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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

BUSINESS

BUSINESS
Arcadia, Topshop, Philip Green

Philip Green’s Arcadia group is facing a court battle over its plans to reduce rents through a restructuring process. Landlords and creditors had previously voted...

The face of the new £50 banknote, which will be someone who has contributed to the world of science, will be unveiled by the...
M&S. Marks & Spencer boss Jill McDonald quits job

Jill McDonald's immediate departure means day-to-day running of the key division will be taken over by M&S chief executive Steve Rowe - a post...
Facebook, data privacy in Europe

An alleged terrorist accused of trying to kill police officers and cyclists outside the UK Houses of Parliament has told jurors he “panicked” after...
Facebook, data privacy in Europe

France has adopted a pioneering tax on internet giants like Google, Amazon and Facebook despite US threats of new tariffs on French imports if...
Tony Hall BBC director-general

BBC director-general Tony Hall has said the world is in the grip of the biggest attack on truth since the 1930s. The broadcasting boss has...
Bank of England Chief Marke Carney doesn't receive backing by German government for new head of IMF.

The German government said it has not decided who it wants to succeed Christine Lagarde as the next head of the International Monetary Fund...
Virgin Atlantic founder Richard Branson has launched his Galactic branch as public.

Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic is to become the first publicly traded company for human space travel after it announced a merger with a major...
Ford Motors business and automobiles

The head of Ford of Europe has issued a fresh warning that a no-deal Brexit would be a “catastrophe” for the motor industry. Chairman Steven...

British Airways is set to be fined more than £183 million over a customer data breach, the airline has announced. Alex Cruz, British Airways chairman...