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Revealed: The winners and losers on the UK's high streets
New research has shown that independent stores are outperforming major retailers on UK high streets, amid worry for the future of the traditional shopping experience.
Bonmarche: High Street retailer collapses into administration as thousands of jobs at risk
Bonmarche has become the latest victim of the high street downturn after collapsing into administration, putting 2,887 jobs at risk.
KPMG partners' pay falls as audit reforms and fines bite
Partners' pay at KPMG, the big four accountancy firm, fell last year by an average of nearly 10% as it grappled with a string of regulatory fines and the cost of preparing for far-reaching reform of the profession.
The Libor investigation may be over but we haven't heard the last of it
It has lasted for seven years and cost taxpayers at least £60m - but today the Serious Fraud Office finally announced it was closing its investigation into the alleged rigging of a key interest rate.
How UK's economic growth will be affected if PM's new Brexit deal is approved
Britain has already absorbed almost all the economic pain of Brexit.
China's economic growth slows to 27-year low
China's economic growth has slowed to 6% year-on-year in the third quarter, amid a trade war with the US and fading demand both domestically and overseas.
Manufacturers call for 'simple changes' to PM's Brexit deal
Manufacturers have called for "simple changes" to Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, voicing concerns about the future of "frictionless trade" with Europe.
Johnson bakes fresh plan for sale of Gail's parent
The entrepreneur Luke Johnson is reviving plans for a sale of his Gail's Bakery chain months after his investment in Patisserie Valerie erupted into the biggest crisis of his career.
Hong Kong protests hit demand for Holiday Inn owner InterContinental
InterContinental Hotels Group has blamed continuing protests in Hong Kong for a fall in revenue per available room.
IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva urges MPs to back new Brexit deal
The managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has welcomed the new draft deal on Brexit, saying she "jumped" when she saw the news.