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Tesco names 43 stores to close as part of turnaround plan
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.
Around 2000 Tesco workers set to lose their job  
Tesco says UK store closures put 2000 jobs at risk  
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Greek markets buckled Wednesday with the aftermath of Syriza's election victory continuing to shake investors' confidence in the country.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says consumer demand for new iPhones has been "staggering" and "hard to comprehend." That helped the company report record-smashing earnings for its latest quarter and primed its stock for a rally Wednesday.
... * Songbird capitulates after bid wins at least 86 pct backing. * Bidders welcome statement, urge shareholders to accept terms.
The Bank of England is in �no rush� to raise interest rates, and any rise will be very gradual, with no more than half a per cent increase a year for several years, the central bank's chief economist has said.
The government has been forced to pay out �9m after a typo led to a 124-year old family business folding. A High Court ruling determined that a spelling error from Companies House was responsible for the demise of Cardiff-based Taylor & Sons.

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