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21 Sep
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Trump fires latest salvo in proposed TikTok deal with Oracle and Walmart

US president Donald Trump has warned that the White House could block TikTok’s proposed tie-up with Oracle and Walmart if ByteDance seeks to retain overall control.

21 Sep
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Unilever's Dutch shareholders back proposed unification

Unilever’s Dutch shareholders have voted to end the company’s historic dual-structure in favour of a single entity based in London.

21 Sep
Illumina to take back control of Grail in $8bn deal

US healthcare firm Illumina is to take full control of blood test specialist Grail in a $8bn cash and stock deal, it was announced on Monday.

21 Sep
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Firms opt to repay £215m furlough cash - HMRC

UK firms have returned more than £215m of cash claimed under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, the government said on Monday.

21 Sep
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Rolls-Royce confirms possible £2.5bn fund raising

Rolls-Royce has confirmed it is considering a potential £2. 5bn fund raising, sending its shares sharply lower.

17 Sep
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Martin Franklin-backed blank cheque company to launch on London market - report

A group of investors are poised to float a special purpose acquisition company on the London Stock Exchange, with the intention of raising $750m.

16 Sep
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Hut Group shares soar as trading gets underway

The Hut Group saw its shares soar on Wednesday as trading in the e-commerce beauty business got underway, marking the largest debut on the London market in recent years.

16 Sep
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Waitrose to close four more supermarkets

Waitrose & Partners is to shut four stores, the supermarket chain said on Wednesday, putting 124 jobs at risk.

16 Sep
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Card activity declines, despite lockdown measures easing - UK Finance

Debit and credit card activity eased in June, industry data showed on Wednesday, despite the relaxation of lockdown measures and shops reopening.

16 Sep
Lenders must support credit card users once payment holidays end - FCA

The regulator is calling on lenders to support customers facing financial difficulties, as measures introduced to help borrowers through the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic come to an end.

16 Sep
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Inditex reaches 'turning point' as stores reopen

Zara-owner Inditex said on Wednesday it had hit a turning point in the second quarter as trading started to normalise, enabling the world's biggest fashion retailer to return to profitability.

15 Sep
H&M back in the black despite Covid-19 hit, shares jump

Shares in H&M Hennes & Mauritz jumped on Tuesday after the Swedish fashion group said it had returned to profit.

15 Sep
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Domino's Pizza to create 5,000 new jobs

Domino’s Pizza Group is to create 5,000 new jobs, the pizza delivery chain said on Tuesday.

15 Sep
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Policyholders claim partial victory in Covid-19 business interruption test case

The Financial Conduct Authority has claimed a partial victory in a closely-watched test case concerning business interruption payouts during the Covid-19 pandemic.

15 Sep
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Citi becomes latest bank to resume job cuts

Wall Street lender Citigroup is to resume global job cuts after layoffs were paused during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.

15 Sep
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Grocery spending slows as shoppers dine out during August

Around £155m was wiped off UK grocery sales in August, industry research showed on Tuesday, as consumers took advantage the government’s Help Out to Eat Out scheme and the easing of lockdown restrictions.

14 Sep
UBS and Credit Suisse exploring possible merger - report

Swiss lenders UBS and Credit Suisse are allegedly exploring a possible tie-up, in a move that would create one Europe’s biggest banks, it was reported on Monday.

14 Sep
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Think tank warns house prices could fall 14% in 2021

House prices could fall by as much as 14% next year, according to analysis by the Centre for Economics and Business Research, hurt by the long-term economic impact of Covid-19.

14 Sep
Profits tumble as Covid-19 hits home for MJ Gleeson

Annual profits at housebuilder MJ Gleeson have plunged by more than 80%, after the Covid-19 pandemic saw the housing market grind to a halt.

14 Sep
SThree strikes upbeat note despite fee income slide

STEM staffing specialist SThree saw fee income fall in the third quarter as the Covid-19 pandemic continued to curtail recruitment.