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My name is Joel Bissitt. I have been an entrepreneur for 24 years and have run many small businesses across various sectors. For the last 10 years I have worked mainly within online media, franchising and small business start-ups.

City executive funds 'final' MH370 search

A London-based hedge fund millionaire is helping to finance the “final” search for the missing Malaysia Airlines aircraft which disappeared nearly four years‎ ago, in a bid to solve one of modern aviation’s greatest mysteries. Sky News has learnt that Anthony Clake, an executive at Marshall Wace Asset Management, …

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Tesco to stop selling energy drinks to children

Tesco has become the latest supermarket chain to ban the sale of energy drinks to children. From March, the supermarket will ask customers to prove they are over the age of 16 if they want to buy the highly caffeinated beverages. The decision follows similar moves from Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, …

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US Bombardier dispute: 'Huge relief' for British workers

Media playback is unsupported on your device Politicians and union leaders have welcomed a ruling which stops the US imposing huge 292% import tariffs on planes partly made by British workers. Over a thousand jobs in Belfast depend on the success of the C-Series passenger jet, which is manufactured …

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Presidents Club: Networking as a woman in the City

Fiona Hathorn tells her stories of networking as a woman and explains how events need to change.She spent 16 years in the City and now runs Women on Boards UK.Earlier this week, The Presidents Club said it was closing after allegations that female hostesses were groped at its men-only …

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Toy stories

Parents may wish that their children turn off that device, just for a minute, and play with some proper toys.A recently-published survey of parents found that three-quarters of those asked thought excessive screen time would make their children less sociable in later life.The majority are worried about the health …

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Bombardier ruling: Q&A

Media playback is unsupported on your device Bombardier has won a trade case in the United States, overturning a decision to impose damaging tariffs on imports of its C-Series aircraft.In December, the US Commerce Department ruled the UK and Canada had given unfair subsidies to Bombardier to help it …

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