FTSE unchanged after jobless data and minutes, but Morrisons jumps on bid talk

Having fallen as low as 6759 the FTSE 100 finished at 6796.71, up a barely perceptible 0.28 points. Sentiment was not helped by confusion over the UK unemployment figures and more poor housing data from the US, although Wall Street moved into positive territory ahead of the latest US Federal Reserve minutes.

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Why People Don't Buy Products--They Buy Better Versions Of Themselves

They don’t want quarter-inch bits. They want quarter-inch holes.


Scoban selects Lombard Risk for regulatory reporting

New private bank Scoban plc has selected Lombard Risk Reporter as its fully automated, end-to-end regulatory solution for Bank of England, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and European Banking Authority (EBA) reporting.


New road to be named after former Darlington council leader John Williams

The road will include a plaque detailing Mr Williams' achievements and is expected to be unveiled next month.


XP support ends April 8 - What does it mean for businesses?

"We were planning a company-wide desktop refresh and wanted the Operating System to meet our needs for the next 4-5 years, aside from performance and security 'Touch' was a key element as we see this as one of the biggest user computing trends to affect us in the future"

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