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Tina Green to be summoned to appear before MPs over BHS collapse
The wife of billionaire businessman Sir Philip Green is to be summoned by MPs to answer questions as part of their probe into the collapse of 88-year old high street chain BHS.
Sir Philip Green has big questions to answer over BHS  
Tina Green set to face questions from MPs about collapse of BHS with husband ...  
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Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley has offered to buy collapsed retailer BHS, saving its entire store estate and thousands of jobs. Although the tycoon was unable to agree a deal before administrators were called in last Monday, Ashley confirmed to the ...
Liberty Steel boss Sanjeev Gupta boss is reported to have secured financial backing from an Australian investment bank as he makes his bid to buy Tata's UK steel business.
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Shown is the euro sculpture in front of the headquarters of the European Central Bank, ECB, in Frankfurt, Germany. The eurozone economy has finally recouped all the ground lost in the recessions of the past eight years.
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