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Supermarkets are 20 years out of date says Waitrose boss
By Graham Ruddick. The �big four� grocery retailers are running supermarkets that are 20 years out of date, the boss of Waitrose has said.
Tesco suffers worst decline in grocery sector  
Bon app�tit: France offers Tesco hope in the supermarket price wars  
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GEORGE Osborne has suffered a blow with official figures showing a rise in UK Government borrowing that will make it harder for the Chancellor to produce any pre-election giveaways and raises the prospect of more spending cuts to meet the ...
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission fined JPMorgan , UBS and Credit Suisse a total of 94 million euros ($120 million) on Tuesday for taking part in cartels in the financial sector.
Putting in place plans to ring-fence retail deposits from riskier areas of banking could cost HSBC as much as �2 billion, the bank has warned.
Household cleaner and pharma group Reckitt Benckiser (LON:RB.) cited Brazil and India as the reasons for a lower than expected sales forecast this year.
Ah, the highs and lows of the public market - Arm Holdings started the day at the top of the blue-chip index but by the close of play it was the biggest loser.

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