BBC News - Business 19 February 2018

Chicken chaos as KFC closes 750 outlets

Most of the chicken chain's 900 UK outlets are shut following "issues" with new delivery firm DHL.

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Meat supplier Russell Hume falls into administration

The collapse of Derby-based Russell Hume following an FSA investigation will cost almost 270 jobs.

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Cash Isa savings rates begin to tick up

Individual Savings Accounts are slowly offering better returns to savers

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Great Ormond Street Hospital may keep scandal charity cash

Great Ormond Street Hospital had said it would return money donated by the Presidents Club charity.

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'I was made redundant when I was on maternity leave'

Sarah Rees was told she was being made redundant by a large charity after she gave birth to her daughter.

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Reality Check: How does renting a home in the UK compare?

Home ownership among young people has plummeted. What protections do UK tenants have and what responsibilities do they face?

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Arsenal and Emirates in £200m shirt sponsorship extension

The longest running current Premier League shirt deal will now last for at least 18 years.

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Indian bank branch at centre of $1.8bn fraud is closed

A Punjab National Bank branch in Mumbai has been shut by police investigating India's biggest loan fraud.

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Latvian central bank boss 'wanted bribe'

The Baltic state's anti-corruption agency suspects Ilmars Rimsevics of seeking a €100,000 bribe.

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What not to expect from Philip Hammond Spring statement

There won't be a red box nor any tax nor spending changes in the chancellor's March economic update.

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Carillion investors were 'fleeing for the hills'

"Those who looked closest ran fastest," says a report by MPs into the collapsed construction giant.

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Sir Philip Green faces more pension questions from Frank Field

MP Frank Field will probe pension schemes amid reports that Sir Philip Green wants to sell his empire.

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'You've got to make tough decisions, but in partnership'

When Mondelez took over Cadbury's it had to make mass redundancies, but how do you do that without ruining your reputation?

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