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Vulnerable customers are being forced to pay to access their money as banks close branches and axe free cash machines, say MPs.Communities across the country – particularly in remote areas – have been robbed of essential banking services...
Happiness test to boost Britain's profits: Workers urged to take part in online surveyBy City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 21:50, 8...
A new children's craze known as 'Squishies' has helped High Street retailer The Works drive sales higher.The foam toys, similar to stress balls and usually designed to resemble pastel food items or cartoon animals, have taken playgrounds by...
DAILY BRIEFING: Auto Trader raises its expectations after celebrating 'great' half year resultsBy City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 21:51, 8 November...
Burberry's £290 T-shirts sell out in under 24 hours: Fashion house uses social media to sell limited edition rangeBy City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail ...
Astrazeneca boss Pascal Soriot hailed a turning point as his firm reported rising sales of its drugs.After eight years of decline, the Anglo-Swedish pharmaceuticals giant said booming demand for new medicines meant it could expect sustained growth.Sales of...
Tesla announce Australian accountant Robyn Denholm replaces banned Elon Musk as chairwomanBy City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 21:51, 8 November 2018 ...
Superdry pinning its hopes on big chill to sell its jackets as it admits revenue took a hit from the hot summerBy City & Finance Reporter for...
Bombardier refuse to rule out UK staff cut as company restructure could leave almost 5,000 people joblessBy City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: ...
KPMG forced to clean up its act as Big Four accountancy firm halts working as auditor for top British companiesBy City & Finance Reporter for the Daily...

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