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Ex-M&S and Unilever chiefs eye £6bn Flora bid

A former boss of Marks & Spencer (M&S) and an ex-Unilever chief operating officer are being lined up to play key roles in the...

Household debt warning as borrowing levels soar

A credit rating agency has warned about soaring levels of household debt as Bank of England figures show unsecured borrowing is back above £200bn. The...

Whitehall ends Deloitte ban after Brexit row

The professional services giant Deloitte has resumed bidding for Government contracts after being placed in the deep freeze by Theresa May over a memo...

Kids Company bosses face six-year board ban

The founder and former trustees of Kids Company are facing company directorship bans of up to six years following a Government investigation into the...

TaxAssist Accountants Group Chief Executive Director receives Honorary AIA Membership in recognition of his...

Karl Sandall, Group Chief Executive Director of TaxAssist Accountants, has been awarded honorary membership of the Association of International Accountants (AIA) in recognition of...

For The Cat Food Experience

OSCAR Pet Foods has the expertise and the knowledge to deliver a food that will inspire the appetite of any cat, and with the...

Spoton Success: Meet Garry Stewart, the local it’seeze website consultant for York and Harrogate

Looking for an opportunity that provides real job satisfaction alongside a great work-life balance? That’s exactly what Garry Stewart found when he joined Spoton.net...

The Super 6 – is one for you?

Home Instead Senior Care is the world’s largest and best home care provider – enabling older people to stay in their own home for...

FT journalists may strike over gender pay gap

Financial Times' journalists could strike over the gender pay gap at the newspaper amid fury that female journalists are being paid 13% less than...

LoveHomeSwap sold to Wyndham in £40m deal

LoveHomeSwap, one of the UK's best-known sharing economy start-ups, is close to being sold to the American hotels giant Wyndham in a £40m deal. Sky...

The Week and Viz owner plants idea of asset sales

The Week and other well-known British magazine titles could change hands as part of a review ?of the publishing empire built by Felix Dennis,...

Worldpay haggles over UK HQ in £9bn takeover

Worldpay and its American suitor are haggling over the future status of its British operations as they seek to finalise a £9bn takeover of...

Briton convicted in Germany of major cyberattack

A British man has been convicted of carrying out a mercenary cyberattack on Deutsche Telekom last year. The 29-year-old, who has only been named as...

US economy grows by 2.6% in second quarter

The US economy grew by 2.6% in the second quarter compared to 1.2% in the first, according to Commerce Department figures. The latest growth was...

Bankers’ scourge Tyrie holds audit firm talks

Andrew Tyrie, the former chairman of the Treasury Select Committee, has raised the idea of helping the world's biggest accountancy firms deal with growing...

Paul Shaw New Business Doctors Franchisee

Business Doctors has recruited its fourth franchisee for Greater London. Former lastminute.com and Time Out director Paul Shaw has bought the exclusive territory of Hounslow...