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Dains operate from 6 full service offices across the Midlands region with a further 10 specialist service offices located throughout England and Wales.
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Prudential shares hit an all-time high in early trading after the company agreed a fresh tie-up with Standard Chartered and raised its dividend by 15 per cent.
Ukrainian iron ore miner Ferrexpo warned the political standoff between Ukraine and Russia poses less of a threat to business than a slowing Chinese economy.
Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke today admitted the supermarket giant has an image problem which still needs to be fixed and suggested that bigger is no longer better.
Europe's biggest recruitment agency offered hope that the painfully high unemployment gripping the region could soon ease as it grew sales for the first time in nearly two years.
French Connection has managed to cut its losses as the fashion retailer scrapped its previous approach of selling plenty of garments at a discount and made more sales at full price.
Ocado has made £9 million from the first three months of its tie-up with Morrisons as the online grocer said its deal with the supermarket giant was on track.
The float of the studios behind the hit game Candy Crush Saga could see 11 executives amass a combined $2.2 billion on paper when the firm floats on the stock market later this year.
The national minimum wage is set to increase by 19p an hour to £6.50, the Government has announced.
⇱ Scottish independence: Mark Carney warns RBS would have to relocate headquarters if Scotland votes 'yes'
Mark Carney has warned the Royal Bank of Scotland might have to move their headquarters to England if Scotland becomes independent and joins the European Union.
The popular Waitrose scheme that gives complimentary hot drinks to loyalty card holders has been accused of putting independent coffee shops on the brink of closure.