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Late Payments Cost Businesses 46.1 Billion

10/07/2014

Late payments are costing UK businesses more than 46 billion, according to new research from Bacs Payment Schemes Limited (Bacs).


 

Public Workers in Mass Strike

10/07/2014

More than a million public sector workers are today (Thursday) expected to take part in a strike over pay, pensions and cuts.


 

Marks & Spencer Finance Boss Leaves for Tesco

10/07/2014

Marks & Spencer's chief finance officer, Alan Stewart, will leave his position with the high street retailer for Tesco.


 

UK Trade Deficit Widens

10/07/2014

The UK's trade deficit widened to 2.4bn in May, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).


 

Primark Sales Boosted by Warm Weather

10/07/2014

The recent warm weather provided a boost to sales at discount fashion retailer, Primark, according to its owner, Associated British Foods.


 

House Prices Expected to Fall in London

10/07/2014

House prices in London are expected to fall in the next three months, according to the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (Rics).


 

Tour de France Boosts Halfords Sales

10/07/2014

Tour de France fever gripped Yorkshire and the UK last weekend as the world's biggest bike race started in Leeds. But now the Tour de France effect is boosting sales at bicycle and car accessories retailer, Halfords.


 

Workers Expect Innovative Offices in 10 Years

10/07/2014

Employees expect their employers to have made technologies such as voice recognition, augmented reality glasses and touch devices readily available within ten years, according to a study offering a glimpse into what workers expect from the offices of the future.


 

Sainsbury's Against Longer Sundays

10/07/2014

Sainsbury's is not supportive of moves to extend Sunday trading hours in England and Wales, according to former chief executive, Justin King.


 

China Trade Surplus Narrows

10/07/2014

China's trade surplus narrowed to $32bn (18bn) in June after weaker-than-expected exports and an increase in imports.


 

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