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Troubled Carpetright scrambles to secure emergency funds
Carpetright is racing to secure emergency funding to pave the way for a longer-term restructuring plan in the latest sign of the crisis engulfing Britain's high streets.
Facebook row tech firm Cambridge Analytica suspends CEO Alexander Nix
Facebook row tech firm Cambridge Analytica has suspended its CEO Alexander Nix in the wake of a series of allegations.
Payment app ends wait for restaurant bill at Wagamama
Wagamama is claiming a world first through the launch of a mobile payment app which it describes as the "Uber for diners".
'Turning point' as inflation falls to seven-month low
Inflation fell to a seven-month low last month raising hopes there has been a "turning point" in Britain's Brexit-linked cost-of-living squeeze.
US fund giant Federated seals £400m Hermes takeover
A US-based fund manager is on the brink of sealing a roughly-£400m takeover of Hermes Investment Management, the blue-chip institutional shareholder owned by BT's pension scheme.
Government plans crackdown on reckless company bosses
Plans to crack down on irresponsible bosses of failed companies - and give increased protection to affected workers and suppliers – have been announced by the Government.
FTSE 100 miner Glencore's $1.7bn punt on coal
Received wisdom has it that the days of King Coal are over.
'Beast from the East' hits sales figures at Ocado
Ocado has revealed its sales were blown off course by the so-called "Beast from the East".
Ex-pensions lifeboat boss in talks about £100bn 'SuperFund' role
The former boss of the UK's pensions lifeboat is in talks about a role at the helm of a new 'SuperFund' that will target the pooling of £100bn of British companies' retirement liabilities.
Bumble accuses Tinder of 'bullying' amid hostile takeover attempts
"Woman-founded, women-led" dating app Bumble has attacked Tinder's parent company for its "aggressive corporate culture" amid a lawsuit and attempted takeover.