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Lloyds expected to cut 9000 jobs
Lloyds Banking Group is planning to cut around 9,000 jobs - around a tenth of its entire workforce - over the next three years, the BBC understands.
Taxpayer-backed bank Lloyds is set to cut 9000 jobs and replace them with ...
Lloyds to Cut 9000 Jobs Over Next Three Years  Wall Street Journal
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Argos turnaround plan making progress at Home Retail; Homebase estate to be ...
The turnaround plan for Argos appears to be paying off for retail giant Home Retail (LON:HOME) as it reported increased like-for-like sales at the store and Homebase in its latest half year numbers.
DIY stores are hammered by lack of do-it-yourself drive  The Guardian
Jobs at risk as Homebase shuts a quarter of its branches  Morning Star Online
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HIV group set to be 'next big thing'
A company specialising in treatments for HIV could be bigger than Marks & Spencer or J Sainsbury and might even top the market capitalisation of Next at�10 billion, it was claimed yesterday.
GSK healthcare spin-off ViiV could generate one of the biggest IPOs in ...  CITY A.M.
Viiv Healthcare is a misfit for GlaxoSmithKline  The Guardian
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Facebook pays its UK staff an average of �237000 - and gets �182000 credit ...
Facebook paid its average British worker �237,000 last year - more than it has paid in UK corporation tax in the last three years combined.
Facebook Inc (FB) UK Pays Less Tax Than A London Teacher  ValueWalk
Facebook pays no UK corporation tax, despite $1.5bn net profit in the US  Digital Spy UK
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Tesco considering �10bn float of Asian business
Tesco is considering spinning off its Asian operations and floating them as a separate company as the embattled grocer examines ways to raise billions of pounds to shore up its stretched finances.
Tesco steps up search for new chairman  The Times (subscription)
Thursday's agenda: Tesco to spill the beans  Proactive Investors UK
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Bank of England committee signals no rise soon for interest rates
The majority of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee felt the risks associated with a rate rise were too great amid signs the UK recovery was losing momentum.
UK Mortgage Holders So Far Unfazed By Prospect of Higher Rates  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Analysis: MPC's cautious tone cuts odds of early rate rise  The Times (subscription)
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Five reasons not to buy Tesco shares
Many investors are thinking that Tesco shares must be a buy having more than halved in value during the past year, tuck them away and wait a few years and they have do double?
Tesco turnaround will cost �3bn, HSBC analysts say ahead of grocer's ...  Director of Finance online
How many billions does Tesco need for a turnaround?  London Loves Business
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Co-op Bank managers blamed for doomed Lloyds branches deal
The Co-operative Bank's failed bid for hundreds of branches from Lloyds Banking Group should have been stopped much earlier, a group of MPs has said.
Co-op report criticises KPMG and regulator  BBC News
UK's Lloyds was not pushed to sell branches to Co-op -lawmakers  Reuters
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UK regulator challenges EU ruling on bank allowances
A senior UK banking regulator has said allowances for senior bank staff this year are likely to be paid, despite an EU watchdog's ruling that most of them break the bloc's law.
BoE's Bailey: too late to revise allowances for 2014 bank bonuses  Reuters
MPs accuse EU bank watchdog of 'appalling behaviour' in bonus row
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Tesco share price: The rise and fall of a retail empire in one chart
Tomorrow morning, Tesco will post its half-year results, as investors and pundits wait with sharpened knives. It has been a turbulent few years for the supermarket giant.
Tesco Yet To Hand Finance Chief �1m Payoff  KL.FM 96.7
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