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Fracking: MPs demanding ban 'listened to ill-informed green groups not science'
A committee of MPs has been accused of listening to �ill-informed� green groups instead of scientific evidence, after it called for a ban on fracking for shale gas, citing health and environmental fears.
George Osborne urges ministers to fast-track fracking measures in leaked letter  The Guardian
'Ban fracking until major concerns are addressed'  Scotsman
The Northern Echo  
Philip Green's Arcadia in talks on potential sale of BHS store chain
Jan 25 (Reuters) - British billionaire Philip Green, whose family owns the retailer Arcadia Group, is in talks with several parties over a possible sale of its BHS department stores.
Death knell tolls for BHS as Green puts stores up for sale  The Independent
Sir Philip Green considers sale of BHS  Herald Scotland
NUS, NTU among Top 40 in FT's Global MBA Ranking 2015
SINGAPORE - The National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School's Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme has risen by one spot to rank 31st in the Financial Times' (FT) Global MBA Ranking 2015, while the Nanyang Technological ...
The Financial Times Updates MBA Ranking for 2015  FIND MBA
The best MBA programmes in the world  Human Resources Online
West Midlands profit warnings rise 40% despite improving economy, reveals EY ...
In the sphere of imaging and printed circuit board technology, Scotland has world-leaders in design and manufacturing who are reaching out to the massive market in China.
UK companies blame exchange rates for profit warnings  Financial Times
Exchange rate fears help push profit warnings for firms up to a six-year ...  This is Money
Sunday Papers: Investors urge Standard Chartered to replace boss
And the Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has pledged to get inflation back to its target rate of 2% within two years. Markets.
CompaniesStanChart shares fall on news of successor hunt  Financial Times
Standard Chartered seeking successor for CEO Peter Sands: report  Livemint
Share Aware campaign launched by NSPCC
THE NSPCC have launched their Share Aware campaign to get families talking about socialising safely online. An NSPCC panel of more than 500 parents from Mumsnet who reviewed 48 sites aimed at adults and teenagers found they were too easy for ...
'Help kids stay safe online' says NSPCC  Western Telegraph
NSPCC reveals parents' worries about social networking sites used by ...  Torquay Herald Express
Malaysia Airlines website hacked by 'Lizard Squad'
The Malaysia Airlines website was commandeered on Monday by hackers who referenced the Islamic State jihadists and claimed to be from the �Lizard Squad�, a group known for previous denial-of-service attacks.
Malaysian Airline's website hacked by group indicating support for ISIS  News Tribe
Hackers hit Malaysia Airlines
Low interest rates may not last, Marc Carney warns investors
Record-low interest rates may not last as long as investors expect, Bank of England governor Marc Carney warned in a session with other financial leaders on the world economy in Davos, Switzerland.
Inflation will return to 2 per cent, says Bank of England Governor  The Independent
Bank of England governor warns ECB over quantitative easing risks  The Guardian
Estate agent Moginie James joins property portal set to take ... is a mutual organisation operated by estate agents themselves, and intends to act as a direct competitor to Rightmove and Zoopla.
Property portals at war as estate agents' website enters the market  CITY A.M.
Exclusive: Consumers will decide fate of OnTheMarket says Zoopla chief  Estate Agent Today
Post Office To Expand 'Challenger' Money Arm
The Post Office will outline an ambitious growth target when it rebrands its financial services arm on Monday, Sky News reveals. 15:09, UK, Sunday 25 January 2015.
Post Office to challenge major banks for top spot in financial services  CITY A.M.