Monthly Archives: August 2012

Deportation Debacle for London Metropolitan Students

Posted on 31 August, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

Every year, thousands of international young people flock to Britain’s shores for the chance to study at universities in this country.... Read More

Transfer Deadline Day Brings Speculation, Last Minute Deals and Drinking Games

Posted on by Neil Bird under Misc

It wasn’t always this way. There was a time when football clubs could sign a new centre half or a goal scorer on any day of the week.... Read More

To Phone or Not to Phone that is the Question

Posted on by MOVEHUT under Economy

If you no longer needed an appointment at your local doctor’s or the hospital would you call to inform them or simply leave it?... Read More

Holidays off to a Flying Start if you Leave Mid-Week

Posted on by Kirsten Kennedy under Economy

With the current economic situation leaving the average family struggling in terms of disposable income, it seems that foreign holidays are a luxury few can afford.... Read More

Russian Commercial Real Estate Investment Transactions Could Top $4.5 Billion in 2012

Posted on 30 August, 2012 by Jodee Redmond under Worldwide Property News

According to global real estate advisor CBRE, commercial real estate transactions in Russia could be worth $4.5 billion this year.... Read More

Olympics Prove Unsuccessful for Hotels in Scotland

Posted on by MOVEHUT under Economy

Edinburgh’s tourism industry has been hit badly by the impact of the Olympics clashing with the capitals festivals-even with ticket sales rallying since the end of the games.... Read More

Have you Lost Faith in your High Street Bank?

Posted on by MOVEHUT under Business News

Movehut recently reported that Marks and Spencer is to launch its own current bank account.... Read More

800 Jobs to be Axed at Aviva

Posted on by Kirsten Kennedy under Economy

In a bid to save £400 million, bosses at FTSE 100 insurance company Aviva have announced that up to 800 jobs will be axed at their commercial properties throughout the UK.... Read More

Retailers Rethink Hypermarket Model

Posted on 29 August, 2012 by Neil Bird under Business News

Leading retailers including Carrefour, Walmart and Tesco are being forced to rethink the out-of-town hypermarket model in the face of changing consumer habits.... Read More

Tesco Release Property Assets in South Korea

Posted on by MOVEHUT under Business News, Worldwide Property News

Tesco PLC, one of the big four supermarkets has agreed to sell and leaseback four commercial properties in its subsidiary.... Read More