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Walmart Doubles Down On “Save Money. Live Better.” As It Wants To Help You Shop For Your Next Health Insurance Plan

Walmart quietly launched Walmart Insurance Services LLC. The new business entity moves Walmart beyond just offering education on insurance to selling health insurance policies. “Yes, you read that right, Walmart now has an insurance agency,” reads multiple new job listings on Walmart’s site. This follows a presentation by Walmart President of Health and Wellness Sean …

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Ikea left me in bits with a half-finished kitchen | Money

In October last year we purchased a £7,500 kitchen from Ikea’s Bristol store which was due to be installed by the end of January 2020. Due to incorrect parts being supplied, the Ikea installer was not able to complete the installation, chiefly because the worktops were not the right size. We were later told they …

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Watchdogs warn pharmacies not to hike price of face masks | Money

Two UK watchdogs have warned pharmacies they should not be overcharging customers for in-demand items including face masks, hand sanitiser and paracetamol. With face masks compulsory on public transport and increasing numbers of people returning to work, these products remain in high demand but in a joint letter to businesses, the Competition and Markets Authority …

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‘Millions still need cash’: UK project aims to preserve use of physical currency | Business

Allison Taylor had a cash-only policy when she first opened the Pastiche gift shop on Ampthill’s high street 26 years ago, but the steady loss of ATMs and bank branches have made it harder to keep coins and notes flowing through the Bedfordshire town. “We had plenty of cashpoints, including across the road, and now …

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Can cut-price electronics websites ever be the real deal? | Money

A quick sift through the offers on a price comparison app and it is easy to see which websites have what appear to be the cheapest deals on electronics and other goods. Many of the best offers come from abroad, particularly Asia, and the savings look generous. Take the newly launched Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus. …

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Coronavirus could spell doom for fashion brands as demand, money dry up

A sitting area typically filled with people is virtually empty as a man walks through Herald Square with a protective mask on March 12, 2020 in New York City. Gary Hershorn | Getty Images Without quick government aid, the people whose work propels the fashion industry – designers,  suppliers and other laborers – are facing financial ruin, …

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Push to end low pay may have to be scrapped, UK government warned | Money

The government has been warned it could be forced to abandon targets for ending low pay in Britain by raising the legal minimum wage, as the economic costs of Covid-19 mount. The Low Pay Commission, the independent body which advises ministers on legal wage floors, said the government target to increase the national living wage …

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The firms that have turned Covid-19 crisis into a chance to serve | Money

I’ve spent the last 22 years delving into the murkier corners of big business for my Your Problems column. It can be dispiriting work. The daily laments from customers have persuaded me that if corporate Britain has a conscience, it’s been smothered by terms and conditions that stack the odds in favour of traders. When …

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Britons go on shopping spree to ease grind of Covid-19 confinement | Money

The prospect of weeks trapped at home has seen Britons embark on unlikely shopping sprees as they create home offices and gyms but also embrace hobbies ranging from dressmaking to jigsaw puzzling and growing their own veg. With all non-essential high street shops and some websites now closed, what is left of high street trade …

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