Monthly Archives: March 2013

UK Retail Sales Figures Fall in January

Posted on 2 March, 2013 by MOVEHUT under Economy

UK retail sales fell suddenly in January, confounding economists' hopes for a rise. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said volumes fell 0.6 per cent from December 2012, as shoppers were deterred by heavy snowfall. Snow is blamed for the fall in... Read More

Commercial Real Estate Market Improving in Lexington Kentucky

Posted on by Jodee Redmond under Worldwide Property News

The commercial real estate market is continuing to improve in Kentucky’s second largest city Lexington, according to the results of the NAI Isaac Commercial Properties' Report. The semi-annual market assessment revealed that vacancy rates were lower... Read More

Yahoo Orders Workers Back to the Office or Resign

Posted on 1 March, 2013 by MOVEHUT under Business News

Yahoo’s Chief Executive Marissa Mayer, who only joined the company in July last year, is making some drastic decisions that not all members of staff are happy about. Marissa Mayer The Chief Exec recently informed thousands of staff members in a memo... Read More

Skyscraper to Become Major Feature of Hackney Shopping District

Posted on by Kirsten Kennedy under Commercial Developments

A 27 storey eyesore is in the process of being transformed to help revitalise City Road in Hackney. In association with the already refurbished Eagle House property, the skyscraper will provide both residential and commercial space to raise employment and... Read More

The Changing Face of the High Street

Posted on by MOVEHUT under Economy

In its heyday when walking around the high street there were varieties of different kinds of shops, which had something for everyone. You could get a new outfit from one store and a pair of shoes from another, not to mention a bottle of wine from an... Read More

Motoring Organisation Appeals to Chancellor Ahead of Fuel Duty Rise

Posted on by Kirsten Kennedy under Economy

The AA has warned motorists that the cost of fuel is set to rise dramatically thanks to a combination of the falling value of the pound and a planned rise in fuel duty in the Chancellor’s budget next month. Petrol prices have already increased 6... Read More