Tuesday 27/02/24

In BUSINESS, CONSUMER & EMPLOYMENT NEWS, Japanese robots are coming to Europe, we look at whether Toyota was right to stick to hybrids, UK consumers spend and see food price inflation slow down while junior lawyers at one firm could get paid £2m in three years and Expedia aims to cut headcount by 9%. In REAL ESTATE NEWS, housebuilders face scrutiny and Hammerson sells a shopping centre for a discount. In MISCELLANEOUS NEWS, Sweden joins NATO, Microsoft does a deal with Mistral, Amex does BNPL, Wincanton has a bidding war and Homebase is up for sale again. AND FINALLY, I bring you some exhausting-looking dancing...


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