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ITV buys stake in ‘Teen Wolf’ firm

Private jets flying higher for Air Partner

Air Partner, the aviation business, has seen its private jet division grow first-half revenues by 12 per cent to £22.7m.

Antofagasta leaps on divi lift

Shares in the Chilean copper miner Antofagasta jumped by more than 3 per cent after the group more than doubled its full-year dividend. Antofagasta announced a 12.5 cents final dividend and a 77.5 cents special dividend, bringing its total final dividend to 90 cents a share and its full-year payout to 98.5 cents.

Marshalls looks for a lift from Crossrail

The paving group Marshalls is hoping to put the wet weather of 2012 behind it, and profit from its growing involvement in London's Crossrail and the early signs of a pick-up in private housebuilding.

Aga follows growth recipe

A sluggish housing market and cautious consumer spending made 2012 a tough year for the cookers group Aga Rangemaster, but its chief executive, William McGrath, believes that even if the property market does not take off in 2013 the group is doing enough to ensure it can grow again.

Sun European in £35m Dreams rescue deal

The private equity firm Sun European is set to acquire Dreams, the UK's biggest bed retailer, in a deal worth £35m via a pre-packaged administration today.

Plant hire firm helps storm clean-up

Cleaning up after Hurricane Sandy last November has led to booming revenues in the US for the plant-hire company Ashtead.

Lending scheme hits price comparison group

Moneysupermarket's revenue growth has slowed as the Government's Funding for Lending scheme has pushed down rates on savings products and "significantly impacted" demand. But the price-comparison group said the rest of the business is performing strongly across insurance and travel.

Yahoo wrong to recall staff to office, says Regus chief

Marissa Mayer, the chief executive of Yahoo, is "absolutely wrong" to tell her home workers to return to the office, according to Regus's chief executive Mark Dixon.

Hurricane Sandy’s ill wind is good news for Ashtead

Cleaning up the devastation left by Hurricane Sandy last November has led to booming revenues in the US, plant-hire firm Ashtead said today.

Fans in San Francisco are excited to see Manchester City play in a friendly match in 2011

Exclusive: Manchester City bid to gatecrash world elite using Manchester United blueprint

Champions seek partner clubs in China, US and Mexico as they mount drive to become global brand

Cost cut pay off at RSM Tenon

The financial services firm RSM Tenon has dramatically reduced its interim loss from £80.7m to £7.8m after a drive to cut costs.

Anthony Hilton: Shared audits add up to a sensible solution

Lunch on Wednesday with Michael Snyder, chair of the Professional and Businesses Services Group, one of the network of advisory committees for government. He, in his day job, is long-time head of Kingston Smith, a mid-sized accounting firm.

Row after HMRC publishes tax cheats' names

The tax authorities named and shamed tax defaulters on Thursday, publishing their names and adresses on the HM Revenue & Customs website.

George Osborne's pledge to cut deficit set to fail, warns OBR

Watchdog says only surge in tax revenues or drop in state spending could help Chancellor meet targets

George Osborne's pledge to cut deficit this year set to fail, warns OBR

Watchdog says only implausibly large surge in tax revenues or a significant drop in state spending could help Chancellor's boast be lived up to

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Gallipoli centenary: At dawn, the young remember the young who perished in one of the First World War's bloodiest battles

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Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves

Follow the money as never before

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