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All those new business start-ups that the Government keeps promoting need new homes, and the likes of Regus have been providing them with just that.

The Business Matrix: Thursday 15 November 2012

Amplats to post a slump in profits

The Business Matrix: Wednesday 14 November 2012

Skyfall revenues soar at Cineworld

James Ashton: Contrasting stories in the fast-changing newspaper world

Outlook: In the past, Viscount Rothermere has been a reluctant seller of titles

Liberty's Exiles, By Maya Jasanoff

The British are going! Then, so are we ...

Ousting PCC 'would harm local press'

Replacing the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) with a more expensive new body for self-regulating the press would damage Britain's already-enfeebled regional and local press, the editor of one of Britain's leading regional newspapers told the Leveson Inquiry yesterday.

Breaking news? Kent saves local press

The OFT is tipped to approve a merger deal that could show the way forward for regional newspapers. Laura Chesters reports

The Business On... Ashley Highfield, CEO-designate, Johnston Press

When is he due to start? He must be excited?

Stephen Foley: The man from Auntie could save Johnston

Outlook Ashley Highfield's career took a turn for the disappointing after the end of Project Kangaroo, but he has bounced back.

Johnston Press goes digital with Highfield

The regional newspaper publisher Johnston Press surprised the market yesterday with the appointment of Ashley Highfield, the architect behind the launch of the BBC's iPlayer, as its new chief executive.

Business Diary: Michael Gove gets educated on PFI

A wonderfully malicious piece of gossip doing the rounds at Westminster. Word is that Education Secretary Michael Gove's decision to reintroduce the private finance initiative so as to fund £2bn of schools came about because he finally understood how the system worked. Gove had been so anti-PFI because he thought that the private company took ownership of the school after its 25- to 35-year contract had ended. So it's a Diary dunce's hat for the Rick Moranis lookalike.

Scottish newspapers in crisis just when they are needed most

Indigenous journalism is under threat as readers, and jobs, are lost. Tim Luckhurst reports

Investment Column: IHG still has room to grow as US picks up

Johnston Press; Hansard Global

Market Report: Tobacco report helps Imperial light up

It may have been No Smoking Day, but that did not stop Imperial Tobacco's shares lighting up last night as a long-awaited report from the Government was greeted with relief.

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