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2014/11/19 03:46
2014/11/19 03:46
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Google has started removing some search results following the court ruling. Photo: Reuters Brussels: Google has started removing some search results in the European Union after an EU court told it...
2014/11/19 03:46
2014/11/19 03:46
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2014/11/14 10:33
2014/11/14 10:33
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... of the UK’s most high-profile companies have today been recognised by the Government for leading the charge in ensuring young people have a better chance of getting on the jobs ladder. The 12...
2014/11/13 07:09
2014/11/13 07:09
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At an estimated cost of £9.3bn, expanding Gatwick would be the cheapest option, with the most expensive proposal for enlarging Heathrow coming in at £18.6bn. However, the economic benefits from...
2014/11/10 19:43
2014/11/10 19:43
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The world's biggest banks should hold a buffer of bonds in case of a collapse so that government bailouts are avoided, a global regulatory body proposed on Monday. The draft rule is the last major...
2014/11/06 20:42
2014/11/06 20:42
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I’ve been covering media and TV for the last 10 years, largely for the Daily Telegraph newspaper in London. As well as writing about the media industry, I keep a close eye on what’s actually being...
2014/11/04 13:42
2014/11/04 13:42
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About 5 million people could be eligible to collect backdated holiday pay following a historic legal ruling on Tuesday. The employment appeal tribunal ruled that employers must include overtime when...
2014/11/04 12:29
2014/11/04 12:29
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The CJEU ruled that workers must receive their normal remuneration for annual leave(Court of Justice of the European Union) UK employers could face "more complex and costly" holiday pay calculations...
2014/11/04 11:28
2014/11/04 11:28
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UK businesses have been warned that they face "significant financial implications" after workers won a major case at the Employment Appeal Tribunal over holiday pay. The judgement, relating to...
2014/10/31 08:18
2014/10/31 08:18
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Friday 31st October 2014 | 00:01 ICAI: Department for International Development’s Approach to Anti-Corruption and Its Impact on the Poor Independent Commission for Aid Impact press...
2014/10/30 22:09
2014/10/30 22:09
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... is likely for quite a number of banks that the leverage ratio, rather than just a backstop to the [current] capital rules, will become the limiting constraint [on lending],” said Benedict James, a...
2014/10/29 12:14
2014/10/29 12:14
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But while the famous might have forged The Priory’s reputation, they’re not the ones paying most of its bills. The past few years have seen the Priory’s owner, US private equity giant Advent...
2014/10/26 16:05
2014/10/26 16:05
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A group of 25 European banks have failed a key healthcheck of the region's financial system, exposing a $32 billion shortfall on their books. The European Central Bank also found that all of the euro...
2014/10/26 12:12
2014/10/26 12:12
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European banking regulators warned on Sunday that 24 banks in the European Union had a €25bn (£19.6bn) capital hole after being tested over their financial strength. The outcome puts the focus on...
2014/10/24 17:50
2014/10/24 17:50
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Will it be a bloody Sunday for some eurozone banks? That is the day that the results of the European Central Bank’s so-called ‘stress tests’ are released. The bank have reviewed the region’s 130...
2014/11/19 03:46
2014/11/19 03:46
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