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Global business confidence at five-year low

24/11/2014

Global business confidence fell to a five-year low in October, according to a survey of more than 6,000 businesses.


 

CBI calls for greater infrastructure investment

24/11/2014

Against a backdrop of solid UK growth but increasing global risks, the CBI is calling on the Chancellor to focus on infrastructure investment, encouraging innovation and removing barriers to enterprise, in the Autumn Statement.


 

BHP Billiton to extend capital expenditure cuts

24/11/2014

Reports in the Financial Times suggest that BHP Billiton are to extend capital expenditure cuts as part of a major shake-up to its senior management team.


 

Aviva set for 5.6 billion Friends Life deal

24/11/2014

Fund managers have said that the potential purchase of Friends Life by Aviva reflects a need to consolidate the nation's insurance industry.


 

Asian shares benefit from China's interest rate cut

24/11/2014

An unexpected rate cut by China's central bank on Friday has seen share prices surge today (Monday) as investors cheered the cut.


 

84% of micro-businesses work from home

24/11/2014

More than eight out of 10 (84%) of the UKs smallest businesses now use their home as a place of work, according to new research from Lloyds Bank Insurance.


 

The Great British Entrepreneur of the Year revealed

21/11/2014

Sixty-five of the country's brightest entrepreneurs were recognised for their achievements at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2014, with James Watt, founder of BrewDog, taking home the overall gong of Great British Entrepreneur of the Year.


 

London economy drives revenue up at Fuller, Smith & Turner

21/11/2014

Brewer and pub operator Fuller, Smith & Turner have benefitted from a strengthening economy in London and the south of England as they report a 10% rise in revenue.


 

Hornby gets back on track

21/11/2014

Horny, the firm most famous for their Corgi toys and Scalextric sets, have announced that losses have narrowed for the six months to the end of September.


 

Delta Air Lines contract eases pressure on Rolls Royce

21/11/2014

British engineering firm Rolls Royce has announced a 3.2 billion contract that will ease some of the mounting pressure on the firm.


 

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