LONDON (Reuters) - Two of Britain's biggest grocers warned they may have to put up prices in Scotland if the country votes for independence in next year's referendum.
Albemalre & Bond has revealed pre-tax profits fell to �4.9 million from �21.4 million for the year to end of June, on revenues of �107.1 million, down from �117.7 million, driven by a decline in gold prices.
Slovenian prime minister Alenka Bratusek, whose government has pledged to avoid seeking official help from EU and IMF. Photograph: EPA/Andrius Ufartas.
European aerospace group EADS plans to cut more than 5,000 jobs as part of a wider restructuring plan, Le Figaro newspaper reported today.
LONDON - Robert E. Diamond Jr., who was ousted as chief executive of Barclays nearly 18 months ago amid a rate-fixing scandal, is planning a banking comeback.