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Personal debt costs economy 8bn

08/10/2014

Rising levels of personal debt is costing the UK economy 8bn every year, according to charity StepChange.


 

Young entrepreneurs need to be heard

08/10/2014

Enterprise and business skills need to be encouraged from a younger age, according to experts at the Student Entrepreneurs Question Time (SEQT) event at the Liberal Democrats Party Conference in Glasgow.


 

EE launches TV service

08/10/2014

The mobile network operator EE has announced plans to launch its own TV service.


 

Improving education key to Welsh economic success, says CBI

08/10/2014

The Welsh government needs to improving the education system if the economy is to be successful, according to the CBI.


 

Poundworld 'everything 1' claim banned

08/10/2014

Poundworld's "everything 1" claim has been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after customers found items on sale for 3 and 8.99.


 

Pilots strike costs Air France 500m

08/10/2014

Air France has said last month's pilots' strike will cost the business around Pilots 500m (393m).


 

House price growth to moderate, Halifax says

08/10/2014

The rapid annual growth of house prices in the UK will moderate in the final few months of the year, according to Halifax.


 

Another Wonga advert banned

08/10/2014

Wonga has had another advert banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after it received a complaint from a charity.


 

Dutch firm wins ScotRail franchise

08/10/2014

Dutch rail operator, Abellio, will take over the ScotRail franchise from First Group in April 2015.


 

Banker pleads guilty in Libor scandal

07/10/2014

A senior banker from one of the big British banks has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud over rigging the Libor rate.


 

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