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Cardiff City FC set for Singapore float

Domino's delivery man quits after workers told to only speak English

A man has left his job with Domino's over what he described as an “offensive” sign prohibiting staff from using any language other than English in the workplace.

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The Business Matrix: Thursday 30 August 2012

Olympic profits cheer Chime

Market Report: Investors take a flutter on Bwin.party bid talk

Takeover talk was on the cards for Bwin.party yesterday, as investors mulled over whether to take a gamble on the online gaming group after rumours emerged it could be in line for an approach from the US.

The looters' legacy: Misery – and insurance claims of over £200m

Insurers, banks – even the taxman – pledge help for retailers wrecked by last week's violence, but it will be a long haul

Simon Read: Is loyalty to your bank all it's cracked up to be?

Yorkshire Building Society announced on Monday that it is taking over the Egg brand, as well as all the savings and mortgage customers of the online bank. It's a good move for the Yorkshire and a good move for the remaining customers of Egg who will become part of a mutual (the credit card users were sold off to Barclaycard earlier this year).

The Week Ahead: BSkyB to update after takeover hopes end

It is fair to say it has been rather a dramatic few weeks for BSkyB, but now that News Corp has withdrawn its bid, investors' attention will be back on the broadcaster's numbers when it announces its full-year results on Friday.

Market Report: Domino's delivers on bid talk and growth hopes

Bullish comments on its growth potential helped to drive Domino's Pizza up the mid-tier index yesterday, as market gossips cooked up a tasty takeover tale.

Market Report: Thomas Cook retreats despite talk of Tui tie-up

The clouds refused to shift from above Thomas Cook yesterday, as the tour operator continued its trip south despite City scribblers mulling over the possibility of a tie-up with Tui Travel.

It needn't cost you a penny to give to charity

Charities are suffering from shrinking donations, but you can still help good causes even if you think you can't afford to

Market Report: Bid hopes offset rating worries around Misys

Misys remained in focus as bid rumours continued to swirl round its shares last night, edging up despite warnings that the speculative rally could harm the prospects for any deal.

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