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Business news: Sports Direct and Watkin Jones - Express.co.uk


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Business news: Sports Direct and Watkin Jones
Express.co.uk
The ninth-generation family business, based in Bangor, Wales, believes a listing will raise its profile and provide a platform for growth. It will be valued at about £255million. Since 1999 it has built more than 28,000 student beds at 88 sites across ...

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Oil prices spike on output meeting - BBC News


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Oil prices spike on output meeting
BBC News
Oil prices have reversed losses following a confirmation of a meeting between big oil producers in March. Venezuelan officials confirmed that Russia, Saudi Arabia and Qatar have agreed to meet next month. Oil prices have tumbled 70% since mid-2014 due ...

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Wesfarmers offers $706m for UK hardware business Homebase - ABC Online


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Wesfarmers offers $706m for UK hardware business Homebase
ABC Online
If the takeover proceeds, Wesfarmers intends to invest in Homebase to create a new Bunnings-branded business over the next three-five years. The Australian conglomerate has extensive experience in hardware from its very successful Bunnings chain, but ...
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Microsoft is going to start pushing Windows 10 onto small businesses - Business Insider


Business Insider

Microsoft is going to start pushing Windows 10 onto small businesses
Business Insider
Small business users who run either Windows 7 Pro or Windows 8.1 Pro will start to see promotional pop-ups for Windows 10 in an effort to encourage upgrades. Microsoft describes this as "making it easier for small businesses to upgrade to Windows 10.".

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Macau's casino revenues fall by a third

Macau's casino revenues fall by more than a third in November from a year earlier as China's corruption crackdown continues to drive away some punters.

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