Bold statements from David Cameron, Facebook may rival LinkedIn and former Tesco boss still uses club card

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Bold statements from David Cameron, Facebook may rival LinkedIn and former Tesco boss still uses club card
17th November 2014

David Cameron warned that a second global crash could be looming. Though the UK is one of the strongest economies in the  G20 group and recovering relatively well, Cameron has keenly emphasises the idea of a “interconnected” world economy, meaning his bold statements on a forthcoming crash are cause for some concern, at least. 

Facebook have announced plans which indicate they are trying to legitimise their position in the work place. With plans to introduce a service to chat, share documents and connect with colleagues, it is expected their next move will see them rival LinkedIn and Google+.  

The former boss of Tesco granted an exclusive interview to the Evening Standard, which will be in this evening’s copy. Sir Terry Leahy says he thinks the companies shares remain a good buy and revealed he still uses his club card. It was recently revealed  Tesco had overestimated their profits by 92%. 
 

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