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2 HOURS AGO - The Independent

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Homebase to shut one in four stores with thousands of jobs to go

Thousands of jobs at the DIY chain Homebase are under threat after the retailer announced plans to close one in four of its stores over the next three years.

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2 HOURS AGO - Forbes

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Why Robots Will Come For Waiting Jobs Before Cashiers

Jordan Weissmann at Slate argues that machines will not be replacing many workers at McDonald's anytime soon: But when McDonald's began deploying touch-screen kiosks in Europe several years ago, management told the FinancialTimes that it didn't expect the new technology would lead franchises to cut their workforce. And if you walk into a McDonald's in, say, France, one thing you'll notice is that there are plenty of ...

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3 HOURS AGO - Zero Hedge

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Central Banker Admits Central Bank Policy Leads To Wealth Inequality

Six years after QE started, and just about the time when we for the first time said that the primary consequence of QE would be unprecedented wealth and class inequality (in addition to fiat collapse, even if that particular bridge has not yet been crossed), even the central banks themselves - the very institutions that unleashed QE - are now ...

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4 HOURS AGO - BBC

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Lloyds expected to cut 9,000 jobs

Lloyds Banking Group is planning to cut around 9,000 jobs - around a tenth of its entire workforce - over the next three years, the BBC understands.

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4 HOURS AGO - Business Insider

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P&G Shuffles Management, Focuses On Streamlining Co

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Procter & Gamble Co said on Wednesday that the head of its North American business, Melanie Healey, will retire next June, as the company puts together a new leadership team in an effort to revive sagging sales growth and gain market share.Healey, once widely considered to be a potential successor to current Chief Executive A.G. Lafley, will ...

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