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Ipswich Star
Five KFC branches in Suffolk and north Essex reopen to customers KFC has been forced to close hundreds of stores after a new delivery contract
Ipswich Star / Posted 2 minutes ago
KFC has been forced to close hundreds of stores after a new delivery contract with DHL resulted in chicken shortages. Picture: DOMINIC LIPINSKI/PA Bosses at a fast food chain have... Read more
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Profit Confidential
Bitcoin Price Forecast: Bitcoin to Silence Naysayers with SegWit UpgradeBitcoin Price Forecast: Bitcoin SegWit Upgrade to Silence Naysayers https://ww
Profit Confidential / Posted 3 minutes ago
Bitcoin Price Forecast: Bitcoin SegWit Upgrade to Silence Naysayers https://www.profitconfidential.com/cryptocurrency/bitcoin/btc-price-forecast-bitcoin-silence-naysayers-segwit-adoption/ Bitcoin Price Forecast: Bitcoin to Silence Naysayers with... Read more
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WA Today
There was only one number that counted in Wesfarmers' resultHere's an interesting fact - Bunnings Australia and New Zealand now makes more
WA Today / Posted 3 minutes ago
Here's an interesting fact - Bunnings Australia and New Zealand now makes more profit than Coles. The glass half-full interpretation is that Bunnings has overtaken the massive supermarket group because of its relentless growth in profit - up by 12... Read more
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WA Today
No pay parity is Elizabeth Gaines' lossFortescue’s founder, Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest, made quite a statement last Novem
WA Today / Posted 3 minutes ago
Fortescue’s founder, Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest, made quite a statement last November when he appointed Elizabeth Gaines as the miner’s new chief, and Julie Shuttleworth, as her deputy.But Twiggy’s private quest for social equity and justice can only go... Read more
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WA Today
Slow sales growth the new normal for supermarkets, says Coles bossSlow sales growth is the new normal for Australia's grocery sector, according t
WA Today / Posted 3 minutes ago
Slow sales growth is the new normal for Australia's grocery sector, according to Coles boss John Durkan, who says the country's No.2 supermarket has turned a corner and is heading for stronger trading in the second half of the year. Retail... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Lloyds hands bumper payout to investors and boss after ‘landmark’ yearLloyds Banking Group has delivered a £3.2 billion bumper payout for investors a
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 9 minutes ago
Lloyds Banking Group has delivered a £3.2 billion bumper payout for investors and handed its boss a £6.4 million pay package after reporting a record annual profits haul. Chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio hailed a “landmark year” as the bank saw... Read more
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The Hindu
Retail AI startup Capillary Technologies raises $20 millionCapillary Technologies on Wednesday announced the raising of approximately $20
The Hindu / Posted 10 minutes ago
Capillary Technologies on Wednesday announced the raising of approximately $20 million over the past year from its existing investors, including Warburg Pincus and Sequoia Capital. The cloud-based software solutions startup uses artificial... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Lloyds hands bumper payout to investors and boss after ‘landmark’ yearLloyds Banking Group has delivered a £3.2 billion bumper payout for investors a
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 10 minutes ago
Lloyds Banking Group has delivered a £3.2 billion bumper payout for investors and handed its boss a £6.4 million pay package after reporting a record annual profits haul. Chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio hailed a “landmark year” as the bank saw... Read more
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Daily Echo
53 jobs axed at 175-year-old brick companyMORE than 50 jobs have been axed from a Hampshire brick manufacturing site. Ju
Daily Echo / Posted 10 minutes ago
MORE than 50 jobs have been axed from a Hampshire brick manufacturing site. Just 27 out of a previous 80 staff members remain at the Michelmersh Brick Holdings company in Test Valley. After 175 years of doing so, the company has also confirmed that... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Four KFC stores across East Lancashire remain closedStores in Accrington, Chorley, Blackburn and Burnley remain affected by closure
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 11 minutes ago
Stores in Accrington, Chorley, Blackburn and Burnley remain affected by closures- caused by issues with their new delivery supplier. Stores in both Clitheroe and Colne however, have re-opened as of 11.15am this morning. The problems KFC are... Read more
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The News and Star
Pay boost for Carlisle Pirelli workersCarlisle's Pirelli workers have been given a pay increase of 4.5 per cent. The
The News and Star / Posted 14 minutes ago
Carlisle's Pirelli workers have been given a pay increase of 4.5 per cent. The rise means workers will see an extra £1,500 for a typical production worker or £1,800 for a production worker on a weekend shift. The pay deal is part of a two-year deal... Read more
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Northern Echo
Latvian banking chief to miss ECB meeting amid corruption reportsLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor
Northern Echo / Posted 15 minutes ago
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NJ.com
This high-powered group could help combat Trump move to gut your property tax breaksSenate President Stephen Sweeney has revealed the tax experts and lawmakers he'
NJ.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
Senate President Stephen Sweeney has revealed the tax experts and lawmakers he'll lean on to examine New Jersey's state and local tax structure in the aftermath of federal tax reform lawmakers expected to whack taxpayers here. The Economic and... Read more
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Newham Recorder
Councillors approve 3,800-home development in West Ham Artist's impression of the Stephenson Street development Picture: Berkeley Ho
Newham Recorder / Posted 16 minutes ago
Artist's impression of the Stephenson Street development Picture: Berkeley Homes Plans to build 3,800 homes on the site of a former Parcelforce depot have been unanimously approved by... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Music and DVD store That's Entertainment could close ALL its UK branches - Liverpool Echo Chain has several shops across Merseyside All of the That’s
Liverpool Echo / Posted 17 minutes ago
- Liverpool Echo Chain has several shops across Merseyside All of the That’s Entertainment music and DVD stores in the UK - including stories in Birkenhead, Bootle, Liverpool... Read more
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EuroNews
Bridgewater’s bet against Europe shines light on patchy short-selling rulesBy Alasdair Pal LONDON (Reuters) – The world’s largest hedge fund Bridgewater
EuroNews / Posted 20 minutes ago
