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Opening Quote: Dixons to ring the changes at Carphone Warehouse
Customers are used to be being put on hold by retailers. Retailers are less used to being put on hold by customers. But that is exactly what has happened to Dixons Carphone this year: customers decided to put their mobile phone upgrades on hold ...
UK unemployment report puts pay growth in focus - business live  The Guardian
Dixons Carphone cuts profit forecast  The Times
BBC News  
Water bills set to fall by up to �25 from 2020
Household water bills in England and Wales will fall by between �15 and �25 a year from 2020 to 2025, the regulator Ofwat has pledged.
Water bills set to fall in next decade as regulator orders companies to ' ...  Telegraph.co.uk
Ofwat to force private water companies to pass on savings from funding costs  Financial Times
York refuses to renew Uber licence
York has refused to grant ride-hailing app Uber a licence to continue operating in the city. A committee at the City of York Council cited the number of complaints it had received about the service and a recent well-publicised data protection breach as ...
Uber driver licence standards should be made national, say MPs  City A.M.
York is the Third UK City to Refuse Uber a New Licence  Gizmodo UK
Lottery funds for good causes fall 15pc as players turn their backs on draw ...
National Lottery players are turning their backs on draw-based games, triggering a drop in income for charities and other good causes that receive funding support from the state-backed lottery scheme.
Rise of the scratchcard helps reduce Lottery's charitable returns  BT.com
Westminster watchdog investigates Camelot's funding of good causes  The Guardian
Here's What the World's Central Banks Are Saying About Bitcoin
More than eight years since the birth of bitcoin, central banks around the world are increasingly recognizing the potential upsides and downsides of digital currencies.
“And there is the Real Danger. A Bitcoin World can Destabilize the Real ...  BTCMANAGER
UK wages expected to pick up, as Fed gears up to raise rates
US markets once again posted new record highs last night, on reports that US lawmakers were looking at pushing through a tax deal which would see the US corporate tax rate cut to 21% next year, as well as the top tax rate cut to 37%.
Consumer squeeze to continue as inflation rate hits almost six-year high  the Irish News
Households rein in spending amid inflation surge squeeze with Scottish ...  HeraldScotland
Cars could be programmed to chart potholes in future, says Highways England
Cars of the future could be programmed to spot potholes and transmit the information to Highways England, the road operator has said.
Road advice will be beamed to dashboards by fibre-optic cables in motorway  The Times
Cars of future will spot potholes and tell us, says Highways England  The Guardian
Ryanair dispute threatens disruption for Christmas travellers
Ryanair passengers heading home for Christmas are facing significant disruption to their plans after the airline's pilots in Dublin announced a one-day strike next week.
Ryanair pilots to strike before Christmas  BBC News
Ryanair faces potential strikes in core markets  Financial Times
Are Retailers Safe Under Westfield's French Buyer?
It will never be the Champs-�lys�es, but your local Westfield mall may exhibit, perhaps, a French twist, in a few years. Mall landlord Westfield Corporation Ltd.
Aussie shares rise on financials, merger talks; NZ falls  Reuters
In Spending Spree, European Mall Operator Bets on Westfield  New York Times
Tui profits boosted by strong sales in own-brand hotels, cruise ship
Tui, the world largest holiday company, has reported that booming sales at its own-brand hotels and travellers boarding its cruise ship led to the third consecutive year of strong earnings growth, despite unexpected losses suffered at its airline ...
TUI urges Brexit negotiators to find a "workable solution" for ...  City A.M.
Travel firm TUI puts plans in place to avoid Brexit disruption  Daily Mail