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New online tool helps fed-up workers deal with colleagues’ irritating workplace habits

A tool has been developed to help fed-up workers deal with their colleagues' annoying behaviour in the workplace. The "passive aggressive sign generator" allows...

Asda joins retail giants in rejecting online sales tax

ASDA is understood to have Ho told the Government that introducing an online sales tax will only harm retailers and shoppers already struggling to...

New online rail ticket booking platform launched

ONLINE rail ticket booking platform Seatfrog is to roll out its flexible ticket service across the network over the next six months, according to...

Over a third of teenage girls want a career in a traditionally male-dominated field

Teenage girls want to "break the glass ceiling", with 37 percent wanting a career in a traditionally male-dominated field. A poll of 2,000 young...

Ocado’s £578M fund raise may not be enough to save the business

OCADO has raised £578million from investors to accelerate the rollout of its robotic warehouses. Daily Express :: City and Business Feed

Storage tech developer Lovespace seeks to collaborate with more innovative partners

STORAGE business Lovespace has more in store for customers and their stuff as it looks for new partners after moves into removals and new...

Aldi and Lidl boost sales as shoppers feel the pinch

GERMAN discounters Aldi and Lidl are the only supermarkets to have increased their sales and market share, as shoppers tighten their purse strings, data...

Primark finally goes online in click-and-collect trial

BUDGET fashion giant Primark will finally sell its clothes online in a trial scheme to be launched later this year. Daily Express :: City and...

Watchdog fears global rationing of power usage this winter!

OFGEM has refused to rule out power rationing this winter amid fears of global shortages. Daily Express :: City and Business Feed

Eighty percent of small businesses are facing ‘cost-of-working’ crisis

Eight in 10 small businesses say they are facing a "cost-of-working crisis" because of poor customer service from suppliers, according to a survey. Daily Express...

‘Shocking’ toll of raising pension age has plunged 100,000 into income poverty

RAISING the state pension age from 65 to 66 left almost 100,000 65-year-olds in income poverty during 2020, the Institute for Fiscal Studies revealed. Daily...

UK recession warning: City warns of economic apocalypse after Bank of England alert

THE UK has been warned by City of London bosses the country faces a destructive economic recession later this year as the country buckles...

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