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Serco lost £500 million of its value in less than half an hour after it issued its fourth profit warning in 12 months
The luxury goods sector has been hit by the crackdown on lavish spending by government officials in China
French maison acknowledged a “slowdown in China's luxury market" as Chinese officials cut back on ostentatious gifts
Turkish food giant gobbled up the maker of Jaffa Cakes and Twiglets
Unilever generates more than half of its sales in emerging markets
The company listed its shares at 140p valuing the group at £545.6 million
Weak demand in China continues to take a heavy toll on consumer goods giants Nestlé and Diageo as they reported disappointing sales today.
London's richest street will undergo a £20 million overhaul to compete with the major luxury shopping districts of New York, Paris and Hong Kong.
Nadella claimed not asking for a pay raise makes a female employee more 'trustworthy' and karma ultimately pays off
Firms have six months to appoint at least one woman to their board
Scare over old meat hit sales at the fast-food chain’s Chinese outlets
The funding package includes a share sale and debt restructuring that will see the French theme park de-listed
American sportswear giant Nike has emerged as the winner of the World Cup after it reported a sharp rise in profits, leaving rivals Adidas and Reebok knocked out.
The Brazilian consortium hoping to buy US banana giant Chiquita stepped up its fight today as Fyffes improved the terms of the deal.
Clothing giant H&M has reported a sharp slowdown in sales as shoppers delayed purchases of winter items following a mild September.
Shoe giant will float a 25% stake in the company in the LSE