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Ofgem's simple energy tariff proposals well supported

01/12/2011

Ofgem today (Thursday) published its proposals for a simpler, more competitive energy market for householders, including plans for tariff simplification announced in October.


 

Greene King profits exceed expectations

01/12/2011

Greene King brewery and pub owner have announced higher than expected half yearly profits. However, despite this they are remaining cautious of the year ahead.


 

Vince Cable welcomes CBI report on executive remuneration

01/12/2011

Executive pay must be tied to performance, concluded the Confederation of British Industry yesterday (Wednesday) concluded following a report into executive remuneration.


 

Kingfisher employees share £7.4m windfall

01/12/2011

Kingfisher plc (LSE: KGF) has delivered strong performance, yielding a £7.4 windfall that will be shared between the groupís 2,000 employees.


 

Eurozone factory growth falls even further

01/12/2011

The downturn in the Eurozone manufacturing sector deepened in November.


 

VAT tax cheats have until the end of the year to come clean

01/12/2011

VAT rule-breakers have until 31 December to complete the VAT registration process under a time-limited HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) campaign.


 

Government renews apprenticeships skills drive

01/12/2011

Yet another initiative to get more young people into apprenticeships in order to cultivate the skills needed for sustainable growth, business Secretary Vince Cable announced today.


 

Manufacturing sector hits lowest level in two years

01/12/2011

The UK manufacturing sector contracted for the second successive month in November, as companies cut back production in response to lower demand from both domestic and export clients.


 

Opinion: Data centre predictions for 2012

01/12/2011

Mark Davis, CEO, Virsto Software, offers his data centre industry predictions for the coming year.


 

The wheels may be oiled but the EU machine is still broken

01/12/2011

Despite global markets being up on the back of the central banks' announcement on Wednesday there are still deep, underlying problems facing the eurozone, as Jason Gaywood of HiFX explained.