BBC News - Business 8 March 2018

John Lewis staff bonus cut again as profits fall

The retailer says that 2017 was "a challenging year" with "subdued" consumer demand.

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Co-op repays £500,000 to suppliers as regulator launches inquiry

The supermarket accepts it has "fallen short" and has already repaid £500,000 to more than 100 suppliers.

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Tesco cancels credit cards after suspected fraud

A small number of customers have had their cards cancelled with immediate affect.

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Growth 'more important than Brexit'

The government should focus on economic growth more than Brexit, a business body says.

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Estate agent group Countrywide's shares dive as profits fall

Countrywide says its recovery will take time, as a profits fall sparks a 20% share price fall in early trading.

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'I founded a bank'

On International Women's Day, meet Anne Boden, the Swansea tech entrepreneur who founded her own bank.

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