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A 112-year-old tin of chocolates made during the reign of Queen Victoria have been sold for over £500. The tin was recently found a Lincolnshire attic among in a box of junk, Metro reports.

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The founder of US nonprofit Feeding Our Future and 46 other defendants face criminal charges for their alleged roles in a $250 million (£226m) fraud scheme that exploited a federally-funded child nutrition program during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Aberdeen-headquartered payroll and employee mobility specialist activpayroll has seen its revenue rise by 27%, reaching £35.7 million in 2020/21. Serving over 1200 customers in 154 countries across the globe, activpayroll offers a range of services under the three key pillars of Global Payroll

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Royal Bank of Scotland is offering £175 to new and existing customers switching their main current account to the bank and increasing the interest rate on their Digital Regular Saver account to 5%.

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The corporate team at Shoosmiths has announced the appointment of two legal directors and two new associates across its Edinburgh and Glasgow offices. The team, led by Alison Gilson, corporate partner and head of the Edinburgh office has advised on £150 million worth of deals since January thi

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EY has announced combined global revenues of $45.4 billion (£40bn) for the financial year ending June 2022. With an increase of 16.4% in local currency (13.7% in US dollars), this marks one of the most successful years in the history of the organisation with the highest growth seen in nearly t

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