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 Jeep boss Mike Manley catapulted to top of Fiat Chrysler 23 Jul 5:40pm Jeep boss Mike Manley catapulted to top of Fiat Chrysler
Jeep boss Mike Manley is taking over at £22 billion parent company Fiat Chrysler after its legendary leader Sergio Marchionne, 66, fell seriously ill at the weekend following surgery.
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 British engineer catapulted to the top of one of the world’s biggest car firms 23 Jul 5:01pm British engineer catapulted to the top of one of the world’s biggest car firms
Jeep boss Mike Manley is taking over at £22 billion parent company Fiat Chrysler after its legendary leader Sergio Marchionne, 66, fell seriously ill at the weekend following surgery.
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 Tesco hiring staff for new chain of discount stores as it seeks to challenge Aldi and Lidl 23 Jul 5:01pm Tesco hiring staff for new chain of discount stores as it seeks to challenge Aldi and Lidl
It looks set to open between 30 and 60 shops by changing existing stores or reopening closed ones. The chain has listed a series of job adverts with a closing date of August 10.
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 Barclays creating 2,500 jobs in Glasgow at new technology hub - doubling its Scottish workforce 23 Jul 5:00pm Barclays creating 2,500 jobs in Glasgow at new technology hub - doubling its Scottish workforce
The bank is building a 470,000 sq ft office complex – the size of eight football pitches – by the River Clyde. There will be no redundancies amid the changes.
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 FTSE CLOSE: UK stocks plunge; Ryanair profits sink; Hammerson offloads retail parks 23 Jul 12:13pm Updated FTSE CLOSE: UK stocks plunge; Ryanair profits sink; Hammerson offloads retail parks
The FTSE 100 closed down 23 points, or 0.3 per cent, at 7,655.79. In today's City news, Ryanair's profits plunged 20 per cent in its first quarter.
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 M&S looks to start-ups to give it a leg up in the age of online retail 23 Jul 11:12am Updated M&S looks to start-ups to give it a leg up in the age of online retail
M&S has penned a deal with Founders Factory, a firm that helps build and support start-ups, in order to gain access to cutting-edge technologies and entrepreneurial ways of thinking.
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 Worth the wait for CentralNic to get internet domain expansion  23 Jul 10:58am Worth the wait for CentralNic to get internet domain expansion 
CentralNic Group shareholders have had to wait a few months to see details of its acquisition of fellow internet domain name specialist KeyDrive.
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 SMALL CAP SHARE IDEAS: Worth the wait for CentralNic to get internet domain expansion  23 Jul 10:31am SMALL CAP SHARE IDEAS: Worth the wait for CentralNic to get internet domain expansion 
CentralNic Group shareholders have had to wait a few months to see details of its acquisition of fellow internet domain name specialist KeyDrive.
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 Government pledges full-fibre broadband across the UK by 2033 23 Jul 9:57am Government pledges full-fibre broadband across the UK by 2033
New legislation should be written to guarantee all new build homes are fitted with full-fibre broadband as standard.
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 Government pledges full-fibre broadband across the UK... 23 Jul 9:53am Updated Government pledges full-fibre broadband across the UK...
New legislation should be written to guarantee all new build homes are fitted with full-fibre broadband as standard.
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 Increase in down valuations may be a red flag for house prices 23 Jul 9:09am Increase in down valuations may be a red flag for house prices
In the past two years, the number of sales resulting in a down valuation has increased from one in 20 to one in five – the highest level since the 2008 financial crash.
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 Experts warn an increase in down valuations may be a red flag for the housing market 23 Jul 8:10am Experts warn an increase in down valuations may be a red flag for the housing market
In the past two years, the number of sales resulting in a down valuation has increased from one in 20 to one in five – the highest level since the 2008 financial crash.
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 Ryanair blames rising staff and fuel costs for 20% fall in profits 23 Jul 7:49am Ryanair blames rising staff and fuel costs for 20% fall in profits
Despite attracting more passengers and growing sales, the budget airline said profits before tax fell to €319million in the three months to the end of June, from €397million the same quarter last year.
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 Ikea plans to open a string of smaller high street stores 23 Jul 7:44am Updated Ikea plans to open a string of smaller high street stores
The Swedish firm hopes smaller shops will offer customers an opportunity to talk to staff before committing to a purchase. It also hopes to start a 24-hour delivery service.
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 How to Get Rich Quick sees Dave Fishwick help launch a food stall 23 Jul 7:42am Updated How to Get Rich Quick sees Dave Fishwick help launch a food stall
Dave Fishwick started with nothing, he proudly claims on his new seven-part television series How to Get Rich Quick. Now a millionaire, he wants to help others make money.
