its SmartAdvisor Match service surveyed and compiled a list of the U.S.cities where seniors are most prepared for retirement. The company noted that Northwestern Mutual has found more than a fifth of Americans, overall, have nothing saved for their retirement, and that government analyses show that those families that do have retirement savings accounts have only $1,100 saved up on average. “But in some locales,” SmartAsset said, “retirees are bucking the trend and living a life full of the pleasures that come with careful retirement planning and financial security.”

SmartAsset looked at seven criteria: percent of seniors with retirement income, retirement income levels, food stamp reliance, poverty rate, home-ownership rate, the housing cost–burdened rate for seniors, and housing costs as a percent of retirement income.

Among SmartAsset’s findings: Arizona is home to three cities with seniors who are “financially well prepared for retirement.” The state is also a favorite destination for out-of-state retirees looking to make a move, perhaps accounting for its high retirement-preparedness scores, according to the company.

Large U.S. cities, meanwhile, scored poorly. New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, where retirees may find housing costs and living expenses challenging, all landed in the bottom 10 of the SmartAsset ranking.

Here’s a look at the 10 cities where seniors are best prepared for their retirement:

Source: SmartAsset (Note: SmartAsset’s analysis also included percentage of senior-headed households with retirement income, housing costs as percentage of said income and percentage of said households using food stamps. These numbers do not appear here.)


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Chinese premier: ‘We must be fully prepared for a tough struggle’

China must be prepared for a “tough struggle” as the country faces a “grave and more complicated environment,” Premier Li Keqiang said at the opening of the annual National People’s Congress on Tuesday, the country’s annual parliamentary meeting. “We must be fully prepared for a tough struggle,” Li told a delegation of nearly 3,000 representatives. “The difficulties we face must not be underestimated, our confidence must not be weakened, and the energy we bring to our work must not be allowed to


China must be prepared for a “tough struggle” as the country faces a “grave and more complicated environment,” Premier Li Keqiang said at the opening of the annual National People’s Congress on Tuesday, the country’s annual parliamentary meeting. “We must be fully prepared for a tough struggle,” Li told a delegation of nearly 3,000 representatives. “The difficulties we face must not be underestimated, our confidence must not be weakened, and the energy we bring to our work must not be allowed to
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Chinese premier: 'We must be fully prepared for a tough struggle'

China must be prepared for a “tough struggle” as the country faces a “grave and more complicated environment,” Premier Li Keqiang said at the opening of the annual National People’s Congress on Tuesday, the country’s annual parliamentary meeting.

“We must be fully prepared for a tough struggle,” Li told a delegation of nearly 3,000 representatives. “The difficulties we face must not be underestimated, our confidence must not be weakened, and the energy we bring to our work must not be allowed to wane.”

This year’s meeting comes amid tariff tensions with the U.S. — China’s largest trading partner — which have placed immense pressure on China’s economy and financial markets.

In prepared remarks, according to an official English handout, Li warned that there will be greater risks ahead for the world’s second largest economy.

“A full analysis of developments in and outside China shows that in pursuing development this year, we will face a graver and more complicated environment as well as risks and challenges, foreseeable and otherwise, that are greater in number and size,” Li said.


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Bentley is prepared for a hard Brexit, CEO says

Bentley is prepared for a hard Brexit, CEO says3 Hours AgoAdrian Hallmark, chairman and CEO of Bentley, discusses the preparations the luxury carmaker has made for Brexit and the company’s presence in China.


Bentley is prepared for a hard Brexit, CEO says3 Hours AgoAdrian Hallmark, chairman and CEO of Bentley, discusses the preparations the luxury carmaker has made for Brexit and the company’s presence in China.
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Bentley is prepared for a hard Brexit, CEO says

Bentley is prepared for a hard Brexit, CEO says

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Adrian Hallmark, chairman and CEO of Bentley, discusses the preparations the luxury carmaker has made for Brexit and the company’s presence in China.


