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Recruitment firm poised to pass � 10 million mark
But ahead of Wednesday's interim management statement to the stock market and the close of consultation with the food industry on Friday, McMeikan told Scotland on Sunday there was “a better solution” to the problem. He said: “We believe the solution ...
Spanish banks have credit ratings cut by Moody's
"Markets are worried about eurozone bank deposit runs and an escalating banking crisis," said VTB Capital economist Neil MacKinnon.
Santander UK rocked by Moody's credit rating downgrade amid Spanish ...  This is Money
Cattles shareholder group wins �22m
Claims from Cattles' other creditors - including its main lender, Royal Bank of Scotland, other banks and bondholders - have largely been resolved.
RBS Said to Lose Three in US Credit Trading as Broker Shrinks
Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, the U.K.'s biggest government-controlled bank, lost its U.S. credit-trading head and two junk-bond salesmen as its debt-brokerage team in the region shrinks.
Thomas Cook faces �14m bill for bank fees
As a sweetener, the banks, led by Barclays and RBS, have also been given the option to buy a 10pc stake in the 170-year old tour operator before May 2015 at a knock-down price of 10 cents (8p) per share - a 62pc discount to Friday's closing price of ...
Thomas Cook hires travel industry outsider Harriet Green as top boss
Chairman Frank Meysman said: 'Harriet is an extremely successful executive with the right combination of international, business transformation and ecommerce experience that we need to take the group forward.
Retailer Clinton Cards collapses into administration
The group, which is the UK's biggest specialist cards retailer and operates 628 Clintons and 139 Birthdays stores, collapsed into administration after failing to find a buyer for all or parts of the business.
From prison to the palace: Gerald Ronson, jailed for Guiness scam, picks up CBE
Property tycoon Gerald Ronson received the CBE from the Princess Royal at Buckingham Palace yesterday, 22 years after he was jailed for his part in the Guinness share-trading scandal.
Card shop folds: 8000 high street jobs at risk as Clinton Cards sinks into ...
The struggling firm's fate was sealed when its banks - Barclays and taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland - sold the company's �35million of loans to its biggest supplier, American Greetings.
Thomas Cook in warning over sales
"Our banks have been very supportive and we have a new, flexible three-year banking deal in place. We fully expect the hotel sale and the sale and leaseback to go ahead as planned.