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Weather hits margins at Tizer maker AG Barr
�Despite the difficult operating conditions, we have maintained our strategy of investing in brand equity and extending distribution.
AG Barr profits hit as margins squeezed  BBC News
AG Barr blames the rain for profit warning  The Grocer
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DECC delays announcement on renewable subsidies
The UK government has come under fire for delaying an announcement on subsidy levels for renewable energy projects. Ministers had been expected to reveal new support levels for projects from April next year.
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Crown Office confirms probe into Scottish banking sector
The Crown Office is conducting an investigation into the Scottish banking sector, it has revealed. It said it had decided to confirm that an investigation had been under way for some time because of "the degree of public concern about recently reported ...
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Rain and Euro 2012 boost Domino's Pizza
The UK's run of dismal weather and a jump in demand for fast food during the European football championships have helped Domino's Pizza reverse its recent slowdown in sales growth.
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Week ahead in business and economics: July 23-27
Interim results Foreign & Colnial Invesment Trust, Anglo American, Allied Irish Banks, Barclays, Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group, Pearson, Spectris, UBM, William Hill.
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Some 60 years after it hit our living rooms, television remains as popular as ever
Neither. We're 'turfing' - watching the less traditional, high-definition TV screen (47% of Scots claim to have one, and more in rural areas where it's more likely satellite-linked), while texting and Tweeting on our keyboards .
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Over-regulating banks won't help
David Pitt-Watson, a leading fund manager with Hermes, asked a question on Monday evening that is not asked often enough. What is regulation for?
ABF on course despite poor April for Primark
Associated British Foods said it remained on course to meet its profit goals on Thursday despite being hit by political instability in west Africa and a poor April for its Primark clothing chain in the UK and Ireland.
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Sir Ian Wood announces retirement
Sir Ian Wood has announced he is retiring from his role as chairman of Aberdeen-based oil services firm Wood Group. Sir Ian has been chairman of the company since 1982 and served as its chief executive from 1967 to 2006.
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