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Delighted Paul Anderson is hoping Huddersfield Giants can use last night’s hard-fought 24-12 home triumph over Widnes Vikings as a huge Super League XX stepping stone. The victory was Huddersfield’s first of the 2015 top-flight campaign after defeats in their opening three rounds against Leeds, Wigan and Hull. But the Giants chief knows his side must play a lot better than they did against Widnes if they are to make it two wins on the trot at home to Castleford Tigers next Thursday night. “We’re...
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DELIGHTED Paul Anderson is hoping the Giants can use last night’s hard-fought 24-12 home triumph over Widnes Vikings as a huge Super League XX stepping stone. The victory was Huddersfield’s first of the 2015 top-flight campaign after defeats in their opening three rounds against Leeds, Wigan and Hull. But the Giants chief knows his side must play a lot better than they did against Widnes if they are to make it two wins on the trot at home to Castleford Tigers next Thursday night. “We’re...
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In his search for grandeur Bond had recklessly taken HSBC into a shadowy area of banking which would deliver devastating reputational damage to his successors, writes Alex Brummer
By Alex Brummer for the Daily Mail Published: 22:23, 6 March 2015 | Updated: 22:23, 6 March 2015 Weak due diligence – the failure of executives and boards to do their homework – has been a huge feature of Britain’s long running banking crisis.Fred Goodwin went ahead with the suicidal takeover of ABN Amro, after a warning from the run on Northern Rock, on the most cursory access to its books.Former Co-operative Group chief executive Peter Marks pressed ahead with the disastrous merger with the...
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Policy: Building more retirement homes would help release properties for younger families
By Ruth Sunderland for the Daily Mail Published: 22:21, 6 March 2015 | Updated: 22:21, 6 March 2015 The difficulties faced by the priced-out generation of first time buyers are well-aired, and rightly so, but helping last time buyers is one of the things that need to be done to correct the dysfunctions of the housing market.There is no doubt that life has become much, much more difficult for young people taking their first steps onto the property ladder as prices have shot up through...
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By Hugo Duncan for the Daily Mail Published: 22:21, 6 March 2015 | Updated: 22:21, 6 March 2015 The dollar soared to its highest level for nearly 12 years last night after a hiring spree by American companies set the scene for an interest rate rise this summer.So-called non-farm payrolls – a crucial measure of employment in the US – increased by a ‘scorching’ 295,000 last month following a 239,000 rise in January.The unemployment rate in the world’s biggest economy fell to 5.5 per cent,...
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Fosun chairman: Entrepreneur Guo Guangchang
By Rupert Steiner for the Daily Mail Published: 22:21, 6 March 2015 | Updated: 22:21, 6 March 2015 Thomas Cook is the latest British firm in the sights of a Chinese investor.Shares in the holiday giant rose nearly 25 per cent after Fosun, which also recently took over Club Med, splashed out almost £100million taking a 5 per cent stake in the world’s oldest travel firm. Fosun chairman: Entrepreneur Guo GuangchangFosun, a steel, property and investment conglomerate, is chaired by entrepreneur Guo Guangchang (pictured), the...
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Grave error: Chancellor George Osborne
By Ruth Sunderland for the Daily Mail Published: 22:21, 6 March 2015 | Updated: 22:21, 6 March 2015 Grave error: Chancellor George OsborneGeorge Osborne has finally admitted he was wrong about RBS.The Chancellor allowed himself to be persuaded by former chief executive Stephen Hester that the best way for the Government to get its money back was by gambling on big returns from the buccaneers at RBS’s investment bank.Osborne – who wants to offload the Government stake in RBS as quickly as possible after the...
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Star power: Model Daisy Lowe is an Aga ambassador
By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 22:20, 6 March 2015 | Updated: 22:20, 6 March 2015 Star power: Model Daisy Lowe is an Aga ambassadorA recovering economy and a buoyant housing market helped heat up sales of Aga stoves last year.But the firm, based in Leamington Spa, saw its pensions deficit more than double to £72million, creating a major financial headache.It blamed the Government’s quantitative easing programme for pushing down yields on gilts – or government bonds.These are used to fund its final salary pension scheme,...
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By James Salmon for the Daily Mail Published: 22:20, 6 March 2015 | Updated: 22:20, 6 March 2015 All the major High Street banks have published their annual results – alongside multi million pound bonuses and eye watering bills for mis-selling. There is talk that the public may be offered shares in RBS after the election, and the other banks are keen to show they are recovering after the crisis. Regulators have insisted on a host of measures to make them financially more robust, and...
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Cutting-edge: Sir Hossein Yassaie said  Imagination Technologies   was already involved in 5G projects
By Peter Campbell In Barcelona Published: 22:19, 6 March 2015 | Updated: 22:19, 6 March 2015 At the annual gathering of the telecoms and mobile industry in Barcelona this week, everyone was obsessed with 5G.But why is it important, and what does it mean for British tech companies?Simply speaking, it is the next generation of mobile network.Two years ago EE, Britain’s largest phone firm, launched 4G – a mobile service that it claimed was comparable to home broadband in terms of speed for accessing the...
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