February 2, 2018 - It is with a mixture of emotion that we must inform you that Interceder will cease its service over the coming weeks. For nearly a decade we have been helping you find relevant information across thousands of news and social sources, to keep you abreast of the latest news. We’re a small team of two who have run Interceder outside of our regular day jobs and are intensely proud of what we managed to accomplish over the years. Through a lack of time to maintain the site and growing costs associated with acquiring, indexing, analysing and hosting content we will be shutting down Interceder for good. All things reach a natural end, but we could not be more grateful for the way you made us part of your day, so instead of saying goodbye we would just like to say thank you!

Business

Top stories

More

Latest stories

1m
WECT 6 Wilmington
County asking for public input on incentive packageNew Hanover County plans to hold a public hearing for a proposed incentive pack
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted a minute ago
New Hanover County plans to hold a public hearing for a proposed incentive package for National Gypsum Company Monday. The county and the City of Wilmington are considering spending more than a half million dollars in total to tempt a... Read more
5m
metro
You've got just two weeks to get rid of your old £10 notesThere are still a lot of the old £10 notes in circulation (Picture: PA) More t
metro / Posted 5 minutes ago
There are still a lot of the old £10 notes in circulation (Picture: PA) More than £2 billion worth of old-style £10 notes remain in circulation, with less than a fortnight to go until they are no longer accepted in UK shops. The Bank of England... Read more
27 related articles
10m
DW
ECB official held for question by Latvia's anti-corruption agency |Central bankers seek to soothe nerves after market turmoil 08.02.2018 Policyma
DW / Posted 10 minutes ago
Central bankers seek to soothe nerves after market turmoil 08.02.2018 Policymakers from the US Fed, the European Central Bank and the Bank of England have described the recent sell-off in stock markets as a healthy correction, saying this won't... Read more
10m
AllAfrica.com
Govt to Revive Abrasives Firm, Says Minister NcubeGovernement has intervened to revive Caridorn Abrasive, the country's sole prod
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 minutes ago
Governement has intervened to revive Caridorn Abrasive, the country's sole producer of abrasives, sand papers and explosives, which stopped operations due to water and electricity disconnections. The company stopped operations in 2010 after failing... Read more
10m
AllAfrica.com
Essar Deal Haunts Ziscosteel WorkersThe collapse of a Government and Essar Africa Holdings $750 million deal meant
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 minutes ago
The collapse of a Government and Essar Africa Holdings $750 million deal meant to revive Ziscosteel is still haunting employees of the steel giant who are reeling in debt due to loans they accessed from banks when the deal was signed in 2010. When... Read more
10m
AllAfrica.com
Moody's Downgrades KCB, Equity and Co-Operative BanksMoody's Investors Service has downgraded three Kenyan banks - KCB Group, Equity
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 minutes ago
Moody's Investors Service has downgraded three Kenyan banks - KCB Group, Equity and Co-operative - following the weakening of the credit profile of the government. In a statement, the rating agency said that the banks had been downgraded to B2 from... Read more
10m
AllAfrica.com
Dana Air Signs Interline Pact With Asky to Boost CapacityDana Air yesterday signed an interline agreement with Asky airline to boost its
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 minutes ago
Dana Air yesterday signed an interline agreement with Asky airline to boost its capacity. The deed was part of activities planned to meet the full implementation of open-air treaty. ASKY is a passenger airline founded on the initiative of West... Read more
10m
AllAfrica.com
UK Company to Survey Sh161 Billion Kakamega GoldAcacia Mining, a British company that has been exploring for gold in Kakamega,
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 minutes ago
Acacia Mining, a British company that has been exploring for gold in Kakamega, says it has started a survey to establish commercial viability of the deposits estimated at 1.1 million ounces of the precious metal. The announcement is a signal that... Read more
11m
AllAfrica.com
'Infrastructure Maintenance Should Be Key for Works Ministry'Windhoek — The newly appointed Minister of Works and Transport, John Mutorwa, l
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 minutes ago
