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Tesco names the 43 stores to close
Tesco has named the 43 stores it plans to close. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images. Simon Goodley. Wednesday 28 January 2015 08.49 EST.
Tesco says UK store closures put 2000 jobs at risk  
Tesco reveals locations of its 43 store closures  
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(Bloomberg) -- Tim Cook's array of new products boosted Apple Inc.'s sales growth last quarter to the highest level in three years, and the acceleration is set to continue with the introduction of its first smartwatch.
Canarf Wharf's majority owner Songbird Estates has reluctantly surrendered to a �2.6 billion bid from Qatar and Canada after international attempts to find another buyer foundered.
Planners have given the �fracking� industry a boost by agreeing to delay a decision on whether to allow shale gas extraction in Lancashire so the applicants could tackle noise concerns.
Research shows motorcycle spending among the over-50s last year was �340m. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images. Lisa Bachelor. Wednesday 28 January 2015 07.47 EST.
The Bank of England may put up interest rates by no more than 0.5pc a year - and not return to anything like pre-crisis levels for the foreseeable future, according its chief economist.

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