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Jimmy Choo steps up for £1bn float

Berkeley’s looking solid now – but watch out, the roof could fall in

Outlook: Is it not worth seeing  if Vittorio Colao can create something  with what remains?

Age at which struggling first-time buyers can finally trade up rises to 40

The average age at which first-time home buyers trade up to a new property has risen to 40 – with younger owners trapped in homes they purchased before the recession of 2007.

Foxtons set to double in size as it pushes to raise £55 million

London's most aggressive estate agent Foxtons today said it would double in size over the next five years as it announced plans to raise £55 million next month.

Six of Britain’s largest financial services firms are examining their involvement with BT after accusations that it inadvertently aided American drone strikes in Yemen and Somalia

Firms re-examine links with BT over drones

Six of Britain’s largest financial services firms are examining their involvement with BT after accusations that it inadvertently aided American drone strikes in Yemen and Somalia.

The Co-op bank reported a loss of £674m for 2012

'Sea of red' warning on troubled Co-op Bank's half-year results

Damaging writedowns loom as investors await details of controversial £1bn bond-swap plan

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In profit...

The Business Matrix: Friday 23 August 2013

SABMiller pulls out stops in Africa

Seven million people set to share £1.3bn in compensation for mis-sold card insurance

Banks guilty of selling useless identity theft protection

Customers sold worthless insurance deals will share £1.3bn in compensation payouts

£500m deals raise hope of early Lloyds' sell-off

Lloyds Banking Group increased hopes that the Government will be able to start the sale of some of the taxpayers' 39 per cent shareholding as early as next month with the news that it has replenished its coffers with another £500 million.

The Business Matrix: Monday 19 August 2013

Paralympics ‘created legacy’

The Business Matrix: Wednesday 14 August 2013

Factory output jumps in Europe

Investment View: Leave Lloyds for now, but consider a slice of RBS

The consensus is that this softly spoken, no-­nonsense Kiwi might be just the ticket for RBS

Nick Goodway: SVG is doing nicely, so perhaps its big critic should head for the exit

Anyone who bought into SVG Capital’s £173m rights issue and share placing at the start of 2009 has seen the 100p they paid then quadrupled to more than 400p today.

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Homeless Veterans appeal: 'It's life, and not the Forces, that gets you'

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