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Google considering Twitter bid

08/04/2015

Google is reported to be considering a takeover bid for Twitter, adding more than $1.5 billion (1bn) to the social network's value.


 

French media giant considering Sky takeover

08/04/2015

French media giant Vivendi is considering a takeover bid for Sky, according to reports by Reuters.


 

Apple wants customers to stop queuing outside stores for Apple Watch

08/04/2015

Images of shopping centres and High Streets filled with hundreds of queuing customers outside an Apple store for their latest product launch have almost become a certainty in modern life. But Apple wants its customers to stop queuing ahead of the release of the Apple Watch.


 

France set for air traffic strike

08/04/2015

Hundreds of flights to and from France have been cancelled as air traffic controllers go on strike.


 

Shop prices fall for 23rd month

08/04/2015

Shop prices deflated for a 23rd consecutive month in March, according to the British Retail Consortium (BRC).


 

General Election 2015: Business investments falls

08/04/2015

Businesses are refusing to invest with growing uncertainty ahead of the general election, according to Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).


 

UK services sector picks up pace

07/04/2015

Growth in the UK services sector picked up paced in the March, according to a closely watched survey.


 

Russia could offer Greece cash

07/04/2015

Russia could offer Greece loans and discounted gas in return for "Greek assets" in the latest twist in the Greek debt saga.


 

Lotus sales hit top speed

07/04/2015

Sports car manufacturer Lotus has reported a 55% rise in sales - its strongest performance since the financial crisis.


 

Take your lunch hour, it's good for you (and your boss!)

07/04/2015

Office workers are being encouraged to take a full hour for their lunch break, with new research showing that those who don't work slower and less accurately in the afternoon.


 

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