News Headlines - 31 March 2015

UK GDP rise beats expectations | Fundweb

The UK economy beat expectations of growth in the fourth quarter of last year, rising by 0.6 per cent.
The Office for National Statistics increased its measure of growth for the economy from 0.5 per cent – a surprise move. GDP rose 2.8 per cent in 2014, compared with 2013, revised up 0.2 percentage points from the previously published estimate.

Living standards key to UK election as data shows slowest recovery since 1920s | The Guardian

Living standards have been thrust to the centre of the general election campaign as official figures showed Britain is undergoing the slowest recovery since the 1920s and GDP per head still remains lower than levels before the recession.

McDonald’s Will Test Breakfast All Day at San Diego Stores - Bloomberg Business

McDonald’s Corp. will experiment with serving breakfast all day at some San Diego-area locations as Chief Executive Officer Steve Easterbrook seeks to pull the restaurant chain out of a U.S. sales slump.

Jay Z enlists top acts to promote new streaming service - FT.com

Jay Z has enlisted some of music’s biggest names as equity partners in his new streaming music service, offering stock and cash in exchange for promotional and marketing support from artists including Madonna and Kanye West.
At least 15 artists were named on Monday as co-owners of Tidal, the streaming service acquired by Jay Z, whose real name is Shawn Carter, via his recent $56m acquisition of Aspiro, a Swedish music company.

Jamie Oliver claims Gordon Ramsay is 'deeply jealous' of his success - NZ Herald News

Jamie Oliver has accused Gordon Ramsay of being consumed with envy over his multi-million success, which sees him worth almost twice as much as his Hell's Kitchen peer.








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