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Bank says UK in sustained recovery

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The UK economy is in a sustained recovery and does not face major inflation risks, according to the Bank of England's latest minutes.
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UNITE THE UNION, About Trade Unions by Jamie-Max Caldwell

I created this video to explain what a trade union is. Follow me #mightyjambug or email jamie-maxcaldwell@hotmail.co.uk Join Unite or for more info go to www...

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The Top 5 Management Mistakes

The Top 5 Management Mistakes | A2 Business | Scoop.it

There is no such thing as a manager who doesn’t make mistakes. As a manager, there are some things you can do to avoid making that are more significant than others.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, November 19, 2013 3:17 AM

Managers come from different walks of life, possess various characteristics, and have their own philosophies regarding how to manage a business and employees. After 20 years of delivering management training programs, these are common mistakes made by managers at different levels and in various industries.


Take a look at the most common mistakes.

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AT&T said to be considering Vodafone Group takeover | TeleGeography.com

AT&T is reportedly considering a potential takeover of Vodafone Group, Bloomberg reports citing unnamed people familiar with the situation. No formal negotiations are believed to have begun yet, but AT&T is said to be investigating which Vodafone assets it would retain after a deal, and which it would sell and to whom.

 

The US giant has been linked with other acquisitions in Europe in recent months, with UK cellco EE (a joint venture between Orange Group and Deutsche Telekom) believed to be an alternative target.

 

An acquisition or merger with Vodafone, however, would be on a different scale, and would see the creation of the world’s largest telecoms company by revenue. Any such deal would likely have to wait for the completion of Vodafone’s sale to Verizon Communications of its 45% stake in Verizon Wireless, which is due to close in early 2014. Neither AT&T nor Vodafone has commented publicly on the speculation.


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