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ITV buys stake in ‘Teen Wolf’ firm

Watching on will be a man who travelled to England from India in 1962 to train as an accountant, Dilip Jajodia.

Aussies get access to the swinging Duke as England's cricket ball is exported

England's oldest sports company has cracked the market Down Under

Self-employed face greater risk of bankruptcy

Singer and former EastEnders star Martine McCutcheon was this week declared bankrupt. The 36-year-old filed for insolvency at Kingston upon Thames County Court after being unable to meet debts of £187,000.

A view from outside Old Trafford

Manchester United sponsorship deals boost profits

Manchester United's Champions League run and new sponsorship deals have put the club, owned by Malcom Glazer and his family, on course for a bumper financial season.

A view from outside Old Trafford

Manchester United set for bumper financial season following huge commercial revenue rise

Predicted revenues rise amid Champions League run and sponsorship deals

Hermès fashions a margins record

Selling bull-calfskin leather handbags and expensive silk scarves has never been so profitable.

Radical new bid to clamp down on scandal in City

Code of conduct will hand more power to internal auditors in the fight against rogues

Struggling Man Group hires KPMG to review its governance

Man Group, the troubled hedge fund that started life supplying rum to the Royal Navy in the 1780s, has asked KPMG to sort out its governance after a shareholder revolt last year.

England boss Roy Hodgson insists he has plenty of reasons to be cheerful

Agent linked to Roy Hodgson warned by Fifa over transfer of Heurelho Gomes to Tottenham

Leon Angel was found guilty of two breaches of the regulations

Surprise services leap lifts hopes of triple-dip swerve

The UK is set to avoid a disastrous triple-dip recession after encouraging signs of a return to growth for Britain’s dominant services sector emerged today.

Print decline hits Future revenues

Moving towards digital formats wasn't enough to stop Future, the publisher of Total Film magazine and the TechRadar website, posting a 3 per cent decline in revenues since October.

Online poker boom is a winning hand for 888

The boom in poker and other gambling games shows no sign of letting up, at least for 888, one of the most popular online gaming groups.

Tate & Lyle admits profit will be hit by corn fungus and weaker sales

Shares in Tate & Lyle sank to the bottom of the FTSE 100 index yesterday after the sweeteners group admitted that high world prices for corn – a key raw material for its products – would eat into its profits this year.

Tax chief accused of sweetheart deals is set to advise HSBC

A former tax chief accused of overseeing sweetheart deals that let big companies off millions of pounds in tax has found a new role – protecting HSBC from dealing with tax cheats.

Consumer goods/P&G's plans paying off

The consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble (P&G) cheered Wall Street yesterday with evidence that its attempts to reignite growth by cutting costs and refocusing efforts on developed markets were paying off.

£100 fine for a late return even if no tax due

Taxpayers who fail to file their tax returns by next Thursday will be hit by hefty fines, even if they don't owe any money.

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