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Misleading Pricing Practices

21/04/2015

After repeatedly exposing misleading pricing practices in the grocery sector, Which? has deployed one of its most powerful legal weapons – a super-complaint – to demand action from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).


 

Top British businesses receive Queen’s awards for enterprise

21/04/2015

More than 100 British businesses have received a Queen’s Award to recognise their contribution to enterprise.


 

Item Club predicts 2.8% economic growth

20/04/2015

The UK economy will grow by 2.8% this year, thanks to low inflation and a stronger start to the year in the eurozone, according to economic forecasters EY Item Club.


 

Birds Eye to be bought by US investors

20/04/2015

The owners of the Birds Eye have agreed a deal to sell the frozen food brand to US investors.


 

Overseas entrepreneurs on the rise in the UK

20/04/2015

Tens of thousands of new British businesses are being created by entrepreneurs born outside the UK, according to international professional services consultancy Procorre.


 

House prices rise to record average

20/04/2015

House prices have risen to an all-time high average, according to Rightmove.


 

General Election 2015: Business costs could rise ahead of election

20/04/2015

Businesses could face rising costs as the sterling becomes increasingly volatile ahead of the general election, according to foreign exchange experts FAIRFX.


 

China unveils $46 billion super highway to Pakistan

20/04/2015

China's President Xi Jinping has arrived in Pakistan to unveil a $46 billion (£30.7bn) investment for a super highway between the two countries.


 

Post Office 'failures' over cash shortfalls revealed

20/04/2015

The Post Office failed to find out why there were large cash shortfalls at sub-branches before starting legal proceedings against sub-postmasters, a report has found.


 

General Election 2015: Cameron wants Lloyds shares sold to public

20/04/2015

Up to £4 billion worth of shares in Lloyds Bank would be sold at a cut-price to the public and small investors, if the Conservatives win the general election, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced.


 

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