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Takeovers, scandal and debt - the colourful decades that ended in Debenhams' downfall
COVID-19 has proved to be the final nail in the coffin for Debenhams.
COVID-19: 99% of England under tougher tier restrictions as shops, gyms and restaurants reopen
Thousands of non-essential shops, gyms, bars and restaurants are reopening as England's second lockdown ends and the new tiered system comes into force.
Brexit:'Risk of serious disruption' at Channel crossings after transition period ends, MPs warn
There is a "risk of serious disruption and delay" at Channel crossings delivering the majority of the UK's fresh food once the Brexit transition period expires at the end of the month, MPs have warned.
High street prices plummet as retailers hope for Christmas sales boost
Shops are slashing their prices in the run-up to Christmas amid a crisis on Britain's high streets, a report has found.
Airbnb targets $34.8bn valuation in Wall Street float
Airbnb is aiming for a valuation of up to $34.8bn (£25.5bn) when it floats in New York next week after a swift recovery in its fortunes in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sectors spared COVID damage would be 'hardest hit' by no-deal Brexit, OBR warns
Parts of the economy which have avoided the worst impact of the coronavirus crisis would be hit hardest by a no-deal Brexit, the head of the government's fiscal watchdog has warned.
COVID-19: Boris Johnson says case for tier system is 'compelling' and promises £1,000 payment for 'wet pubs'
Boris Johnson has said there is a "compelling case" for further coronavirus restrictions - as he promised pubs which do not serve food a one-off payment of £1,000 in December.
COVID-19: Outlook for global economy improving amid vaccine hopes, OECD says
The global economy will shrink by considerably less than expected this year and its prospects in the coming years now look brighter than they have done for some time thanks to the development of promising new COVID-19 vaccines, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
COVID-19: End of Debenhams will leave yawning holes in hundreds of town and city centres
A chain-store reaction has swept away two of the biggest names in retail and up to 25,000 jobs.
PM's brother forges alliance with ex-Blair associate at City advisory firm
Boris Johnson's youngest sibling is joining forces with a former business partner of Tony Blair to launch the London-based operation of a global financial advisory firm.