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RBS in black after 10 years
A POTENTIAL multi-billion pound fine in America for misconduct and higher restructuring charges took the shine off Royal Bank of Scotland's “symbolic” first annual profit in a decade.
Royal Bank of Scotland ends 9-year streak of losses  Financial Times
The Guardian view on Labour and banks: not casino capitalism  The Guardian
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Cadbury chocolate bars banned from NHS buildings after row over price
Cadbury chocolate bars have been banned from NHS buildings due to a row over prices. The firm which supplies hundreds of NHS facilities with chocolate are refusing to stock best selling brands like Dairy Milk, Wispa and Crunchie.
NHS BAN stocking CADBURY products after AMERICAN owners HIKE UP prices  Express.co.uk
Cadbury chocolate bars BANNED from NHS cafes and vending machines amid price ...  Mirror.co.uk
Pub offers 25% discount to customers who hand in mobile phones at door
A pub has started offering a 25% discount to customers if they hand in their mobile phones at the door. Diners at The Fat Boar pub and restaurant in Wrexham will get 25% off their food bill as long as they are willing to hand in their mobile phones at ...
A pub in Wales will give customers a big discount if they can stay off their ...  City A.M.
Wrexham pub offers discount to diners who lock phones away  BBC News
Jamie Oliver takes a battering! TV chef shuts more restaurants as sector is ...
Jamie Oliver is one of the most famous - and wealthy - celebrity chefs in the country. But now problems in his sprawling business empire have been laid bare.
Don't feel sorry for Jamie Oliver as so much goes wrong  Gladstone Observer
Jamie Oliver deserves more than ladlefuls of gleeful scorn  The Guardian
Delta, United Airlines become latest companies to cut NRA ties
The NRA responded by saying its members were being punished, but would not be intimidated. A Delta Airlines jet prepares to land at Ronald Reagan National Airport February 1, 2014 in Arlington, Virginia.
NRA lashes out at boycott movement as United, Delta and other corporations ...  Washington Post
Delta and United join list of companies to cut ties with the NRA  CNNMoney
Interserve crisis grows as debt talks stumble
Interserve is struggling to put together a crucial debt refinancing deal after the collapse of Carillion spooked its lenders. The troubled British outsourcer, which cleans the London Underground and manages the Ministry of Defence's UK estate, is ...
Crisis at Interserve Heightens as Debt Talks Fail  Finance News (press release)
Free-riding bosses grasp fortunes without fear
At first he said he deserved his �110m bonus, and resisted all the pressure to assign a large chunk of it to charity. Then he said he would give some of it to good causes, but not how much (“a private matter”).
Haul building firm bosses in front of MPs to explain their multi-million ...  This is Money
Persimmon bosses bow to pressure and sacrifice millions in bonuses  Brinkwire (press release)
Carillion halted stupid, unthinking outsourcing. Now it's time for change
Rupert Soames, chief executive of outsourcing company Serco, at the Serco London Cycle Hire depot in London. Photograph: David Levene for the Observer.
Questor: Looking at the figures, this is one outsourcer worth buying  Telegraph.co.uk
Stolen contactless cards can still be used even after they are cancelled ...
Stolen contactless cards can still be used by thieves even after they have been cancelled, it has emerged. Due to a 'weakness in the system', five of the UK's biggest banks have admitted that stolen contactless cards can still be used when they're ...
Thieves can still use contactless cards after they've been cancelled ...  Yahoo News UK
US, Britain in cybersecurity divide over Chinese tech firm Huawei
Washington is cranking up pressure on Huawei Technologies Co., the Chinese telecommunications-equipment maker that U.S. officials view as a potential tool for state-sponsored spying.
US growing more suspicious of Chinese telco Huawei  The Australian