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Microsoft cuts 2,000 jobs

19/09/2014

Microsoft has cut another 2,100 jobs as part of its plans to cut 18,000.


 

Scotland decides

18/09/2014

Today is the day. After two years of campaigning, rallies, speeches, polls, debates, businesses warning against the troubles, businesses saying Scotland can flourish, the Scottish public heads to the polling stations to vote on independence. 'Yes' or 'No', Scotland decides.


 

Scotland decides: What the businesses say

18/09/2014

With Scotland heading to the polls today (Thursday) to vote in a historic referendum on independence, we'll be bringing you the latest opinion from the British community throughout the day.


 

Scottish punters to pocket 10 million if Scotland votes 'Yes'

18/09/2014

Scottish punters are set to pocket up to 10 million in winnings if the country votes 'Yes' in the independence referendum, according to Ladbrokes.


 

Mixed time for Manufacturing in August/September

18/09/2014

The UK's manufacturing sector had a mixed time in August and September, with production continuing to grow steadily but orders deteriorating, according to the CBI.


 

Bondholders offer Phones4U deal

18/09/2014

The holders of bonds issued by the troubled mobile phone retailer Phones4U have offered to cut-back what they are owed in an attempt to help save the business.


 

Businesses offered 20,000 to relocate to Northamptonshire

18/09/2014

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) are being offered grand funding worth up to 20,000 if they relocate or expand their business to Northamptonshire.


 

Tax Disc laws could cost 167m a year in tax evasion

18/09/2014

The new tax disc rules coming into effect could cost the UK 167m a year in tax evasion, according to the RAC.


 

Retail sales up 4%

18/09/2014

The volume of retail sales in the UK were up 3.9% in August, compared with the same period last year, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).


 

Google is a 'platform for piracy', says NewsCorp

18/09/2014

The chief executive of News Corporation Robert Thomson has called on the European Commission to take tougher action on Google, claiming it is a "platform for piracy".


 

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