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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Daily Mail owner DMGT's shares plunge

The Daily Mail publisher reports a fall in profits and warns of "challenging conditions" next year. Source: BBC

Stamp duty giveaway will have limited impact, says Nationwide

The Nationwide says the chancellor's giveaway for first-time buyers will have limited effect on demand. Source: BBC

Morrisons recalls chicken pie over fish mix-up

Morrisons recalls some chicken and mushroom pies as the packaging actually contains fish pie. Source: BBC

Kellogg's to cut sugar in kids' cereals by up to 40%

The cereals giant also plans to axe Ricicles and end on-pack promotions aimed at children on Frosties. Source: BBC

Australia to hold royal commission inquiry into banks

The royal commission - the highest form of inquiry - follows recent scandals in the sector. Source: BBC

Stock exchange boss leaves with up to £13m amid boardroom row

The London Stock Exchange says Xavier Rolet will depart immediately at the board's request. Source: BBC

Cineworld tumbles on £2.7bn cinema deal

Cineworld shares lead the FTSE 250 lower after the European chain confirms talks to buy a US rival. Source: BBC

Some lost rail routes may be 'restored'

Parts of the railway network closed in the 1960s could be reopened under a new government rail strategy. Source: BBC

Food waste: Clearer label plan in bid to cut

Confusion over food labels is prompting people to throw away usable produce, waste agency claims. Source: BBC

Bitcoin crosses $10,000 milestone

The virtual currency has surged in value during the past few weeks. Source: BBC

London office development slowing, says survey

Political uncertainty is holding back development in the capital, an industry study says. Source: BBC

Ocado shares surge on Groupe Casino tie-up

Shares in the online grocer leap after it signs a deal with French supermarket giant Groupe Casino. Source: BBC

UK banks could handle 'disorderly Brexit'

All the UK's biggest lenders pass tests on how they would cope in the event of a new financial crisis. Source: BBC

New data tampering scandal hits Japan

Toray becomes the latest Japanese company to admit to lapses in quality control this year. Source: BBC

Japan's Softbank 'bids for stake in Uber'

Japan's Softbank has reportedly made a heavily discounted bid to buy Uber shares. Source: BBC

TaxAssist announces additional Franchise Development Manager to support growing network   

Samantha Skyring, previously one of TaxAssist’s Technical Managers, moves to new position TaxAssist Accountants has strengthened the support for its 200-strong network of accountants with...