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10 things we learned this week

EasyJet's bumper summer, Russia cleans up its image, Britain's energy problem.

by Jack Torrance
Last Updated: 25 Sep 2015

1. EasyJet's summer was sunnier than most.

2. Russia's graphic design community has a lot to answer for.

3. It might be worth stocking up on candles and tinned food.

4. Quitting your own fashion business is bang on trend.

5. Electric cars are on the charge.

6. Non-doms aren't all bad.

7. Poundland's online delivery charge is higher than you might expect.

8. Investors have put a total of more than £100m into companies on Crowdcube, but received just £600,000 in returns – so far.

9. Not every economics professor is a fan of Jeremy Corbyn.

10. Businesses that don't pay the minimum wage can now be fined £20,000 per employee.

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