Windhoek — The newly appointed Minister of Works and Transport, John Mutorwa, last Thursday held his first meeting with staff members at the ministry and emphasised the maintenance of state infrastructure as one of the key issues affecting the... Read more
11m
AllAfrica.com
Rainbow Tourism Group Mulls ExpansionListed hospitality group Rainbow Tourism Group is aggressively looking for expa
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 minutes ago
Listed hospitality group Rainbow Tourism Group is aggressively looking for expansion opportunities on projected growth in room demand after recent political developments that have brought a new ray of hope into the local market, CEO Tendai... Read more
11m
AllAfrica.com
Audit Launched At ZimdefGovernment has appointed PricewaterhouseCoopers to carry out a forensic audit a
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 minutes ago
Government has appointed PricewaterhouseCoopers to carry out a forensic audit at the Zimbabwe Manpower Development (Zimdef), with the firm expected to come up with a report at the end of this month. Zimdef falls under the Ministry of Higher and... Read more
11m
AllAfrica.com
No Food Shortage in Malawi - Finance MinisterLilongwe — Finance Minister Goodall Gondwe said on Friday that the country will
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 minutes ago
Lilongwe — Finance Minister Goodall Gondwe said on Friday that the country will not experience any food scarcity as widely feared by many people in the wake of a dry spell that has affected most districts in the country. Gondwe made the assurance in... Read more
12m
New York Daily News
Global shares advance as investors' jitters easeA currency trader works at the foreign exchange dealing room of the KEB Hana Ba
New York Daily News / Posted 12 minutes ago
A currency trader works at the foreign exchange dealing room of the KEB Hana Bank headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, Feb. 19, 2018. Asian markets were higher on Monday following Wall Street gains last week, as market jitters showed signs of... Read more
170 related articles
13m
Swissinfo
Asian Stocks Rally as Yen Rise Stalls; Oil Climbs(Bloomberg) -- Japanese shares led Asia higher Monday with the Topix index clim
Swissinfo / Posted 13 minutes ago
(Bloomberg) -- Japanese shares led Asia higher Monday with the Topix index climbing the most in six weeks as a rally in the yen faded and U.S. equities capped their best week in five years. The dollar steadied against major peers and oil climbed... Read more
4 related articles
18m
Aylesbury Today
Germany’s richest woman donates £1.8m to the University of BuckinghamA former University of Buckingham student, and Germany’s richest woman, has ple
Aylesbury Today / Posted 18 minutes ago
A former University of Buckingham student, and Germany’s richest woman, has pledged £1.8m to fund an Innovation and Enterprise Centre in the town, which will bring with it extra students and jobs. Susanne Klatten, who graduated from the university... Read more
19m
Inquirier.net
PSEi back to 8,700The local stock barometer rallied to the 8,700 mark on Monday in line with most
Inquirier.net / Posted 19 minutes ago
The local stock barometer rallied to the 8,700 mark on Monday in line with mostly firmer regional markets. The main-share Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) advanced by 97.78 points or 1.14 percent to close at 8,710.22. Most regional markets... Read more
22m
Eye Witness News
Amplats declares first dividend in 7 years, no big projects for 2018 The Anglo American unit said headline earnings more than doubled to R3.9 bill
Eye Witness News / Posted 22 minutes ago
The Anglo American unit said headline earnings more than doubled to R3.9 billion in 2017, in line with what it previously flagged to the market. Miners at Amplats' Union mine in... Read more
25m
FOX Business
Stocks take a break for President's Day after a torrid runAfter the best week for stocks in almost five years, trading will take a day of
FOX Business / Posted 25 minutes ago
After the best week for stocks in almost five years, trading will take a day off on Monday in observance of President’s Day. The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq will be closed and the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA)... Read more
170 related articles
25m
FOX Business
Stocks take a break for President's Day after a torrid runAfter the best week for stocks in almost five years, trading will take a day of
FOX Business / Posted 25 minutes ago
After the best week for stocks in almost five years, trading will take a day off on Monday in observance of President’s Day. Continue Reading Below The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq will be closed and the Securities Industry and Financial... Read more
170 related articles
26m
Finance Asia
Citic Capital arranges last-minute rescue for GNCHarbin Pharmaceutical Group Hayao agreed to pay about $300 million for a 40% st
