UK Regulators Network launched to deliver better outcomes for consumers

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Office of Communications (Ofcom), The Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem), Office of Water Regulation (Ofwat), the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) and the Northern Ireland Authority for Utility […]

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Consumers to sharply increase smartphone usage by 2015 — research

Marketers should focus on m-commerce as the main channel to reach their target audience, as consumers plan to increase the use of their smartphones and tablets over the

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Many Scottish shops and hotels at risk of going under, R3 report claims

Hundreds of retailers and hoteliers in Scotland are at risk of going out of business in the next 12 months, a new report claimed today. Business recovery organisation R3

BT 'ultra-fast' broadband

BT see profits rise and reward customers with ‘ultra-fast’ broadband

BT have announced plans to woo customers with 300mb ‘ultra-fast’ broadband internet speeds by installing fibre cables. Advertisements state the best broadband connections reach speeds of around 40mb (megabytes

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Primark exceeds expectations and plans expansion

Further Primark stores will continue to open, despite the retail giant seeing a dip in full-year profits.

However although the stores profits are thought to

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Doom and gloom for UK service sector

April saw the biggest fall for 15 months in the UK service sector. However the Office for National Statistics said the figures were likely to be

High street struggles as consumers pay off debts

High street struggles as consumers repay their debts

As shoppers atempt to pay off debts, frugel shoppers are cutting back on clothing and groceries. Economists said the figures were "very worrying" for the country's growth prospects because

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