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Xcite Energy agrees Bentley finance deal
Xcite Energy (XEL) told investors it has amended its Bentley offtake agreement with BP (BP.) in a move which will secure a bumper financing package for the field.
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Split over Sainsbury's Westfield supermarket plans
Plans for a 55,000 sq ft Sainsbury's store in Westfield in Somerset have split the local community. Some are concerned that a store planned at St Peter's Park could take business away from nearby Radstock and Midsomer Norton and cause traffic problems.
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Stock to Watch: Home Retail Group
This article is for information and discussion purposes only and does not form a recommendation to invest or otherwise. The value of an investment may fall.
Babcock steps up in FTSE reshuffle
Babcock International (BAB) will join the big boys of the FTSE 100 (UKX) as part of the quarterly reshuffle, while hedge fund manager Man Group (EMG) will fall back into the mid caps.
Stock to Watch: Logica
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The Week Ahead: Tesco & Carphone Warehouse
J Sainsbury (LSE: SBRY) will follow with a first-quarter update on Wednesday, and hopefully it will lend support to current forecasts for an even stronger dividend than Tesco's.
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Richard Drax MP is character witness for Michael Turner on trial in Hungary
RICHARD Drax MP flew to Hungary yesterday to act as a good character witness for a Corfe Castle businessman on trial for a fraud allegedly committed more than four years ago.
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Brave dad who chased armed raider of Hengistbury Head post office
THIS is the brave father who chased an armed robber who raided his family post office. Graham Shard's business on Broadway in Hengistbury Head was attacked at around 9.30am on Monday.
320 jobs axed at Cobham: 'A devastating blow'
Peter Watson-Lee, president of Christchurch Chamber of Trade said: �The loss of so many jobs is a devastating blow. �Many of the employees are local Christchurch people, some of whom have worked for the company for a number of years.
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Jubilee Special: 60 Years Of Telecoms
When it comes to telecommunications ('telecoms'), Britain has led the world. For example, the world's first telephone call was made by Scottish scientist Alexander Graham Bell, while the first trans-Atlantic telegraph cable was laid in 1866, followed ...
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