Industries - Archive

November 2017 articles

Britain's top power regulator has thrown out a £120m compensation claim from energy firms, saying it would ultimately have [...]

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London mayor Sadiq Khan has announced today that the one hour bus Hopper fare will become unlimited early next year, while also [...]

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The chief executive of Johnston Press has today left his position as a non-executive director of William Hill after serving a [...]

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A painting by Leonardo da Vinci has been sold for $450m (£342m) at a Christie's auction in New York, smashing the previous record [...]

16 November
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The incoming chief executive of GKN has left the engineering group before taking up his new role, the firm said today, as it [...]

16 November
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Just Eat's takeover of Hungryhouse has been officially cleared to go ahead by the competition regulator.  [...]

16 November
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Royal Mail profits today received a £106m boost from the taxman as a result of the postal giant's controversial decision to [...]

16 November
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Tetley has invested £3m in the UK rollout of a new product in the squash category, taking advantage of a trend for healthy soft [...]

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Uncertainty has been the buzzword of the year for British business. While the return of the Autumn Budget may have an air of [...]

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The UK's chemical and pharmaceutical industry will today say it will be resilient in the face of Brexit uncertainty. [...]

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Should the UK follow New Zealand and ban foreign buyers from purchasing properties? [...]

16 November
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Vast growth potential in the Asian construction sector is set to be tapped into over the next five years, with investment expected [...]

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London's chartered surveyors reported rising workloads for the third quarter of the year, though ongoing headaches from skills [...]

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Robots and automation are set to shake-up the retail industry by 2030, replacing many of the jobs on shop floors, according to [...]

15 November
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Sales of vintage champagne have bubbled up as fine wine connoisseurs turn their attention to top-shelf bubbly. [...]

15 November
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