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John Lewis cuts hundreds of jobs amid online shift
John Lewis plans to cut nearly 400 jobs in its home fittings services and restaurants amid a shift to online shopping. The changes will affect administration staff in its carpet, curtain and blinds fittings service.
British retailer John Lewis to cut net 387 jobs in restructuring  
John Lewis to axe nearly 400 jobs amid retail sector pressure  
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It is a sign of Jes Staley's growing confidence that he can turn Barclays' investment bank into a business capable of generating an attractive return on equity that he has taken the costly decision to shake up its bonus structure.
House price growth in London has slowed to the weakest pace seen in nearly four years, with property values in Liverpool, Birmingham and Manchester now rising more quickly than the capital, according to an index.
DELUDED British Gas bosses yesterday bizarrely claimed customers on standard tariffs have been getting “good value” - despite paying as much as �400 over the odds.
Germany's budget surplus hit a post-reunification high of nearly 24bn euros (�20bn) in 2016 boosted by a higher tax take and increased employment.
Retail Acquisitions, the company owned by former bankrupt Dominic Chappell has is planning to sue Sir Philip Green and his Arcadia Group for �14m in relation to the sale of BHS's headquarters.

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