Life and Style NHS staff have to wait four weeks after redundancy before they can take up a new job

Three NHS managers reportedly received redundancy payments totalling nearly £1m - even though they continued to work for the health service.

The Fashion Audit: 20/06/2011

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Media market to hit £59.6bn

The entertainment and media market in the UK will grow to £59.6bn in 2015, ushered in by the "golden age for the digitally empowered consumer", according to PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Wolseley sees higher revenues

Wolseley revealed a rise in like- for-like revenues yesterday, when the building supplies group received a boost from an uptick in the US, its largest market.

The Fashion Audit: 30/05/2011

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The Fashion Audit: 23/05/2011

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Tote bidders to discover who is first past the post

The race for the Tote, the state-run bookie, should have a winner this week, as the Government decides between the two runners.

House of Fraser posts leap in 2010 profits

House of Fraser, the department store group, has posted a sharp rise in annual profits and issued a £250m bond to give it a cheaper debt structure and free up cashflow to invest in the business.

David Prosser: Greater auditing competition is overdue

Outlook The Office of Fair Trading's latest thoughts on competition in the audit market (or the lack of it) make interesting reading. Not only does it question whether Britain can tackle the problem without assistance from the European Commission – in which case, it says, why bother with a Competition Commission inquiry? – but it also effectively suggests that the big four audit firms' clients must shoulder some of the blame for concentration in the industry.

The Fashion Audit: 16/05/2011

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Manchester United see commercial revenue increase

Manchester United are still on course to become the first football club to break through the £100million barrier for annual commercial turnover.

Travis sees higher revenues

The builders' merchant and DIY retailer Travis Perkins posted a 5.9 per cent rise in revenues for the first four months of the year yesterday as it drew steam from market share gains.

The Fashion Audit: 09/05/2011

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Volatility hits pensions deficits

The final salary pensions accounting deficit of the UK's FTSE 350 companies stood at £41bn at the end of April, according to the Aon Hewitt 350 index. Measured on an accounting basis, UK schemes have moved much closer to fully-funded status compared with April 2010, when the collective deficit stood at £66bn.

The Fashion Audit: 02/05/2011

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