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 Marks & Spencer looks to fresh-eyed start-ups to give it a leg up in the age of online retail 23 Jul 6:55am Marks & Spencer looks to fresh-eyed start-ups to give it a leg up in the age of online retail
M&S has penned a deal with Founders Factory, a firm that helps build and support start-ups, in order to gain access to cutting-edge technologies and entrepreneurial ways of thinking.
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 Ryanair blames strikes, rising staff costs and higher fuel prices for 20% fall in profits 23 Jul 5:26am Ryanair blames strikes, rising staff costs and higher fuel prices for 20% fall in profits
Despite attracting more passengers and growing sales, the budget airline said profits before tax fell to €319million in the three months to the end of June, from €397million the same quarter last year.
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 DUNEDIN INCOME GROWTH: New dawn as trust pays off debt 23 Jul 5:09am DUNEDIN INCOME GROWTH: New dawn as trust pays off debt
Dunedin Income Growth has a rich history going back 145 years. Today, the fund, recently the subject of an informative book by investment trust expert John Newlands, is much changed.
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 MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Xeros reduces water usage in washing machines 23 Jul 5:01am MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Xeros reduces water usage in washing machines
The group has just signed a major licensing deal with Sea-lion, one of the leading manufacturers in China. Xeros shares are 69p and should rise as the company completes more such deals.
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 One in four online purchases will soon require additional authentication 23 Jul 4:56am Updated One in four online purchases will soon require additional authentication
One in four online transactions are likely to require an additional authentication method thanks to new EU rules that come into place next September.
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 Tesco set to launch chain of discount shops to take on Aldi and Lidl 23 Jul 4:53am Tesco set to launch chain of discount shops to take on Aldi and Lidl
The supermarket giant has earmarked as many as 60 existing stores to transform into a low-price chain expected to operate under a new brand name.
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 We visit Le Gets ski flats for sale that are good for summer too 23 Jul 4:53am Updated We visit Le Gets ski flats for sale that are good for summer too
The mountains are beautiful in summer, but some resorts can be a bit of a ghost town. We find out why some resort resorts and developments are being promoted as dual-season
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 My car insurance premium shot up after I was victim of a 23 Jul 4:26am Updated My car insurance premium shot up after I was victim of a "hit and run"
As most innocent victims of hit and run drivers discover, Tom Patrick, who was asleep in bed at the time, was 'rewarded' with a sharp rise in his annual motor insurance premium.
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 INVESTMENT EXTRA: Would you take a bet on a boom in Kuwait or other very risky fast-growing nations? 23 Jul 4:24am Updated INVESTMENT EXTRA: Would you take a bet on a boom in Kuwait or other very risky fast-growing nations?
Choosing to invest money in some of the world’s smallest but fastest-growing economies, known as ‘frontier markets’, has always been a risky business.
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 MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Xeros making waves by developing a way of reducing water usage in washing machines 23 Jul 4:23am Updated MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Xeros making waves by developing a way of reducing water usage in washing machines
The group has just signed a major licensing deal with Sea-lion, one of the leading manufacturers in China. Xeros shares are 69p and should rise as the company completes more such deals.
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 I self-published my novels: Author Mark Dawson turned a three-hour commute into a new career 23 Jul 4:23am Updated I self-published my novels: Author Mark Dawson turned a three-hour commute into a new career
He started writing his assassin thriller series while on a 90-minute train journey, never expecting he would ever earn enough to give up his day job after his novel was rejected by publishers.
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 Getting the best rate for your holiday money can be tricky...follow our guide 23 Jul 4:22am Updated Getting the best rate for your holiday money can be tricky...follow our guide
Holidaymakers routinely overpay when buying currency - and there are many ways to get stung. Jess Hargreaves (pictured) learned the hard way how to get a better deal on currency.
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 A criminal posing as BT engineer took control of my computer - then robbed me of £7,800 23 Jul 4:22am Updated A criminal posing as BT engineer took control of my computer - then robbed me of £7,800
The fraud David Couldwell (pictured) suffered is the new game in town. Such 'computer takeovers' are increasingly used by criminals developing new ways of emptying victims' bank accounts.
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 How to watch the best Premier League games for less 23 Jul 4:19am Updated How to watch the best Premier League games for less
Watching the footie at home means an expensive sports TV package, we have everything you need to know from who has the most games to the cheapest deals to watch it on.
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 TONY HETHERINGTON: My Avis hire car was stolen but I got a bill for £885 23 Jul 4:08am Updated TONY HETHERINGTON: My Avis hire car was stolen but I got a bill for £885
I had insured the car through Avis and a month later the company took £885 from my NatWest Visa card without my permission, leaving me overdrawn.
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 The energy price cap becomes law but just 20% think it will make their bills cheaper 23 Jul 2:39am The energy price cap becomes law but just 20% think it will make their bills cheaper
The price cap passed through parliament last week and is set to be introduced in the winter for all those with a standard variable tariff.
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