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December 14, 2017
Interserve falls 15% as Govt 'monitors' health

Interserve falls 15% as Govt 'monitors' health

Interserve, a rival of Carillion until its financial collapse this week, has seen its share price fall sharply on a report the Government is closely monitoring the company.

Fraudsters could benefit from Brexit

Fraudsters could benefit from Brexit

The head of the Serious Fraud Office has said there must be no let-up in the way financial criminals are pursued after the UK leaves the European Union.

‎Lloyds to keep £2000 cap on cash bonuses

‎Lloyds to keep £2000 cap on cash bonuses

Britain‎'s biggest retail bank is to retain a £2000 cap on cash bonuses even after being freed from the shackles of partial state ownership last year.

Melrose goes hostile with £7.4bn GKN bid

Melrose goes hostile with £7.4bn GKN bid

The FTSE 100 engineering group GKN is facing a hostile takeover bid after rejecting an initial £7bn approach by Melrose Industries.

M&S puts 380 jobs at risk in logistics shake-up

M&S puts 380 jobs at risk in logistics shake-up

Struggling Marks and Spencer (M&S) has shifted the focus of its transformation plan to its supply chain, announcing plans to shut its main London distribution centre at Neasden.

Informa's £3.8bn takeover of UBM not a given

Informa's £3.8bn takeover of UBM not a given

What do David Lloyd George, Rupert Bear, Sale of the Century and the World of Concrete annual trade fair have in common?

Carillion probe fast-tracked and widened

Carillion probe fast-tracked and widened

An investigation into the collapse of construction giant Carillion will be fast-tracked and "extended in scope".

Revealed: RBS's role in Carillion collapse

Revealed: RBS's role in Carillion collapse

The taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) tightened the terms of its funding to the stricken Government contractor Carillion three days before it was forced to call in liquidators.

Carillion collapse: The key figures in the firm

Carillion collapse: The key figures in the firm

Carillion's failure has prompted the Government to warn that the Receiver and regulators have the powers to seek penalties against directors if misconduct is uncovered. But who were the firm's main players?

Odeon screens banks for blockbuster float

Odeon screens banks for blockbuster float

Odeon‎, Britain's biggest cinema chain, is preparing to hire bankers to oversee a blockbuster summer flotation on the London Stock Exchange.