English councils introduce ‘Tesco tax’

26 Jul 2014 Last updated during 03:39 By Emma Simpson Business correspondent, BBC News A organisation of internal councils in England is rigourously seeking a supervision for new powers to taxation vast supermarkets. BBC News has learnt that Derby City Council has called for a right to pierce in a new levy as a “modest” […]

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Buyers’ hazard from rising residence prices

25 Jul 2014 Last updated during 22:19 By Tony Bonsignore Business reporter, BBC News Many people have found themselves sealed out of a housing marketplace by rising prices Imagine anticipating your dream home, and afterwards carrying your offer accepted. You are ecstatic. You indoctrinate your lawyers and get a round rolling. But then, usually before […]

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VIDEO: Is Ramadan too commercial?

Ramadan – or Ramzan as it is called in Pakistan – is meant to be a month of charity, ceremony and abstinence. However many Pakistanis are angry that it has been hijacked by prevalent consumerism over a final few years, and is losing the loyal spirit. Ramadan now comes with pizza dish deals and eremite […]

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Grouse off a shelves during M&S

25 Jul 2014 Last updated during 17:39 Marks and Spencer has pronounced it will not be offered red moan this year after concerns about a approach in that a diversion birds are killed. Last year MS sole red moan on a hearing basement in dual stores, with a perspective to offered it in some-more stores […]

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Brazil frees adult $13bn for economy

25 Jul 2014 Last updated during 18:14 Chinese President Xi Jinping sealed new trade agreements with Ms Rousseff in Brazil progressing this month Brazil’s executive bank has announced skeleton to revoke a volume of income blurb banks keep in reserve, in a bid to boost mercantile growth. The bank says a magnitude will giveaway adult […]

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SFO in £3m allotment with Tchenguiz

25 Jul 2014 Last updated during 17:59 The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has concluded to a £3m allotment with a business aristocrat Vincent Tchenguiz. It has been awarded in tie with his prejudicial detain in 2011 as partial of an review into a fall of a Icelandic Bank Kaupthing. The SFO pronounced it “deeply regrets” […]

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US organisation withdraws Mothercare offer

25 Jul 2014 Last updated during 20:04 US sequence Destination Maternity has cold a bid for UK maternity and baby-wear organisation Mothercare. In a matter a association pronounced it was transparent that “only a really poignant increase” in a offer would be excusable to shareholders. Mothercare has twice deserted takeover proposals from Destination Maternity, that […]

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Thwarting Senegal’s cattle rustlers

25 Jul 2014 Last updated during 00:11 By Fiona Graham Technology of business reporter, BBC News, Senegal Senegal’s cows don’t spend their days nipping a cud on a postage stamp of weed – they roam “This is a concern. When it comes to lifting cattle it’s a job, when you’re innate we see your father […]

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Why aren’t we feeling better?

25 Jul 2014 Last updated during 14:57 By Anthony Reuben Head of statistics, BBC News This morning’s mercantile expansion total reliable that a UK economy has returned to a pre-recession rise from 2008. In other words, a economy is producing some-more than it has ever constructed before – so should we not feel some-more moneyed […]

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VIDEO: Mumbai’s disintegrating Parsi cafes

Mumbai’s grand aged Parsi cafes have prolonged been a pitch of a city’s different cuisine and culture. They were initial non-stop in a 19th century by settlers relocating to India from Iran and many of them are family run businesses. But currently they are solemnly failing out. So are they in risk of disintegrating altogether? […]

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