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Rathbones eyes £2bn merger with wealth rival


Rathbones eyes £2bn merger with wealth rival

Rathbone Brothers is in advanced talks about a £2bn merger with Smith & Williamson in a bold move that would accelerate the consolidation of the w‎ealth […]

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no responses. 18th August 2017 Digital Hits News

Jackson Hole anticipation ramps up in the City


Jackson Hole anticipation ramps up in the City

Decided what you’re doing for the long Bank Holiday weekend? Plenty of market-watchers already know. For weeks, now, they have had the date inked into their […]

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Game maker Atari sues Nestlé over KitKat ad


Game maker Atari sues Nestlé over KitKat ad

Iconic games maker Atari has filed a lawsuit against Swiss food giant Nestle over a recent marketing advert for its KitKat chocolate bar. The advert showed […]

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Goldman sells Spotify shares as float looms


Goldman sells Spotify shares as float looms

A multibillion dollar Goldman Sachs hedge fund has quietly sold shares in Spotify even as the Wall Street bank helps the digital music service prepare for […]

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Heineken cleared to buy Punch pub chain


Heineken cleared to buy Punch pub chain

The takeover of Punch Taverrns, one of the biggest deals in the UK pubs sector for several years, is set to go ahead after the competition […]

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Airline stocks drop after Spain attacks


Airline stocks drop after Spain attacks

Global financial markets are feeling the effects of the Spain terror attacks – with all of the major European indices trading down on Friday morning. The […]

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Brexit deal 'not essential', says think tank


Brexit deal 'not essential', says think tank

A trade deal with the EU following Britain’s exit from the bloc is “desirable but not essential”, according to a leading free-market think-tank. The Institute of […]

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no responses. 17th August 2017 Digital Hits News

KKR and Singapore plot Flora takeover bid


KKR and Singapore plot Flora takeover bid

A state-backed Singaporean fund is joining forces with one of the world’s biggest buyout firms in an effort to trump rivals’ £6bn bids for Unilever’s spreads […]

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Asda stems sales rot with first rise in three years


Asda stems sales rot with first rise in three years

Asda has reported its first increase in quarterly sales for three years, boosted by a bumper Easter. Britain’s third biggest supermarket, owned by US retail giant […]

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Rank Group adapts to the digital age


Rank Group adapts to the digital age

Rank was once one of Britain’s biggest and best-known companies – a leisure and entertainment giant whose services were enjoyed by just about every family in […]

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B&Q sales hit by bad summer weather


B&Q sales hit by bad summer weather

The owner of DIY chain B&Q has reported a drop in sales in the three months to the end of July, largely driven by a poor […]

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no responses. 17th August 2017 Digital Hits News

Emma Stone beats J-Law as highest-paid actress


Emma Stone beats J-Law as highest-paid actress

Oscar-winner Emma Stone has been named by Forbes as the highest-paid actress of the year. The 28-year-old star scored £20m in pre-tax earnings in the year […]

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no responses. 17th August 2017 Digital Hits News

Apple CEO: I disagree with Trump on Charlottesville


Apple CEO: I disagree with Trump on Charlottesville

Apple CEO Tim Cook has become the latest US executive to criticise Donald Trump over his reaction to white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Mr Cook […]

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no responses. 16th August 2017 Digital Hits News

Next phase of Brexit talks 'likely delayed'


Next phase of Brexit talks 'likely delayed'

Cabinet ministers involved in the Brexit negotiations are privately indicating that progress to the next phase of talks may now not happen until Christmas. This “sufficient […]

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Baker Greggs mulls £4bn trucks cartel action


Baker Greggs mulls £4bn trucks cartel action

Greggs, the bakery chain, is in talks to join a multibillion pound legal case against a group of truckmakers fined for price-fixing over a 14-year period. […]

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