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ITV buys stake in ‘Teen Wolf’ firm

Exclusive: Furniture chain Dwell on brink of administration

Dwell, the troubled upmarket furniture retailer, is on the brink of administration, making it the latest high-street casualty and putting up to 200 jobs at risk.

The Voice suffers all time low ratings despite BGT-prompted move to Friday nights

Results show averages just 3.91m viewers

Google chairman Eric-Schmidt has rejected claims that the company is not paying their fair share of taxes

Editorial: Google could do itself some good

Until we can tax profits more fairly, the company could make another contribution

Here's a solution: It's time for a global companies to pay a Global Profit Tax

The cascade of revelations in recent months showing multinational companies doing a huge amount of business here and yet paying virtually no corporation tax has provoked widespread public demands for something to be done. But people tend to be rather hazier on what that "something" should be.

Online betting powers Paddy's progress

Paddy Power, the Irish bookmaker, is celebrating a bumper year and has told its annual meeting in Dublin that revenues are still surging.

James Ashton: Here’s the way to hand real power to women

Sir Roger Carr was back beating the drum for greater diversity at the top of British companies at an Ernst & Young reception on Tuesday night.

Services sector surge reduces stimulus chances

The UK economy’s powerhouse services sector moved firmly on to the front foot in April, stacking the odds against a return to the printing presses by the Bank of England’s rate-setters next week.

Buoyant services firms dent need for money-printing

Another dose of money-printing from the Bank of England looked off the agenda today after Britain’s powerhouse services firms produced their strongest growth since April  last year.

Millennium & Copthorne hit by bad weather and political tension

Heightened political tension in Seoul, large refurbishment closures and bad winters either side of the Atlantic saw profits at the international hotel group Millennium & Copthorne drop 35 per cent in the first three months of the year.

Deal delays cost Imagination dear

Imagination Technologies saw its shares crash by a quarter yesterday after a shock profit warning from the chip designer, which makes the graphic-processing technology for Apple's iPhone and iPad.

Facebook profits from mobile ads as revenues increase by 38 per cent

Facebook's revenues soared by 38 per cent over the first quarter, the social network said yesterday, as it earned more from mobile ads and grew its user base to over 1.1 billion active users every month, up 23 per cent in year on year terms.

Big lift for Aberdeen Asset Management

Institutional investors awash with cash and soaring emerging markets saw fund manager Aberdeen Asset Management deliver a forecast-busting 37 per cent rise in first-half profits with a 36 per cent dividend hike.

Bank lending to bounce back as bad debts fall

Bank lending to businesses is set to rise for the first time in four years as risk appetite starts to recover, handing a potential lifeline to smaller firms and the UK's growth prospects, experts have claimed.

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