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Greek banks cash reserves fall to €500 million

03/07/2015

The scale of the financial and economic crisis in Greece intensified yesterday (Thursday) as bank's cash reserves fell below €500 million.


 

Services sector races ahead in June

03/07/2015

The growth of the UK's services sector picked up pace in June, after falling to a five-month low in May.


 

Rail workers vote for strike action

03/07/2015

Rail workers have voted in favour of strike action which could lead to major disruption for commuters across the UK.


 

UK's most entrepreneurial students announced

03/07/2015

Student entrepreneurs from across the UK were recognised yesterday and rewarded at the fifth annual Santander Universities Entrepreneurship Awards ceremony at Santander UK’s headquarters in London.


 

Small businesses left to fend for themselves under new flood insurance regulations

03/07/2015

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) is seriously concerned by the exclusion of businesses from the Government’s flood insurance programme, Flood RE.


 

Qantas to pay $68 million bonuses to staff

03/07/2015

Qantas Airways has announced plans to pay gives bonuses totaling AUS$90 million ($68m; £43m) to workers affected by an 18-month pay freeze.


 

EE fined £1 million for poor complaints handling

03/07/2015

EE has been fined £1 million for breaching rules on handling customer complaints.


 

Primark heir drowns trying save his son and girlfriend

03/07/2015

The son of Primark founder Arthur Ryan has drowned after trying to save his son and his girlfriend.


 

Channel ferry strikes to cost billions

03/07/2015

The strike action affecting the channel crossing is set to cost the UK economy billions, with workers warning strikes could last all summer.


 

Summer Budget predictions

03/07/2015

The Summer Budget will be George Osborne’s best opportunity in years to introduce any unpopular tax-raising measures, given that the first Budget of the new parliament is far from the next general election, accounting to accountant Smith & Williamson.


 

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