By Alasdair Pal LONDON (Reuters) – The world’s largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates caused a stir last week when it disclosed it had made $22 billion (15.78 billion pounds) worth of bets against European companies, including giants such as... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
There was only one number that counted in Wesfarmers' resultHere's an interesting fact - Bunnings Australia and New Zealand now makes more
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 minutes ago
Here's an interesting fact - Bunnings Australia and New Zealand now makes more profit than Coles. The glass half-full interpretation is that Bunnings has overtaken the massive supermarket group because of its relentless growth in profit - up by 12... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk
Wednesday morning oneKirk Cousins must balance money, chance to win What is realistic trade value f
NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk / Posted 23 minutes ago
Kirk Cousins must balance money, chance to win What is realistic trade value for Nick Foles? Candidates to be given franchise, transition tags Enter your zip code to find NBCSN near you PFT Most Commented After getting universally praised in... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
Ministers says Brexit transition should last as long as exit preparations takeMinisters want the post-Brexit transition period during which Britain will foll
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 24 minutes ago
Ministers want the post-Brexit transition period during which Britain will follow EU rules to be determined by how long it takes the Government to introduce measures needed for life outside the union, a leaked official document shows. The paper said... Read more
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Business Standard India
RBI MPC minutes: Economic recovery is at a nascent stage, says Urjit PatelMinutes from a Reserve Bank of India (RBI) meeting on Feb. 6-7 showed monetary
Business Standard India / Posted 25 minutes ago
Minutes from a Reserve Bank of India (RBI) meeting on Feb. 6-7 showed monetary policy committee (MPC) members expressed concern about accelerating inflation, although that was tempered by uncertainty about the strength of an economic recovery. RBI... Read more
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Business Standard India
Incumbent telcos feel Trai's tariff order favours Jio, may move courtsThe incumbent operators are likely to approach the courts against Trai's non-pr
Business Standard India / Posted 25 minutes ago
The incumbent operators are likely to approach the courts against Trai's non-predatory tariff rules as they feel that the regulations favour Reliance Jio. As per multiple industry sources, incumbent players such as Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
Ministers says Brexit transition should last as long as exit preparations takeMinisters want the post-Brexit transition period during which Britain will foll
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted 27 minutes ago
Ministers want the post-Brexit transition period during which Britain will follow EU rules to be determined by how long it takes the Government to introduce measures needed for life outside the union, a leaked official document shows. The paper said... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Ministers says Brexit transition should last as long as exit preparations takeMinisters want the post-Brexit transition period during which Britain will foll
Oxford Mail / Posted 27 minutes ago
Ministers want the post-Brexit transition period during which Britain will follow EU rules to be determined by how long it takes the Government to introduce measures needed for life outside the union, a leaked official document shows. The paper said... Read more
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Powys County Times
Road schemes paused amid funding cutAll “non-essential” road improvements in London have been paused because of a l
Powys County Times / Posted 29 minutes ago
All “non-essential” road improvements in London have been paused because of a lack of funding, City Hall has announced. It warned that the forthcoming loss of Transport for London’s operating grant from the Government would have “obvious... Read more
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Powys County Times
Ministers says Brexit transition should last as long as exit preparations takeMinisters want the post-Brexit transition period during which Britain will foll
Powys County Times / Posted 29 minutes ago
Ministers want the post-Brexit transition period during which Britain will follow EU rules to be determined by how long it takes the Government to introduce measures needed for life outside the union, a leaked official document shows. The paper said... Read more
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Gulf News
Inflation’s back and commodities will benefit, JPMorgan saysCommodities rallied to the highest in more than two years in January, and headi
Gulf News / Posted 29 minutes ago
Commodities rallied to the highest in more than two years in January, and heading into 2018 banks including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. remain positive Singapore: Inflation’s back and raw materials stand to benefit, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co,... Read more
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Gulf News
AccorHotels says profits up 66% in 2017Underlying or operating profit grew by 24% to €492m on a 17.7% increase in reve
Gulf News / Posted 29 minutes ago
Underlying or operating profit grew by 24% to €492m on a 17.7% increase in revenues to €1.94b Paris: French hotel chain AccorHotels said Wednesday that its profit jumped last year, “driven by robust business and a very dynamic development.”“The... Read more
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Gulf News
Lloyds profits surge 52% as bank builds on recoveryLloyds Banking Group was financially rescued by the UK government following the
Gulf News / Posted 30 minutes ago
Lloyds Banking Group was financially rescued by the UK government following the height of the financial crisis a decade ago London: Lloyds Banking Group on Wednesday said that its net profit soared 52 per cent last year, when the UK lender returned... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coca-Cola to cut prices, spend big on marketing to revive profitsInternational drinks giant Coca-Cola Amatil will heavily promote its Coke and M
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 minutes ago
International drinks giant Coca-Cola Amatil will heavily promote its Coke and Mount Franklin brands, build awareness of its smaller products and reduce prices this year. Coca-Cola Amatil on Wednesday talked up a planned $40 million additional... Read more
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Bury Times
Ministers says Brexit transition should last as long as exit preparations takeMinisters want the post-Brexit transition period during which Britain will foll
Bury Times / Posted 30 minutes ago
Ministers want the post-Brexit transition period during which Britain will follow EU rules to be determined by how long it takes the Government to introduce measures needed for life outside the union, a leaked official document shows. The paper said... Read more
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