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Ofcom fines EE �2.7m for overcharging customers
Ofcom, the UK telecoms regulator, has fined EE �2.7m, saying the British mobile phone network overcharged tens of thousands of its customers.
Watchdog fines EE �2.7m for overcharging 40000 mobile phone customers  
EE slapped with �2.7m fine by Ofcom  
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Premier Foods announced a profit warning and a cost-cutting programme on Wednesday as the food group battles sluggish sales and increased commodity prices as a result of sterling's sharp fall since last June.
Pearson plans to sell its Penguin Random House stake as shares plunged after a profit warning. Photograph: Tim Ireland/PA. Mark Sweney · @marksweney · email.
The UK unemployment rate remained at an 11-year low in the three months to November, while basic wages grew more than expected, figures released on Wednesday (18 January) showed.
Fines that will pretty much wipe out a year's profits. A grovelling public apology from the chief executive. Immeasurable damage to the reputation of what is one of Britain's most prestigious companies.
Burberry has been bolstered by a return to growth in its Asian markets and a rise in tourists flocking to the UK to pick up luxury bargains as a result of the weaker pound.

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