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Online punters are being cheated out of winnings they expected to receive, a City watchdog has found. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said it is taking "enforcement action" against a number of online bookies - which it is refusing...
The average annual car insurance premium has risen by £90 during the last year to around £666, research shows. This is an increase of just over 15% compared to a year ago - and a hike of more than five...
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Accountancy and financial franchises are an increasingly popular choice for many franchise seekers and the UK is at the top of the global financial services sector. The franchises available in the financial and accountancy industries are diverse, meaning that...
A UK tech firm locked in a licencing row with Apple has put itself up for sale after receiving bid interest. Imagination Technologies, whose shares trade on the FTSE 250, lost 70% of its market value at one stage on...
The cost of one of Britain's most popular fruits may "soar" by up to 50% if Brexit restricts EU seasonal workers from picking, according to an industry body. A report for British Summer Fruits says around 95% of the 29,000...
Starting a website and digital marketing franchise is a great way to increase your income, improve your work/life balance, and experience real job satisfaction. But what does it take to become truly successful? We asked our network of expert franchisees...
There are so many interesting opportunities in the automotive franchise sector. It’s not just a matter of selling or hiring vehicles, you could be getting hands on with repairing vehicles or even offer niche services like rust proofing One...
Uber's troubled chief executive, Travis Kalanick, has quit following a revolt by major shareholders. He agreed to leave his post at the taxi app firm after receiving a letter demanding his resignation from some of its top investors. The shareholders joined...
A "British problem" of false food poisoning claims means hoteliers abroad could bar UK holidaymakers from their resorts, according to the travel industry. Holiday firms have reported a surge in legal action - mostly involving claims management companies (CMCs) representing...
Nearly a decade after the financial crisis, its tentacles have finally reached out into the criminal courts. A bank and four of its most senior former employees all charged with a fraud involving billions of pounds and the sovereign wealth...
If you have a head for business then this could be the opportunity for you. There are so many different types of business advice franchises that there is something for everyone regardless of their experience or investment capital sum....
Thousands of Tesco customers across the UK have had home grocery deliveries held up by a technical glitch. The country's largest retailer confirmed it was battling a problem after people took to social media to complain they were not getting...
Mark Carney has outlined his opposition to a rise in interest rates as pressure for an increase builds at the Bank of England. The Bank's governor told a City audience "now is not yet the time" to raise borrowing costs...
Barclays and four former senior executives are facing criminal charges relating to investments sought from Qatar in 2008. It is the first bank to face criminal charges over actions taken during the financial crisis. The four men charged - including its...
A professor at the London School of Economics (LSE) has been appointed to the Bank of England's monetary policy committee - currently split on the path for interest rates. The Treasury announced on Monday that Silvana Tenreyro would replace Kristin...

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