Finance Asia / Posted 26 minutes ago
Harbin Pharmaceutical Group Hayao agreed to pay about $300 million for a 40% stake in US vitamin firm GNC Holdings and seal a joint venture in China, the companies said on Tuesday. But it was Chinese private equity firm Citic Capital that brought... Read more
35m
WA Today
Australia success a roadmap for international push, says Seek chiefSeek Limited's strong run in the local jobs market has spurred on plans to use
WA Today / Posted 35 minutes ago
Seek Limited's strong run in the local jobs market has spurred on plans to use the Australian strategy to aggressively grow its international businesses. The online job classifieds company reached $102 million in net profit, with record revenue of... Read more
35m
WA Today
Bitcoin thieves threaten real violence for virtual currenciesThe currency they were after was virtual, but the guns they carried were anythi
WA Today / Posted 35 minutes ago
The currency they were after was virtual, but the guns they carried were anything but. In the beach resort of Phuket, Thailand, last month, the assailants pushed their victim, a young Russian man, into his apartment and kept him there, blindfolded,... Read more
3 related articles
35m
WA Today
WA health insurer HBF seeks $4 billion mergerWestern Australia's largest health insurer is seeking a $4 billion merger with
WA Today / Posted 35 minutes ago
Western Australia's largest health insurer is seeking a $4 billion merger with Sydney-based HCF that would give the combined companies more than 2.5 million companies. HBF has agreed in principle with HCF to a merger that would create a $4 billion... Read more
10 related articles
37m
Sydney Morning Herald
WA health insurer HBF seeks $4 billion mergerWestern Australia's largest health insurer is seeking a $4 billion merger with
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 37 minutes ago
Western Australia's largest health insurer is seeking a $4 billion merger with Sydney-based HCF that would give the combined companies more than 2.5 million companies. HBF has agreed in principle with HCF to a merger that would create a $4 billion... Read more
10 related articles
38m
Sun Star
Palace says Philippines 'not giving up too much, too soon' to ChinaTHE Philippines has not yielded "too much" to maintain harmonious relations wit
Sun Star / Posted 38 minutes ago
THE Philippines has not yielded "too much" to maintain harmonious relations with China, Malacañang said on Monday, February 19. Speaking to Palace reporters, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque Jr. said the Duterte government has not stopped... Read more
45m
The Age
WA health insurer HBF seeks $4 billion merger"The merger would give us a truly national presence." HBF said in recent years
The Age / Posted 45 minutes ago
"The merger would give us a truly national presence." HBF said in recent years its health insurance operating margin had fallen from a positive 6.2 per cent to a negative 1.7 per cent because of increasing competition and the fund keeping its... Read more
10 related articles
49m
Inquirier.net
Unified PSE trading floor debuts in BGCPSE celebrates relocation to new home in BGC For the first time since the unif
Inquirier.net / Posted 49 minutes ago
PSE celebrates relocation to new home in BGC For the first time since the unification of two legacy stock exchanges 25 years ago, the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) opened a unified trading floor in its new headquarters in Bonifacio Global City on... Read more
50m
The Age
Voters need to see light at start of West Gate TunnelVictoria requires massive investment in roads and public transport for a rapidl
The Age / Posted 50 minutes ago
Victoria requires massive investment in roads and public transport for a rapidly growing population. Successive governments underspent on transport infrastructure, so there is a need to catch up and then stay ahead. Traffic congestion has become the... Read more
50m
EuroNews
Reckitt ends 2017 on higher noteLONDON (Reuters) – Reckitt Benckiser Group reported higher fourth-quarte
EuroNews / Posted 50 minutes ago
LONDON (Reuters) – Reckitt Benckiser Group reported higher fourth-quarter sales on Monday, and forecast an increase for this year, ending a tough year on a better note. The British consumer goods maker also raised its forecast for cost... Read more
51m
West Moreland Gazette
Why not build a new House s of Parliament in Manchester?IF THE refurbishment and much-needed repairs to the Houses of Parliament are go
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 51 minutes ago
IF THE refurbishment and much-needed repairs to the Houses of Parliament are going ahead at vast cost and if it’s not going to happen until 2025, then why not build a new Parliament in Manchester (or possibly some other middle of the country city),... Read more
More