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Sir Philip Green's knighthood 'under review' after BHS collapse
Former BHS boss Sir Philip Green's knighthood is being reviewed in the wake of the store chain's collapse, it has been disclosed.
Sir Philip Green knighthood 'under review'  BBC News
BHS verdict to shine a light on demise of high street stalwart  Financial Times
The Guardian  
What Philip Hammond Should Do To Cure Britain's Post-Brexit Economic Blues And ...
That Britain seems to be going through a touch of the economic jitters immediately post-Brexit is true. The Markit PMI (a measure of how much businesses think they're going to buy in the immediate future, the purchases being to produce whatever it is ...
Britain's economy wilting fast  Times of Malta
Hammond says Brexit has hit confidence as UK economy shrinks sharply – as it ...  The Guardian
China shows commitment to move to market-driven exchange rate-US Treasury official
CHENGDU, China, July 23 (Reuters) - China has demonstrated commitment to moving toward a market-driven exchange rate, said a senior U.S.
G20 finance leaders meet in China  Sky News Australia
G20 countries call tax policy overhaul  NEWS.com.au
IMF boss Lagarde to stand trial over $400 million payout
IMF chief Christine Lagarde was ordered Friday to stand trial in France over a massive state payout to a colourful tycoon when she was French economy minister, dealing a setback to her stellar career.
French press review 23 July 2016  RFI
Lagarde Seen Likely to Avoid Jail Time, Keep IMF Job Amid Trial  Bloomberg
Vodafone says Germany, Spain and Italy drive sales growth
Vodafone branding on the side of a London taxi in London. Photo: Toby Melville/Reuters. Spain, Germany and Italy helped Vodafone to produce stronger than expected first-quarter sales growth despite a drag from EU roaming charge cuts and a weak home ...
Market-moving news and views, 24 hours a day  Financial Times
Vodafone boss insists UK is 'attractive' place to do business as ...  Telegraph.co.uk
Insurance scandal: Up to three million shoppers could get compensation over ...
One in three consumers who have bought warranties on household items may have been mis-sold them and could be in line for compensation, according to City watchdogs.
UK insurers censured for use of sales agents  Financial Times
UK watchdog finds potential mis-selling among insurance agents  Daily Mail
MasterCard to buy UK payment provider VocaLink for �700m
VocaLink, the UK company behind the LINK network of bank ATM machines, is to be bought by US payments giant MasterCard for �700m.
MasterCard to buy majority stake in UK payment systems company, VocaLink for ...  International Business Times UK
MasterCard buys UK ATM firm VocaLink for �700m  V3.co.uk
Sainsbury's deal for Argos approved by competition regulator
J Sainsbury's proposed acquisition of Home Retail Group, owner of the Argos chain, cleared a major regulatory hurdle on Friday when the UK competition regulator said it would not stand in the way of the deal.
Sainsbury's takeover of Home Retail Group approved  Herald Scotland
UK competition regulator approves Sainsbury's proprosed acquisition of ...  Market Business News
Trump RNC Speech Silent on Climate Change, Continues Bitter Fight Against Wind ...
Is it any surprise that Donald Trump—who believes the "concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S.
Vattenfall to begin work on �300m Aberdeen wind farm  Scottish Daily Record
Donald Trump vows to keep fighting turbines after �300m deal  Scotsman
Call for coffee chains to reuse cups as 2.5billion dumped every year
Coffee shop chains must go "further and faster" to develop recyclable cups as new research reveals more than 2.5billion are thrown away in the UK every year - enough to go around the world five-and-a-half times.
4 Billion Starbucks To-Go Cups Thrown Away Each Year ... Will Recyclable Cup ...  EcoWatch
Starbucks trials recyclable cups in move to tackle landfill waste  The Guardian