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The inside story of the great KFC chicken shortage of 2018
The KFC fried chicken shortage has rumbled on for almost a week. And it's a classic lesson in logistics management. By Richard Priday.
KFC Branches Still Closed As It's Revealed Warehouse At Centre Of Chaos ...  HuffPost UK
The news that's eggs-actly what you want to hear – KFC in Chester is ...
Sky News  
Unemployment rises in bleak news for Scotland's jobs market
Scotland's unemployment rate rose to 4.5 per cent in the final three months of last year. The rate was slightly above the 4.4 per cent recorded for the UK as a whole.
Rising UK employment signals faster wage growth  Financial Times
The economy: Three better things, one worry  BBC News
Lloyds bankers need simply be boring as story grows exciting
Lloyds boss Ant�nio Horta-Os�rio is a longstanding believer in the “kiss” principle: 'keep it simple, stupid'. Back in 2012, he promised: “As long as I am chief executive of Lloyds .
Lloyds hands bumper payout to investors and boss after 'landmark' year  Belfast Telegraph
"Fantastic" trading at the Halifax boosts Lloyds profits  Yorkshire Post
Government prepares for Unilever picking Netherlands over UK
Unilever is expected to make a call on where it will base its headquarters within the next couple of weeks, with the Government bracing for the Dove maker to pick the Netherlands over the UK.
Officials in London and Rotterdam tussle over future of Unilever HQ  City A.M.
British government braces for Unilever move to Netherlands - FT  Reuters
Mass recall of tomato ketchup sold in UK amid fears it could contain PLASTIC
SHOPPERS have been warned over fears a brand of ketchup could contain bits of plastic. The Happy Shopper branded tomato condiment is sold in Londis and Budgens country-wide and has been recalled en mass.
Wholesaler recalls tomato sauce because it may contain pieces of plastic  Times & Star
NatWest recruits AI bot Cora to answer customer questions
NatWest has begun testing an artificial intelligence-powered "digital human" to help customers with basic banking questions, raising the possibility of further job cuts at the state-controlled bank.
NatWest has recruited a "digital human" called Cora to help customers  City A.M.
NatWest creates "digital human" called Cora to answer people's ...
Head of financial watchdog invested in 'tax avoidance' film company
The incoming chairman of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has admitted making an “error of judgment” after it was revealed he had invested in a tax relief scheme.
Incoming FCA chair invested in film tax-avoidance scheme  Mortgage Strategy
City watchdog in spotlight over leadership after tax relief scheme admission  Sky News
Celebrity-endorsed vegan yoghurt recalled for containing milk
Co Yo brand is popular with celebrities including Nigella Lawson, who features it in her book. Photograph: David Yeo for the Guardian.
Vegan food firm backed by Nigella Lawson ordered to recall 'dairy free ...
Vegan brand CoYo recalls yoghurts after milk found  BBC News
Boston Dynamics robot fights back against armed man to open door and enter room
The company has published a new video that shows SpotMini, a small, four-legged robot, successfully open a door and walk through it, despite the efforts of a person armed with a hockey stick, who repeatedly tries to impede the robot.
People freaked out after robot dogs opened a door. Now they're resisting ...  Washington Post
Boston Dynamics is teaching its robot dog to fight back against humans  The Guardian
Citymapper launches bus-taxi hybrid Smart Ride in London
Is it a bus, is it a cab … it's Citymapper's Smart Ride. Photograph: Citymapper's Smart Ride logo. London-based transit app Citymapper is today launching Smart Ride, a hybrid bus and taxi service that will take riders around a fixed network in the ...
Road schemes paused amid funding cut  Belfast Telegraph
Citymapper is Taking on Uber and London Buses With its 'Smart Ride' ...  Gizmodo UK