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British company QinetiQ has appointed a new chief financial officer (CFO), the company announced on 27 September. David Smith, who currently is the CFO at Rolls Royce, will be joining QinetiQ and taking over the role on 1 January.
Jim Ratcliffe has a message for Britain. The billionaire founder of chemicals giant Ineos believes shale gas is good for manufacturing - and he wants everyone to know about it.
Passengers board a Thomas Cook flight at Lanzarote, in the Canary Islands. Photograph: Greg Balfour Evans/Alamy. Sean Farrell. Tuesday 27 September 2016 03.40 EDT Last modified on Tuesday 27 September 2016 04.43 EDT.
The IMF said global trade had grown by just over 3% per year since 2012, less than half the average rate of expansion during the previous three decades.
The world's largest supplier of plumbing and heating products outlined the cutbacks as part of a review of its British operation, which has been hit by tough competition and tepid demand in the property repair, maintenance and improvement market ...

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