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Tesco’s turmoil deepened today as it was alleged that outgoing finance director Laurie McIlwee has not been requested to undertake any formal duties since April.
Alibaba’s record-breaking stock market listing has made its founder, Jack Ma, a pretty penny.
A Piccadilly Line Tube carriage was filled with smoke this morning causing commuters to panic.
Alibaba’s $25bn IPO was by far the mother of all stock market debuts.
The Scottish National Party may not have been successful in its bid to see Scotland become an independent state, but a side effect of the referendum has been a huge swelling in support for the party.
Four homes with spectacular view over Green Park have been sold for an average value of £5,100 per square foot.
Tesco saw a “big price drop” yesterday after £2bn was wiped off the value of Britain’s biggest retailer Tesco yesterday. This was due to an accounting error that overestimated profits by £250m in the first six months of the year.
Old Oak is set to emerge as a newly thriving London area within a few years, if government and Transport for London (TfL) proposals come to fruition.
Qatar will no longer host the 2022 World Cup, according to a senior Fifa official.
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You might have missed it, in among, you know, the fact that our country was on the verge of changing forever last week, but the Labour Party Conference started on Saturday.
There’s a few surprises on the list of Britain’s coolest brand list this year.
Despite what you might have heard, microwaving your iPhone will only end in tears (and possible injury). Do not do it.
An 18-year-old could become the next CEO of convenience chain Nisa Retail.
First thing this morning we told you that Tesco overstated its half-year profit forecast by a whopping £250m.
Blimey, Tesco. This is not just a small error.
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond has resigned as leader of the Scottish National Party this afternoon following the defeat of the Yes campaign he lead into yesterday’s independence referendum.
Skateboarders embroiled in a battle to keep the famous skate park at the undercroft on the South Bank have emerged victorious after campaigning to keep the park open.
There’s nothing quite like the sensation of finding a tenner folded into a corner of a jacket you haven’t worn since last winter. Legitimate free money! That’s the dream.
Some were worried it was an omen ahead of the Scottish referendum results, as last night lashing rain and electrical storms struck London and the south east.
Some 86% of the Scottish electorate cast their votes yesterday to decide that Scotland will not become an independent country.
Turnout: 84.51% (3,619,915)
The PM’s speech in full
Forget the iPhone 6! Apple is planning another mega event to launch two new iPads on 21 October.
Forget Scottish independence, the biggest threat to the UK may be an invasion of potentially lethal mosquitoes that is already marching on Britain after arriving in the South East.
Warning: This story will make you feel *very* poor.
Businesses in the UK could be encouraged to help tackle rising obesity in the UK with tax breaks for firms introducing slimming clubs and health activities for employees.
Voting has begun in Scotland as the nation decides on its future.
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Ed Miliband heckled in Edinburgh shopping centre
npower has bagged the not-at-all coveted title of the worst company for customer service in the UK.