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Cadbury is hiring chocolate testers—no experience necessary, but be prepared for ‘choco-challenges’

Sampling chocolates is a pastime many of us pay money to indulge in, but the makers of Cadbury want to change that and instead reward people willing to taste test their new creations. Mondelez International, the company behind sweet brands like Cadbury, Oreo, Milka and Green & Blacks, is looking for four people to join its chocolate-tasting team. The company will train its tasters, meaning no formal qualifications are needed. As part of the selection process, applicants will be tested on their a


Sampling chocolates is a pastime many of us pay money to indulge in, but the makers of Cadbury want to change that and instead reward people willing to taste test their new creations. Mondelez International, the company behind sweet brands like Cadbury, Oreo, Milka and Green & Blacks, is looking for four people to join its chocolate-tasting team. The company will train its tasters, meaning no formal qualifications are needed. As part of the selection process, applicants will be tested on their a
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Cadbury is hiring chocolate testers—no experience necessary, but be prepared for 'choco-challenges'

Sampling chocolates is a pastime many of us pay money to indulge in, but the makers of Cadbury want to change that and instead reward people willing to taste test their new creations.

Mondelez International, the company behind sweet brands like Cadbury, Oreo, Milka and Green & Blacks, is looking for four people to join its chocolate-tasting team.

The best part about this dream job? No experience is required.

The company will train its tasters, meaning no formal qualifications are needed. All they ask is that you have a “passion for confectionery,” “tastebuds for detection,” give honest opinions and be eager to try new products.

Sounds simple enough, until you get to the “choco-challenges.” As part of the selection process, applicants will be tested on their ability to detect subtle taste differences between chocolate products. So if you’re the person who thinks they can taste when there’s an extra pinch of sugar in this milk chocolate vs. that one, this may be your new calling.


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Cadbury is hiring chocolate testers—no experience necessary, but be prepared for ‘choco-challenges’

Sampling chocolates is a pastime many of us pay money to indulge in, but the makers of Cadbury want to change that and instead reward people willing to taste test their new creations. Mondelez International, the company behind sweet brands like Cadbury, Oreo, Milka and Green & Blacks, is looking for four people to join its chocolate-tasting team. The company will train its tasters, meaning no formal qualifications are needed. As part of the selection process, applicants will be tested on their a


Sampling chocolates is a pastime many of us pay money to indulge in, but the makers of Cadbury want to change that and instead reward people willing to taste test their new creations. Mondelez International, the company behind sweet brands like Cadbury, Oreo, Milka and Green & Blacks, is looking for four people to join its chocolate-tasting team. The company will train its tasters, meaning no formal qualifications are needed. As part of the selection process, applicants will be tested on their a
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Cadbury is hiring chocolate testers—no experience necessary, but be prepared for 'choco-challenges'

Sampling chocolates is a pastime many of us pay money to indulge in, but the makers of Cadbury want to change that and instead reward people willing to taste test their new creations.

Mondelez International, the company behind sweet brands like Cadbury, Oreo, Milka and Green & Blacks, is looking for four people to join its chocolate-tasting team.

The best part about this dream job? No experience is required.

The company will train its tasters, meaning no formal qualifications are needed. All they ask is that you have a “passion for confectionery,” “tastebuds for detection,” give honest opinions and be eager to try new products.

Sounds simple enough, until you get to the “choco-challenges.” As part of the selection process, applicants will be tested on their ability to detect subtle taste differences between chocolate products. So if you’re the person who thinks they can taste when there’s an extra pinch of sugar in this milk chocolate vs. that one, this may be your new calling.


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Aston Martin CEO: No-deal Brexit is here

Aston Martin CEO: No-deal Brexit is here5:53 AM ET Thu, 28 Feb 2019Andy Palmer tells CNBC how the U.K. luxury car maker has prepared for Britain’s new relationship with Europe.


Aston Martin CEO: No-deal Brexit is here5:53 AM ET Thu, 28 Feb 2019Andy Palmer tells CNBC how the U.K. luxury car maker has prepared for Britain’s new relationship with Europe.
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Aston Martin CEO: No-deal Brexit is here

Aston Martin CEO: No-deal Brexit is here

5:53 AM ET Thu, 28 Feb 2019

Andy Palmer tells CNBC how the U.K. luxury car maker has prepared for Britain’s new relationship with Europe.


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