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11 Jan
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Entain CEO quits with MGM lurking

Entain's chief executive has quit the owner of Ladbrokes with the company a takeover target for MGM Resorts International.

11 Jan
Grainger buys Bristol forward fund build to rent scheme for £63m

Residential landlord Grainger said on Monday that it has bought a 231-home forward fund build to rent development in Bristol for around £63. 1m, with Cubex Land as development manager, backed by Fiera Real Estate.

11 Jan
EasyJet signs new term loan facility, British Land collects 71pc of December quarter rent

London open The FTSE 100 is expected to open seven points lower on Monday, having closed up 0. 24% on Friday at 6,873. 26.

11 Jan
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British Land says less than a third of retail stores open

British Land said less than a third of its retail stores were open under the latest national lockdown and that it had collected 71% of rent due in December.

11 Jan
Simon Thompson appointed as new Royal Mail CEO

Former Ocado director Simon Thompson has been appointed chief executive of Royal Mail, the company confirmed on Monday.

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London pre-open: Stocks seen lower amid reports of tougher restrictions

London stocks were set to fall at the open on Monday amid reports that Covid-19 restrictions in England are set to get even tougher.

11 Jan
Monday newspaper round-up: Small firms, Post Office, M&G

Small businesses and manufacturers are bracing themselves for a fight for survival this year, according to fresh survey data, as they negotiate the twin threats of Covid-19 and weaker post-Brexit trade with the EU. More than 250,000 small firms expect to fold without further government financial support, according to a quarterly poll by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB). - Guardian.