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Major economies must embark on a huge spending spree to spur growth, one of the world’s leading think-tanks warned on Monday.
Sports Direct owner and boss Mike Ashley faces fresh scrutiny as the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) officially launched an investigation into the sporting goods retailer.
Dr Martens is stomping into Camden with big plans for a new European head office and flagship shop, north London landlord Market Tech Holdings has revealed,
A flurry of lettings to top retailers in Covent Garden has helped to offset subdued demand for flats at Earl’s Court, the boss of London landlord and developer Capital & Counties said on Monday.
A board of London captains of industry and entrepreneurs set up to advise Sadiq Khan on business will have a majority of women members.
Londoners will be able to get the latest upmarket togs from Gucci and Burberry on their doorstep within 90 minutes, under plans unveiled on Monday by Matchesfashion.com.
The City of London Corporation on Monday gave the green light for the City’s tallest tower, dubbed the “Trellis”, to be built.
Investors cashed out of Ladbrokes Coral on Monday, concerned that the newly merged group could be eyeing up a £2.3 billion swoop Down Under.
Good news for drivers planning cross-country journeys over Christmas: the price of oil fell again on Monday.
JD Sports’ pursuit of outdoor retailer Go Outdoors ended in victory on Monday as the company shook hands on a £112.3 million takeover of its target.
Thomas Cook boss Peter Fankhauser scooped a 19% pay rise for his promotion to the top job.
An overseas bidding battle for Lavendon Group kicked off earlier as France’s Loxam joined the hunt for the £350 million equipment rental firm.
Small business agony aunt Jo Malone shares her thoughts on meeting targets.
Meet the founder of Metail, the firm which enables shoppers to create bespoke 3D models of themselves so they can try on virtually the clothes they’ve spotted online.
Jim Armitage makes reference to a hedge fund friend in New York who has always made money whatever the weather.
James Ashton shares his thoughts on why he thinks it is vital that smaller firms are paid on time.
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