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Premier Foods shares slide after profit warning
Shares in Premier Foods, owner of the Mr Kipling, Batchelors and Bisto brands, have fallen sharply after the firm said it expects profits to be significantly lower this year.
Premier Foods shares plunge 15% on profit warning and cost cuts  
Premier Foods lowers profit forecast, shares tumble 15 percent  
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The number of people in work in Wales fell over the autumn by 18,000 as both economic inactivity and unemployment rose. The 1% fall in the employment rate was the second largest in the UK.
Mobile operator EE has been fined �2.7m by the telecoms regulator, Ofcom, for overcharging tens of thousands of customers. The watchdog found that the UK's biggest mobile network broke a billing rule on two occasions.
Shares in the international publishing group Pearson have fallen by 30% after the company warned of a big fall in sales in its US education business.
... and senior employees knew; Judge calls case "truly vast" and says it contains "the most serious breaches of the criminal law in the areas of bribery and corruption.
The IMF's Christine Lagarde speaking on a panel on the middle classes at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Photograph: Ruben Sprich/Reuters.

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