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Unilever shares dive after Kraft Heinz abandons takeover bid – business live
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FTSE 100 slips lower; no US lead to come today  Proactive Investors UK
Unilever slides as Kraft Heinz abandons $143bn chase
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Bovis to slow new home construction to boost quality
Bovis Homes will slow construction of new homes in 2017 as the housebuilder overhauls its production process after a “difficult” year of missed targets and customer complaints.
Battered Bovis eyes sell-offs as profit pain rises  Evening Standard
Bovis to pay �7m to compensate customers for poorly built homes  The Guardian
Royal Bank of Scotland shares jump as Williams & Glyn sale stopped
Shares in Royal Bank of Scotland soared on Monday after the Government slammed the brakes on the bank's sale of Williams & Glyn (W&G).
RBS tops FTSE as Williams & Glyn sale shelved
RBS shares soar as it halts Williams and Glyn sale  The Week UK
UK house price growth at its slowest rate in four years
The asking prices for UK homes have risen this month at their slowest rate in four years, according to figures published today by the property website Rightmove.
UK house price growth at slowest rate in four years  The Guardian
Annual house price increase lowest since 2013  FT Adviser
Amazon to create more than 5000 jobs in UK this year
Amazon will create more than 5,000 full-time jobs in the UK this year, the company announced on Friday (20 February). These new job opportunities are for software developers, engineers and technicians,as well as for those looking for entry-level ...
Amazon jobs up for grabs in Cambridge as tech giant recruits 5000 new staff  Cambridge News
Amazon announces plans to create 5000 full-time UK jobs this year  Post and Parcel
Supermarket chains to get a �200m business rates CUT
Britain's out-of-town supermarkets are in line for a �200million business rate cut - even though small high street stores face closure, according to latest figures.
Sainsbury's CEO Mike Coupe brands business rates "archaic & ...  Retail Gazette (blog)
Business rates row heats up  Drapers
Average speed through Exeter is 4.6mph as city is named worst for traffic in UK
Exeter is the busiest city in the UK during peak hours, when drivers spending at least 25 per cent of their time in congestion and the average driving speed through the city is just 4.6mph.
Two Belfast roads in UK's top 10 most congested  BBC News
Belfast has most congested road in UK outside London  Belfast Telegraph
Demand for UK manufacturing reaches two-year high
Demand for British manufacturing has jumped to a two-year high, but plans for price hikes on the back of a weak pound threaten to hurt the sector.
Manufacturing orders strong, but prices up sharply after post-Brexit ...  Proactive Investors UK
Brexit latest: Manufacturing price pressures increase again in February  The Independent
Defined benefit pensions still viable, says government
Most defined benefit (DB) pension schemes are still "affordable" for employers, the government has said in a discussion paper.
Employers could be allowed flexibility on final salary pensions  Financial Times
Gov't may review �30k DB transfer advice limit
First-time buyers �850 a year better off than those renting
FIRST-TIME buyers in Scotland are more than �850 a year better off than people who rent properties as low interest rates continue to make life more affordable for property owners.
First-time buyers '�860 a year better off' than renters  Scottish Housing News
Industry body welcomes report revealing first-time buyers in Scotland �850 a ...  Scottish Daily Record