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CBI welcomes 'chink of light' over no-deal Brexit

Thursday  12:15,   05 september 2019

CBI welcomes 'chink of light' over no-deal... >>>

Rail fares to keep on soaring as Government clings on to 'flawed' retail prices index measure of inflation until at least 2025

Thursday  11:55,   05 september 2019

Rail fares to keep on soaring as Government clings on to 'flawed' retail prices index measure of inflation until at least... >>>

William Hill boss heading for exit amid digital push

Thursday  10:45,   05 september 2019

Philip Bowcock will step down on September 30 after three years as chief executive. He is being replaced by Ulrik Bengtsson, who joined William Hill in April last year and has been overseeing the group’s fast-growing digital operations. Mr Bengtsson >>>

Prince William favourite with Brits to feature on banknotes

Thursday  10:35,   05 september 2019

The royals are as popular as ever with the British public with a latest survey showing Prince William as a favourite choice to feature on banknotes. The second in line to become the UK sovereign and inherit the crown is in fact more popular than his >>>

How to help your finances now the kids are going back to school

Thursday  07:25,   05 september 2019

The school holidays have come to an end and some parents may well be reeling over the costs of supplies to kit out their children for the new school term. Indeed, according to research from Mintel, back to school costs has risen from £855m to £1.2bn >>>

YouTube plans sweeping changes to kids videos after record $170M fine

Thursday  06:25,   05 september 2019

YouTube will halt personalized ads on all kids-oriented videos, which'll mean fewer kids... >>>

Amazon beats Google to top spot as the most in-demand company in the UK

Thursday  06:00,   05 september 2019

Amazon is the most popular employer in the UK in 2019, according to the latest Glassdoor report. The e-commerce giant beat Google to the top spot, with job-seeker interest remaining consistently high over the last 12... >>>

Why the next recession may feel very different than 2008

Thursday  05:35,   05 september 2019

People who lived through the Great Recession are understandably nervous about the "r" word. But there's good reason to believe that when the next recession hits (and it will) the pain won't be nearly as great as what people experienced in 2008. Part >>>

Is a first class degree really that important?

Wednesday  17:36,   04 september 2019

Is a first class degree really that... >>>

Huawei accuses US of cyber attacks as it prepares new phone launch

Wednesday  17:20,   04 september 2019

Huawei has accused US authorities of targeting the company with cyber attacks and attempting to coerce employees into giving up insider information. The Chinese tech giant said American officials were using "unscrupulous means" to disrupt its... >>>

Sir Philip Green loses Arcadia chairman in latest high-profile departure

Wednesday  14:20,   04 september 2019

Jamie Drummond Smith was hired as interim chairman in... >>>

Zara is under fire from China for allegedly supporting Hong Kong protestors — but the Spanish fashion giant denies it

Wednesday  13:45,   04 september 2019

Spanish fashion retail chain Zara has landed in hot water in China, one of the world’s most lucrative fashion markets. The fast fashion brand had on Monday (September 2) been accused by Chinese media for allegedly supporting Hong Kong’s protests. In >>>

Halfords sales hit by economic uncertainty

Wednesday  11:40,   04 september 2019

Halfords sales hit by economic... >>>

Pound leaps on politicians voting to seize control to block no-deal Brexit

Wednesday  11:15,   04 september 2019

The pound against the US dollar (GBPUSD=X) jumped in early trading on Wednesday after Members of Parliament (MPs) moved to seize control over blocking a no-deal Brexit. The pound rose by over 0.26% to reach over $1.21 after initially sinking to a... >>>

Lego plans to build on Chinese boom and open 160 more stores worldwide

Wednesday  10:05,   04 september 2019

Lego is to open 160 stores worldwide this year after a sales boost driven by demand for toys in China. The Danish group posted a 4pc rise in sales to £1.8bn during the first six months of 2019. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Danish... >>>