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: Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech in Davos gave sterling another boost in morning trading, two days after her Brexit negotiation details pushed the...
: Scratching your head over a job rejection you didn't see coming? Could it be, maybe, because you weren't actually qualified for it? You may scoff, but...
: Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank is to shut the doors of 79 branches, resulting in over 400 job losses. The closures, which were announced yesterday, mean the...
: UK Oil & Gas Investments (Ukog) has been granted a one-year extension to its offshore exploration licence off the Isle of Wight. The group said the Oil and Gas ...
: Floormaker Headlam's share price rocketed up seven per cent this morning after revealing its full-year results beat market expectations. The figures In its 12-month ...
: Prime Minister Theresa May has insisted the UK's vote for Brexit is "not a rejection of our friends in Europe" - but rather a decision to take control. In a speech ...
: Fraud was the most commonly experienced offence in England and Wales last year, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS),...
: Revolution Bars says cheers to Christmas sales as it anticipates half-year results to 31 December will fall in line with the board's expectations. The...
: After Janet Yellen gave a surprisingly hawkish speech to San Francisco’s Commonwealth Club last night, today’s turn in the monetary policy spotlight belongs to Mario...
: Royal Mail's shares fell over five per cent this morning despite delivering in-line trading for the first nine months of the year . The group's problem is that...
: The majority of Brits have backed Theresa May's plans for a bespoke Brexit deal outlined in a speech on Tuesday, according to the latest polling by YouGov. Some ...
: Pets at Home's latest update announced "softer than anticipated" merchandise sales - knocking its share price down more than...
: Goldman Sachs is considering cutting the number of staff in London to 3,000 after Brexit, it has been reported - effectively halving its workforce in the UK. German...
: Lloyds Banking Group has taken the top spot of Stonewall's top 100 LGBT employers list . Banking and legal dominated the list of the charity's most inclusive...
: Royal Mail posted flat revenue for the nine months ended 25 December as letter volumes floundered, but it has maintained its forecasts for the year ahead due to a...
: Moneysupermarket.com said today that its expects to report revenue growth of 12 per cent when it announces its full year results on 28 February - and it has ...
: Legendary Entertainment's chief executive Thomas Tull told Reuters today he would step down from the business. The Hollywood studio was bought at the start of last ...
: Who flies private jet ? Well, according to PrivateFly’s bookings, the average jet user is a 41-year-old male, who opts for a small “air taxi” jet from London to...
: The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) will today reveal Britain's most complained about advertisements of 2016. The contenders brought in thousands...
: Home sales in the UK fell in December and prices continued to drop in London's most prized neighbourhoods, despite rising in the rest of the country. The...
: At first sight, having workers on boards does not seem a deeply divisive or highly political issue but, as a central plank of Mayism, it has become so. Prime Minister Theresa May...
: The current congestion charge is "no longer fit for purpose" and road pricing should be rolled out instead, says the London Assembly Transport ...
: When it comes to choosing an industry to work in, finding one that’s evolving, growing, and connects people can be hugely rewarding. Having spent most of my career in software...
: Britain's departure from the EU will dominate 2017 . Theresa May has set out her 12 Brexit objectives , Article 50 will be triggered shortly, and...
: What will the UK economy look like outside the EU, 10 years from now? Nobody knows the precise answer to this question but we can generate likely...
: Charles Dumas, chairman and chief economist at Lombard Street Research, says Yes. The 2016 British economy was at or above its potential, with no slack. Official estimates of a little slack...
: Aldi and Lidl have topped YouGov's ranking for the most popular British brands, beating well-heeled rivals John Lewis and Marks & Spencer. Every...
: The biggest companies in the UK and Europe are set to pay out a record €315bn (£272bn) in dividends over the course of this year despite political...
: Prime Minister Theresa May has jetted out to Davos for crunch talks with top bankers following a landmark speech this week in which she set out her vision...
: Manchester United have been named the world’s richest club after they ended Real Madrid’s 11-year stranglehold on top spot in Deloitte’s Football Money League...
: London’s claim to being football’s leading city has been lent further weight after four its clubs – more than in all of Spain or Germany – ranked among the 20 richest...
: Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp hailed his decision to use the FA Cup to blood the club’s youngsters after the Reds progressed to round four at the expense of League Two...
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