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Stagecoach and Virgin joint-venture wins east coast mainline franchise
An east coast train on the platform at London's Kings Cross Station. The transport secretary, Patrick McLoughlin, called the news a 'fantastic deal' for passengers and staff.
Britain awards East Coast rail contract to Stagecoach-Virgin JV  
Branson Boost as Virgin Wins London-Edinburgh Rail Contest  
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Top stories

LONDON (Reuters) - Brent crude oil fell $2 to a four-year low under $76 a barrel as traders speculated that OPEC was unlikely to cut output to support prices at its Thursday meeting.
Outgoing Thomas Cook chief executive Harriet Green is reported to have left with a potential pay-off of almost �10 million. Although portrayed as voluntary, her sudden exit came amid rumours of boardroom discontent over Green's high media profile and ...
iNVEZZ.com, Thursday, November 27: Royal Mail Group Plc (LON:RMG) has warned that deliveries to suburbs and rural areas are under threat with competitors 'cherry-picking' the company's most profitable business.
If you thought Hallowe'en, Father's Day and Starbucks were terrible American commercial confections, invading our high streets and calendars, then prepare yourself for another US takeover: Black Friday.
SABMiller and Coca-Cola are to tie-up in Africa, creating the continent's largest bottling operation for the fizzy drink with sales of $2.9bn, to accelerate their penetration of swiftly-expanding consumer markets there.

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