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M&S Loses Britain's Largest Clothing Retailer Title to Next
June 29 (Bloomberg) -- Marks & Spencer Group Plc's reign as the U.K.'s largest clothing retailer by market value is over after it was overtaken this week by competitor Next Plc. Next, which gets about a third of sales from its online Directory unit ...
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Makers' mark: why UK PLC is on the march
Mr Russell also warns of a "real demographic challenge" with 30 per cent of the UK's stronger manufacturing workforce set to retire over the next 10 years. But British firms are pursuing more opportunities in the Bric economies as well as the Middle East.
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UK plc turns against Europe
In a stark warning to the Government that any economic union as a result of the eurozone crisis could have negative effects on the UK, the director general of the British Chambers of Commerce, John Longworth, said that the balance of advantages of the ...
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Michael Laudrup appointed new manager of Swansea City
Then you look at his next three jobs: Getafe, I thought he did well but fell out with the owner, had a great run in the Europa League, almost knocked out the mighty Bayern Munich.
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Technology company that survived the dot-com crisis could be beginning to ...
Back in the heyday of technology stocks in the year 2000, there were a number of extraordinary stock market darlings that returned some investors many times their capital before capitulation, and in many cases, outright failure.
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Babcock steps up in FTSE reshuffle
The firm owns a variety of defence interests, including Plymouth's Devonport Shipyard and it has secured a contract to support the development of the next generation of Trident nuclear submarines. Man Group was placed 156th, while Babcock sat at 83rd ...
Clive James has 'lost his battle with cancer'
Australian broadcaster Clive James has admitted that he is losing his long-fought battle with leukaemia. The 72-year-old told a BBC Radio 4 programme that he has "almost died four times" since being diagnosed with the disease two-and-a-half years ago.
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ASK THE EXPERTS: Endowment bonus is only �90 so should I cash it in?
Cauldon Group changed its name to Reece plc in November 1990. Administrators were appointed to the manufacturing company in November 2001.
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Rangers newco: Plans for club to enter Scottish Division One
All changes have to be approved by SPL and SFL clubs over the next few days. The plans require the support of eight SPL clubs and a majority of SFL clubs to be passed.
Rangers crisis: Ibrox and Murray Park transferred to Scottish newco  stv.tv
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Boots sold to U.S. firm Walgreens
Boots, which began as a corner shop herbalist in Nottingham in 1849, is set to be taken over by the US drugstore giant Walgreens. The household name US retailer is paying a staggering �4.3billion for a 45per cent stake in Boots, which employs 75,000 ...
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