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Energy Oil hires new CEO

Enegi Oil the Oil and Gas company which specialise in marginal fields in the north sea has appointed Nigel Burton as CEO taking over from Alan Minty. Burton comes with over 25 years in the energy and utilities and some of this includes heading up PetroSaudi Oil Services Ltd and Advanced Power AG. Alan Minty

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Lower iPhone sales hit Laird profits

A decline in iPhone sales in the third quarter hit profits at smartphone component maker Laird, sending shares tumbling 45%. Source: BBC Lower iPhone sales hit Laird profits Lower iPhone sales hit Laird profits BBC A decline in iPhone sales in the third quarter hit profits at smartphone component maker Laird, sending shares tumbling 45%.

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Your own boss?

Being self-employed is a way of life for almost five million UK workers, with some choosing to work independently, while others are being forced to adopt it. Source: BBC Your own boss? Your own boss? BBC Being self-employed is a way of life for almost five million UK workers, with some choosing to work independently,

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FTSE 100 edges higher after chancellor reassures

The FTSE 100 ends the day 0.3% higher after chancellor Philip Hammond suggests firms will not be restricted from recruiting highly skilled workers post-Brexit. Source: BBC FTSE 100 edges higher after chancellor reassures FTSE 100 edges higher after chancellor reassures BBC The FTSE 100 ends the day 0.3% higher after chancellor Philip Hammond suggests firms

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Skilled workers 'may be exempt from immigration controls': Hammond

Highly skilled workers may be exempt from the government’s planned immigration controls, Chancellor Philip Hammond says. Source: BBC Skilled workers 'may be exempt from immigration controls': Hammond Skilled workers 'may be exempt from immigration controls': Hammond BBC Highly skilled workers may be exempt from the government’s planned immigration controls, Chancellor Philip Hammond says.

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