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February 2018 articles

The UK's largest online vehicle retailer Pendragon has seen its shares rocket this morning, despite taking a hit to its profits [...]

13 February
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Audioboom today announced a $185m (£134m) reverse takeover deal with one of the world's largest digital audio technology firms. [...]

13 February
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Tui, the travel company which used to operate under the Thomson brand in the UK, has had a sunny start to the year according [...]

13 February
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Transport for London (TfL) has raised concerns falling passenger numbers could be part of a wider change in travel, according [...]

13 February
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It's a truth universally acknowledged that Tesco needs to do something rather drastic if it’s going to carry on being the [...]

13 February
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Figures released yesterday paint a depressing picture of the British high street, after retailers suffered their worst January [...]

13 February
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In light of the Haiti prostitution scandal, should Oxfam lose UK government funding? [...]

13 February
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A group of senior MPs have advised the government to act urgently in setting a price cap on energy tariffs to fix the "broken" [...]

13 February
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The global explosion in the gin market boosted British exports of the spirit past £500m in 2017. [...]

12 February
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Heineken joined other drinks giants in counting the cost of exchange rates today, but its flagship beer staged a comeback with [...]

12 February
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Troubled FTSE 250 firm Acacia Mining has scrapped its 2017 dividend after an ongoing row with the government of Tanzania caused [...]

12 February
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Sportswear giant Puma expects to increase its profits by a third in 2018, and boost its sales by 10 per cent. [...]

12 February
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General Electric (GE) has revealed that men in its UK business earn nearly 15 per cent more than women. [...]

12 February
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Oil prices are back on the rise today after a steep sell-off last week took the black stuff to its lowest level of the year. [...]

12 February
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OXFAM IS IN the news. On Sunday, the charities watchdog demanded that the world-famous anti-poverty organisation explain whether [...]

12 February
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