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Vodafone to launch broadband services

11/11/2014

Mobile network operator Vodafone has announced plans to offer broadband services from 2015.


 

Sainsbury's loses appeal over Tesco 'Price Promise'

11/11/2014

Sainsbury's has lost its High Court appeal against Tesco's Price Promise campaign.


 

Japanese Nikkei hits seven-year high

11/11/2014

Japan's Nikkei stock market closed at a seven-year high yesterday (Monday) as rumours of a 10% sales tax hike being postponed intensified.


 

New airport runway cost 'underestimated'

11/11/2014

The costs of building a new runway at either Gatwick or Heathrow Airports have been substantially underestimated, according to the Airports Commission.


 

CBI President calls for UK to stay in EU

10/11/2014

CBI President Sir Mike Rake today (Monday) made the case for the UK remaining open to trade, people and investment within a reformed European Union.


 

New rules to protect banks 'too big to fail'

10/11/2014

New rules to prevent banks that are 'too big to fail' from needing to be bailed out by government have been unveiled today (Monday).


 

PM: EU referendum won't harm economy

10/11/2014

An in-out referendum on the UK's membership with the European Union will not harm the country's economy, according to the Prime Minister David Cameron.


 

Wales needs to do more to inspire young entrepreneurs

10/11/2014

Wales must do more to turn the imaginations of its young entrepreneurs into reality for the sake of the Welsh economy, according to Welsh Innovation Centre for Enterprise’s (ICE) newest director, Professor Dylan Jones-Evans OBE.


 

Gherkin tower sold to Brazil's second-richest man

10/11/2014

The iconic Gherkin building has been bought by the Brazilian banking giant owned by Brazil's second-richest man.


 

10 million jobs at risk over technology

10/11/2014

Around 10 million jobs could be lost over the next 20 years due to computers and robotics taking over the roles, according to a joint report by Deloitte and Oxford University.


 

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