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Only 400 Threshers stores sold

A year after Threshers went bust, less than a third of its 1,400 stores have been reopened as off-licences, administrators said. Only 400 of the...

'Progress' for airline engine probe

Rolls-Royce claims to have made progress on understanding the cause of the engine failure that forced a Qantas superjumbo jet to make an emergency...

Coast owner happy with progress

The owner of fashion chains including Oasis, Coast and Warehouse has said it was accelerating its growth plans after a successful half-year performance. Aurora Fashions...

Vue set for £70m sale windfall

Cinema giant Vue Entertainment has been sold to a private equity firm in a deal that will net its management a blockbuster windfall. The UK's...

Bovis boosts sales outlets number

Housebuilder Bovis Homes has said it expects to sell a greater number of new homes in 2011 off the back of an expansion in...

Lord Hesketh quits over ship remark

Lord Hesketh has resigned from his post as deputy chairman at engineering group Babcock International after branding the Royal Navy's aircraft carrier programme a...

BSkyB passes 10m customers target

Satellite broadcaster BSkyB has celebrated a milestone by reaching its target of 10 million television customers before the end of this year. Former chief executive...

FTSE remains near two-year high

The London market has shown no sign of surrendering recent gains as the FTSE 100 Index remained near to its two-year high. A surprise jump...

Nato chief: defence cuts a concern

Britain's defence cuts are a "matter of concern", Nato Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has said. Mr Rasmussen made the comments as he insisted he...

Hague slams 'unfair' Burma election

Foreign Secretary William Hague has condemned the "flawed elections" which have taken place in Burma. Voters in the south-east Asian country went to the polls...

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