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Stagecoach’s east coast escape

Days after losing the licence to run £1 billion-a-year South West Trains, Stagecoach appeared to be close to easing the burden of its 90 per cent-owned Virgin East Coast rail franchise.
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Buzzfeed set to draw up its biggest list yet

Buzzfeed is preparing for a stock market flotation next year, it was reported today.
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Get smarter about new meters, urges EDF boss

EDF Energy has urged the government to rethink its £11 billion smart meter programme, warning that it faces “many challenges” and could end in failure.
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Brussels blocks £24bn London Stock Exchange merger

Europe’s top competition official has blamed the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse for the failure of the companies’ £24 billion merger as she announced that Brussels had officially blocked the tie-up.
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Why blogs don’t have to be bad for business

A year ago only internet ad- dicts knew what a blog was, but now everybody from district nurses (lifeinthenhs.wordpress.com) to farmers’ wives (farmerwife.blogspot.com) have them. Even politicians (sadiqkhan.org.uk/blog/sadiqblog) are blogging, although it appears that some may have the odd helper.
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Boatman makes waves with his blog from Raasay

Blogging about his life as a boatman on the ferry from Skye to Raasay has brought engineer Paul Camilli a substantial web readership
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How old should your child be to start writing a blog?

My daughter is 7. One of her friends told her that she was starting a blog. Ella assumed that this was some sort of new game. She had no idea what she was talking about. She’s an intelligent child, but even once I explained
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Americans bully our banks because the dollar rules the world — but for how long?

At some point during the next year the American government will extract a huge sum of money from British taxpayers. It will happen via a multibillion-pound fine levied on Royal Bank of Scotland, which remains 73 per cent owned by taxpayers, for misselling residential
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There are still worrying times ahead for our dysfunctional banks

These remain bleak times for Britain’s banks, and some of the most troubled have the deepest Scottish roots. Almost a decade on from the great financial crash of 2007-08 the post-binge convulsions continue to ripple through the sector with frustrating frequency.