The reigning Wimbledon champion suffered defeat on Thursday to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga but recovered to beat the Swiss in Abu Dhabi
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Thursday 07 October 2004
Shepherd Neame, the 300-year-old brewer quoted on Ofex, saw more than £800,000 wiped off its profits last year thanks to a family feud between its former vice-chairman, Stuart Neame, and his first cousin once removed, the company's chief executive, Jonathan Neame.
Wednesday 29 September 2004
Kevin Hyde quit as the chief executive of Jarvis yesterday after overseeing a disastrous 16 months at the company during which it made a £244m loss, breached its banking covenants and saw its share price collapse.
Wednesday 22 September 2004
The bill payments company PayPoint, which collects a third of the congestion charge payments in London, floated 23 per cent of its shares yesterday, valuing it at £130m.
Tuesday 21 September 2004
Cigarette sales in Ireland have fallen by 9.5 per cent since the imposition of a ban on smoking in public places, according to Imperial Tobacco.
Sunday 19 September 2004
It is a busy time for corporate announcements this week, with a range of companies and sectors updating the market. Only one giant, however, will be dominating the headlines.
Wednesday 15 September 2004
Two board directors at MFI paid for last week's disastrous profit warning with their jobs yesterday, agreeing to leave the company "by mutual consent".
Sunday 12 September 2004
Saturday 11 September 2004
Regent Inns, the struggling pubs group that has issued three profits warnings this year, yesterday sacked its chief executive and finance director, four days before its full-year results are due.
Wednesday 08 September 2004
Itouch, the mobile phone content company, yesterday announced half-year results showing a positive outcome on cash flow, earnings per share and profit before tax for the first time since its flotation four years ago.
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Sunday 05 September 2004
Friday 03 September 2004
Alan Cherry, the 71-year-old chairman and founder of Countryside Properties, has made an approach to take the developer private.
Tuesday 31 August 2004
Three former directors of Kroll, the corporate investigator that Marks & Spencer tried to hire during its recent fight for independence, have jumped ship to set up their own agency and take advantage of the growing demand for corporate sleuths.
Monday 30 August 2004
Wednesday 25 August 2004
Saturday 31 July 2004
Flying Brands, the flowers-to-plants mail order company, signalled yesterday it was back on the acquisition trail six years after its last attempt to expand ended disastrously with multiple profit warnings and trading hiccups.
Over 50,000 families shipped out of London boroughs in the past three years due to welfare cuts and soaring rents
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