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Struggling William Hill on Monday sought to restore its battered City reputation with a board overhaul aimed at reviving the flagging fortunes of the bookmaker’s online business.
Bond yields in Europe and America jumped again on Monday as investors bet that a splurge of government spending in the US will drive inflation upwards.
Insurance heavyweight Axa slimmed further on Monday by shedding consultancy and broker unit Bluefin to a US rival.
Online luxury retailer Matchesfashion struck a bullish tone on Monday as it unveiled a surge in sales and shrugged off the threat to consumer spending of Brexit and Donald Trump’s victory.
Pressure was on Monday mounting on Dominic Chappell as deadline day dawned for the recently arrested serial bankrupt to lodge evidence in an attempt to prevent his Retail Acquisitions venture going bust.
London property is now a two-speed market but the capital’s attractions are helping it to weather Brexit so far, the boss of Taylor Wimpey said on Monday.
Sandwich-maker Greencore waited to assess the outcome of the US election before revealing its near-£600 million deal to buy US-based Peacock Foods, its boss said today.
Volkswagen’s €18 billion (£15.5 billion) bill for emission-rigging could rise as the German car giant admitted cars from its luxury brand, Audi, might be dragged into a separate scandal.
Market report: Playtech calls house early with $120 million finance plunge.
Small business agony aunt Jo Malone, gives her advice on how retailers should approach Christmas.
Meet Facewatch: the tech firm which has an eye on the $1bn club with arresting way to fight crime.
Jim Armitage discusses how Donald Trump be a friend to pensioners as yields are boosted.