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Theresa May faces pressure to demand Philip Green lose knighthood over BHS scandal
Theresa May faced growing pressure to demand Sir Philip Green lose his knighthood today after MPs slammed the billionaire as the 'unacceptable face of capitalism'.
Philip Green threatens legal action against BHS buyer Dominic Chappell  
A fierce rap on Sir Philip Green's knuckles, but what comes next matters more  
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When Marissa Mayer walked into Yahoo on her first day as chief executive, posters of her face with the word “Hope” greeted her in the lobby.
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Payments from a �3bn European development fund were suspended indefinitely by the UK Government, just days after the vote to leave the EU, The Independent can reveal.
Britain's manufacturers are planning to shed jobs and put investment on hold after the shock result of the Brexit vote provided the sharpest blow to business confidence since the global economy hit rock bottom in during the great recession more than ...
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