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Morning briefing - today's top Yorkshire business stories
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  Invention could reduce clinical waste in a healthcare emergency by up to two-thirds
  Unexpected mix of soil conditions, miscalculated land values and poor governance are all to blame
  Debit cards were most used, but falling cash use pushed notes and coins to third place, say retailers.
  The fast food chain says it will no longer give away plastic toys with children's meals.
  QUALITY Street lovers will be able to fill an entire tin with just their favourite sweet this Christmas. John Lewis is the first retailer to ...
  Projects could produce enough power for 6m homes in first auction in a decade
  MILLIONS of families are just one pay cheque away from losing their home with no savings to fall back on if they lost their job, new research shows...
  With little or no savings to fall back on, research from housing charity Shelter shows around three million working people renting a home could...
  Brits are using less cash than ever before, with cards now the most popular way of making purchases
  Paying with pounds and pence has been pushed into third place as credit card spending overtakes cash payments
  The aim is to cut down on plastic and comes after two girls from Southampton started a campaign against pollution
  Months after it was told to change its ways, an investigation has found the travel company is still using pressure sales tactics to get customers signed up
  Infants and toddlers should not be given soda, chocolate milk or other sweetened drinks, according to strict new guidelines.
  Millions of Brits are worryingly close to losing the roof over their heads, and renting parents are even more at risk, but there are ways to protect...
  AT&T Inc and Dish Network Corp are not in discussions over a deal due to regulatory issues, a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday, after the Wall Street...
  Bipartisan legislation comes amid broader national security concerns
  A Manhattan staple comes from unlikely origins.
  Making money should not be companies’ only goal, Business Roundtable argued recently. There are those who disagree.
  Big U.S. banks are using the recent chaos in short-term funding markets as an opportunity to pressure the Federal Reserve to ease liquidity...
  Elizabeth Warren’s recently proposed legislation, the Corporate Executive Accountability Act, which if passed, will hold...
  Downturn spells more gloom for economy as Chinese buyers fail to take up slack
  “You can’t cut your way to prosperity. You have to grow your way, and we’ve grown revenues now.”
  The strike against General Motors Co's U.S. operations has led to a parts shortage, the automaker said on Wednesday, and as a result it announced the temporary ...
  AT&T is exploring parting from its DirecTV unit, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
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