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Austin Reed to close with loss of 1000 jobs
Austin Reed, whose suits were once worn by celebrities and dignitaries from Winston Churchill and The Beatles to Christine Lagarde, became the latest casualty of a brutal shake-out of British retail after administrators failed to find a buyer.
Austin Reed collapse to cost 1000 jobs  
Austin Reed to cut 1000 jobs after administrators fail to find buyer  
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Big bets by high-rolling hedge funds on the day of the European Referendum vote, based on privately-commissioned polls, could prompt major moves in financial markets - giving the UK public a indication of how things are likely to turn out well before ...
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