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Office Outlet demands three-year rent-free period in latest CVA
One of the UK's biggest stationery retailers is asking some of its landlords for a three-year rent holiday in the latest restructuring plan forced on the industry by soaring costs and weak sales.
Just Eat chairman Mike Evans to help steer £45bn Prudential break-up
The chairman of Just Eat, the food delivery company, is being lined up to play a leading role in the £45bn break-up of Prudential into two separately listed FTSE-100 finance giants.
Superdry co-founder gives £1m to referendum campaign
The co-founder of clothing label Superdry has made a record donation to the campaign for a referendum on the final Brexit deal.
'Dumb phone' sales on the rise as smartphone users hope to switch off
Walk down any high street and you'll most likely see people glued to their smartphones.
House of Fraser owed £484m to creditors before its collapse
House of Fraser owed £484m to its creditors including designers like Gucci, Armani and Diesel before its collapse.
Elon Musk reveals 'excruciating' year for Tesla and says 'worst yet to come' for himself
An emotional Elon Musk has revealed the past year has been "excruciating", with the "worst yet to come" in his personal life.
Tesla whistleblower says company spies on employees
A former Tesla employee has claimed the company spies on its workers and allowed a drug cartel to operate inside of its plant.
Turkish lira weakens as US warns of new sanctions over detained pastor
The Turkish lira was slightly lower on Friday after the US warned Ankara should expect more sanctions over the detention of an American evangelical pastor.
Firm controlling Genoa bridge 'must pay to rebuild it', says Italian government
The Italian government has demanded that the company in control of the collapsed Genoa bridge rebuild it at the firm's own expense.
Competition watchdog finalises move to new Canary Wharf HQ
Britain's competition watchdog will next week announce the relocation of its headquarters amid suggestions that parliament's proposed refurbishment is having a wider impact on the government's central London property estate.