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Opec members flounder in a flood of cheap oil
Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Yamani, Saudi Arabia's oil minister and the most prominent figure in Opec from 1962-86, was reported to have said in the 1970s that he had �the world on a string�.
OPEC Holds Production Unchanged; Prices Fall  New York Times
Australian energy stocks Origin and Santos to be 'annihilated' after ...  Sydney Morning Herald
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FSA names worst supermarkets in contaminated chicken tests
Seventy percent of fresh chickens sold in shops in the UK are contaminated with the bacteria Campylobacter, according to the Food Standards Agency (FSA).
Chicken contamination: public should stop buying poultry  The Guardian
Top three tips on how to handle raw chicken safely  Telegraph.co.uk
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Helge Lund should be offered less; he might say yes
'Dear Helge, all of us at BG Group think you're one hell of a guy, which is why we offered you a �12m share award to be our chief executive.
BG's Pay Woes Are Performance-Related  Wall Street Journal
BG Group's executive pay plan draws more criticism from investors  Telegraph.co.uk
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Amazon: We are not trying to destroy Royal Mail
Amazon has been accused of many things in the last two years, including not paying its taxes, damaging the high street, and mistreating staff.
Amazon joins Royal Mail for delivery of goods through postal network in UK  Logistics News, Industry Analysis, Market Research Reports - Logistics Business Review
Royal Mail Chief Exec Warns MPs Of Threat To Rural Mail Services  ScillyToday
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Black Friday in Britain: where are the best deals?
Carphone Warehouse is launching its Black Friday sale at 8am. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images. Hilary Osborne and Zoe Wood.
The ULTIMATE Black Friday guide: Find the best offers around Merseyside  Liverpool Echo
Black Friday: More deals announced in Birmingham  Birmingham Mail
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Bank loan scheme once again fails to improve business lending
The Bank of England's attempt to boost growth by handing out cheap loans has yet again failed to encourage banks to lend more to small businesses.
Credit availability is key for small business growth  The Guardian
Bank lending to small business falls again  Belfast Newsletter
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SSP swings to loss following IPO
SSP, the owner of the Upper Crust and Caffe Ritazza found in airports and train stations, swung to a loss after racking up almost �34m in costs linked to its stock market float in July.
SSP sees strong sales growth in US and Asia  Financial Times
Upper Crust owner posts loss  expressandstar.com
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This Christmas will be our biggest yet, says Poundland chief
This Christmas will be Poundland's biggest yet with higher sales than last year, chief executive Jim McCarthy has said. Mr McCarthy said he expected a better performance in the festive season, as the low-cost retailer reported an increase in sales and profits ...
Poundland trades up  Investors Chronicle
Poundland on the expansion trail after 15% first half sales growth  The Grocer
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SABMiller's Coca-Colanisation of Africa
SABMiller is no longer only here for the beer. The world's second-largest brewer has tilted towards soft drinks by helping create Africa's biggest Coca-Cola bottler.
Coca-Cola forms South Africa's biggest bottler  Sky News Australia
SABMiller and Coke to bottle African drinks  Irish Times
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Johnny Coca, the man behind C�line's icons
Walk in to any high street fashion chain and you'll see Johnny Coca's work. Not literally, of course, but by way of the catwalk-to-high street trickle-down effect that shapes the fashion market each season.
Mulberry's bagged Johnny Coca: Luxury leather goods firm ends search for ...  This is Money
Mulberry poaches C�line top designer Johnny Coca as creative director  The Independent
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