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3:51 AM - Tuesday, March 31, 2015
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
Richemont plans to combine its online fashion retailer Net-A-Porter with Italian Web-based clothing company Yoox in an all-stock deal that will create an Internet shopping giant with revenue of more than $1.4 billion.
5 hour ago - BBC
Car maker Honda announces it is to invest £200m in its UK plant - a year after it cut hundreds of jobs due to falling sales.
7 hour ago - news / Graham Ruddick
B&Q owner announces plans to close one in six stores in the UK as it battles slow sales, putting 3,000 jobs at risk
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
Huawei’s 2014 net profit rose 33% on higher revenue, as the company cited its better management of foreign-exchange risks and borrowing costs.
5 hour ago - news / Rebecca Burn
The British travel operator has sold 50pc of its summer getaways, hitting targets in a difficult economic climate
6 hour ago - CNBC
As Greece's reserves run low and its relations with Europe become strained, Russia is starting to look like it might be the country's last hope.
5 hour ago - news / Sophie Christie
Mobile phone customers face hefty exit fees if they choose to leave their contract, even if they suffer from poor signal or have a faulty handset
6 hour ago - forbes.com / Jon Hartley
For the first time in history, a former Chair of the Federal Reserve is blogging. According to Ben Bernanke, his new Brookings Institute blog will be about “economics, finance, and sometimes baseball”. Apart from occasional speaking engagements . . .
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7 hour ago - CNBC
Workers at one of the Queen’s palaces are royally cross about “appallingly” low wages – which could mean that they go on strike for the first time.
5 hour ago - Reuters
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - Iran and six world powers ramped up the pace at Tuesday's negotiations over a preliminary deal on the Iranian nuclear program, as their self-imposed deadline approached and both sides warned it was crucial to o . . .
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