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The chief executive of Britain's biggest specialist electrical goods and mobile phone retailer is quitting days before it updates the City on its Christmas trading performance. Sky News can reveal that Sebastian James, who has run Dixons Carphone since the...
Northumberland County Council has unveiled plans to refurbish its Morpeth headquarters at a cost of...
A leading UKIP politician has quit the party saying its leader Henry Bolton is "not the right person for...
For retailers, it's been a tough day, after a tough Christmas, after a tough year. And for some, it's looking a lot worse than it is for others. Take Carpetright. Back in the summer of 2015, shares in the company...
We're so sorry for your loss. That is how Dignity, the UK's biggest quoted funerals provider, is addressing its investors after a profits warning that has caused the share price to halve. Dignity, which operates from 792 locations and which in...
Aqua Cycle is a new exercise class at swimming pools in County Durham.It involves peddling against the resistance of the water, while the buoyancy reduces the impact on participants' muscles and joints. The sessions have been introduced as...
Carillion, the bankrupt construction group, had financial liabilities worth about £5bn when it went bust this week, according to the most extreme calculation of its obligations to tens of thousands of pension scheme members. Sky News can reveal that private...
McVitie's is shrinking the size of a packet of Digestives because of price increases caused by the Brexit drop in the pound, it claims. The company said the value of sterling has made ingredients more expensive and it did not...
Retail sales fell more sharply than expected in the core Christmas month, capping the worst December performance for volumes since 2010. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) issued the grim update on the health of the high street just hours...
Carpetright has become the latest UK retailer to issue a post-Christmas profit warning, its second in as many months, blaming a "sharp deterioration" in trade. Shares in the specialist carpet and floor coverings retailer slumped 48% on opening - an...
HSBC has agreed to pay $101.5m (£73m) to settle a US criminal investigation into the rigging of currency transactions. The case, brought against the UK-based bank by the Department of Justice in New York, centred on the activities of traders...

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