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Scicluna takes the top job at More Than insurer

One of Britain's top accountants is taking over as chairman of RSA, the FTSE-100 insurer that owns the More Than brand.

Leading accountant Scicluna to be chairman of RSA

One of Britain's leading accountants is taking over as chairman of RSA, the FTSE 100 insurer that owns the More Than brand.

Administrator reveals further 700 redundancies at Comet

603 of the jobs have been lost from the company's home delivery network

Heat turned up on 'Big Four' accountants

Evidence mounts at Competition Commission of 'closed shop' among leading accountancy firms

Comet to close 41 stores by end of the month

Stricken electricals retail chain Comet will close 41 stores by the end of the month unless a buyer can be found, administrators have confirmed.

Exclusive: Scicluna a leading contender in RSA's hunt for chairman

One of Britain's top accountants has emerged as a leading contender to take over as chairman of RSA, the FTSE 100 insurer which owns the More Than brand.

Administrator axes 330 jobs at collapsed Comet

The administrator to Comet has made more than 300 of the failed electricals chain's staff redundant, although its stores remain open for a "massive stock liquidation".

330 jobs to go at Comet head office

More than 300 staff have been made redundant at stricken electricals retail chain Comet.

Everything must go: Comet launches liquidation sale

Comet has launched a liquidation sale as administrators move to wind down the failed retailer ahead of store closures as early as next week.

BBC forces stars to give up freelance deals due to tax-dodge perception

Corporation to register 131 on-air presenters as staff in change to pay policy after review

Comet rejects cerebral palsy boy's gift card Customer fury as Comet stops gift vouchers

Furious customers were turned away from Comet stores throughout Britain over the weekend after discovering that administrators for the beleaguered electrical retailer had suspended all its gift vouchers.

Collapse of Comet puts 7000 jobs in danger

Comet, the UK's second-biggest electricals chain, collapsed into administration last night, leaving nearly 7,000 jobs hanging by a thread ahead of Christmas.

Another day, another death on the high street as investors pull the plug on Comet

Electricals chain Comet is to be placed into administration next week, putting about 6,500 jobs under threat and marking one of the biggest high street casualties in recent years.

Thousands fear losing their job as Comet faces collapse

Thousands of jobs are at risk as Comet, the 240-store electricals retailer, is poised to appoint an accountancy firm as administrator just nine months after the UK chain was bought for a token £2.

Axe falls on nearly all Waverley's staff

Nearly 700 staff yesterday lost their jobs at Waverley, the wholesale distributor of drinks, after administrators failed to find a buyer for the business.

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