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ITV buys stake in ‘Teen Wolf’ firm

Eastern promise: the future is private for the flagship line

Simon Calder: On track, on time – so why change trains?

The man who pays his way

Chemring’s profits hit by shutdown in Washington

The grenade and bomb detector maker Chemring has warned that the US political shutdown is likely to hit its profitability this year.

Online retail: Moonpig in tax setback

The closure of a tax loophole has hit profits at online birthday and Christmas cards retailer Moonpig.

Moshi Monster creator Mind Candy reveals record revenues

Colourful monsters continue to prove big business for Mind Candy, with the firm’s Moshi Monster characters becoming the most-licensed property in the UK and revenues at the firm jumping by more than 60 per cent.

Nathan Verhelst first had hormone therapy in 2009

Belgian man dies by euthanasia after failed sex change operation

The man died on Monday afternoon

New child benefit tax deadline approaches

Parents earning more than £50,000 who are still receiving child benefit have just a week to go to register for self-assessment.

Looking smart: Asian boom sends H&M to new high

Shares in the Swedish fashion retailer H&M surged to a record high yesterday, thanks to growth in Asia.

Haynes confident print manuals will survive

The publishing group behind the ubiquitous Haynes car manual has given a confident forecast about the print market even as revenues fall and fast-growing digital fails to offset that decline.

Mesut Ozil cost a club record fee of £42.5m

Mesut Ozil signing 'shows financial clout' of Arsenal as rise in turnover is announced

Signing of Germany international labelled a 'significant step'

Labour has asked the Government’s independent tax and spending watchdog to audit its 2015 election manifesto

Labour Party conference: Ed Balls pledges 25 hours' free childcare for working parents

Shadow Chancellor said he would expand childcare by raising extra £800m from Government’s levy on banks

James Moore: Commission drops the ball on auditor rotation

Outlook One aspect where lots of companies could do with improving their housekeeping is in the rotation of auditors.

A view inside Old Trafford

Manchester United announce record financial results with huge increase in commercial revenues

Club's debt falls by 10.9 per cent to £389.2m

Jamie Spencer rides The Lark to victory on a day marred by Hayley Turner’s fall

Lark ascent marred by Hayley Turner's fall

The second day of the St Leger Festival at Doncaster was marred when jockey Hayley Turner suffered an horrific fall in the DFS Park Hill Stakes.

Delon Armitage, left, and Jonny Wilkinson, right, lift the Heineken Cup

Move to new Anglo-French competition 'inevitable' says Saracens chairman

Nigel Wray not surprised by developments over European competition

City brain drain ‘may hurt growth prospects’

The City of London is facing a brain drain of talent that could eventually hit the UK’s economic growth, experts have warned.

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