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John Lewis set to grab retail throne from M&S

John Lewis set to grab retail throne from M&S | CLSG Economics: Markets and Market Failure | Scoop.it
The retailer has become a powerhouse after doubling in size over the past decade, developing a top online arm and from rapid growth at its sister chain, Waitrose.
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Dial 111 for market failure? | Public Finance Opinion

Dial 111 for market failure? | Public Finance Opinion | CLSG Economics: Markets and Market Failure | Scoop.it
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Article about the public services market, directly relating to the NHS

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Viewpoints: Is a salary of £300,000 a week too much?

Viewpoints: Is a salary of £300,000 a week too much? | CLSG Economics: Markets and Market Failure | Scoop.it
After a summer of speculation, Welsh forward Gareth Bale has officially a world record £85m move to Real Madrid. He will earn a reported £300,000 a week after signing a six-year contract. But is it too much?
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Eurozone jobless rate highest in about 20 years - Channel NewsAsia

Eurozone jobless rate highest in about 20 years - Channel NewsAsia | CLSG Economics: Markets and Market Failure | Scoop.it
The unemployment landscape in the eurozone worsened slightly in May, diverging further from the overall rate of 8.0 percent in advanced countries, the OECD said on Tuesday.
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An effective set of statistics showing the unemployment rates in a breakdown of months in the eurozone - unemployment has never been worse in 20 years... 

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One of London's newest skyscrapers has been reflecting an intense beam of sunlight onto pedestrians and traffic

One of London's newest skyscrapers has been reflecting an intense beam of sunlight onto pedestrians and traffic | CLSG Economics: Markets and Market Failure | Scoop.it
One of London's newest skyscrapers has been reflecting an intense beam of sunlight onto pedestrians and traffic. Workers complain it can be blinding. Street parking has been suspended. Developers say they're working to fix the problem.
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Walkie-Talkie skyscaper, worth £200 million, will have to have to have its facade rethought

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