Life and Style NHS staff have to wait four weeks after redundancy before they can take up a new job

Three NHS managers reportedly received redundancy payments totalling nearly £1m - even though they continued to work for the health service.

Glencore reveals higher profits

Glencore, the Swiss commodities trader, which is being closely watched ahead of a possible listing later this year, saw its profits rise by 40 per cent to $3.8bn (£2.3bn) in 2010 as higher commodity prices boosted its bottom line.

1,000 jobs lost at Auto Windscreens

More than 1,000 Auto Windscreens workers have lost their jobs after administrators said they had been unable to save the business.

Wolves announce £9.1m profit

Wolves have announced a pre-tax profit of £9.1million for the year ending May 31, 2010.

Bleasdale resigns from HCL board

Kate Bleasdale has resigned from the board of Healthcare Locums, the healthcare staffing firm she founded back in 2003, though she remains an employee of the company.

Transfers push up Sunderland losses

Sunderland have recorded a loss before tax of £27.9m, latest figures have revealed.

Yell profit warning as revenue drops 12 per cent

The directories group Yell issued a profit warning alongside disappointing third-quarter results yesterday, sending the Yellow Pages owner's stock down by 11 per cent by the end of the day's trading.

Administration for Auto Windscreens

Auto Windscreens, the windscreen repair and replacement firm, has gone into administration, putting 1,100 jobs at risk.

Manchester United see commercial revenue rise

Manchester United look certain to be the first Premier League club to break the £100million barrier for commercial revenue alone.

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'Lenient' tax deals to be probed by Audit Office

Controversial deals struck by the taxman with multinational companies that owe enormous amounts in tax are to be investigated by the National Audit Office.

The Fashion Audit: 17/01/2011

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David Prosser: Don't call time on the annual report

Outlook: There are less than three months to save the annual report – in its printed form, in any case.

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