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ITV buys stake in ‘Teen Wolf’ firm

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Boris hails Chinese rescue of black cabs firm Manganese

One of China’s biggest private car manufacturers today snapped up the British maker of London’s iconic black cabs for £11 million.

Top accountancy firms accused of exploiting tax laws they helped to draft

Britain’s largest accountancy firms help the Treasury draft financial legislation which they then use to help their clients evade tax, it was revealed today.

Peter Jones has bought collapsed camera retailer Jessops

Dragons' Den's Peter Jones buys Jessops to run as online outfit

Entrepreneur has not bought any of the chain's physical stores

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Apple's offshore pile rises by £7bn

What the Sunday Papers said

Goldman Sachs' chief executive, Lloyd Blankfein, has admitted that media pressure forced the Wall Street bank to drop its plan to save its British employees millions of pounds in bonuses through tax avoidance. "We were very, very influenced by the press, and that's certainly not embarrassing. We have to take account of it," said Mr Blankfein at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Crown Prosecution Service launches crackdown on middle-class tax evaders

Prosecutors to increase cases pursued and no longer treat fraud as a victimless crime

Hotels face hard 2013 as supply outstrips demand

London's hotel sector is set to suffer an Olympic-sized hangover this year amid a glut of new hotel rooms and slumping demand, a report from PricewaterhouseCoopers warns.

The chain was Britain's only specialist nationwide camera retailer

Another British high street name goes into administration as camera retailer Jessops closes down

Another of the British high street’s familiar names collapsed tonight, as every branch of the camera retailer Jessops closed down with the loss of more than 1,300 jobs.

Jessops collapse puts 2,000 jobs under threat

Jessops has become the first high street casualty of 2013, collapsing into administration yesterday and leaving 2,000 jobs hanging by a thread.

Jessops jobs on the line as chain is 2013's first casualty

Administrator holds out little hope that company will be able to find a buyer

Jessops is latest High Street name to fall into administration

Around 2,000 jobs at the camera chain are under threat

What The Sunday Papers Said

Network Rail has said it is ready to pay nearly £35m in train-travel expenses to its staff in 2011-13, around £1,000 per employee, as passengers suffer massive new year fare increases. Staff who worked for British Rail before privatisation 20 years ago had rail-pass perks safeguarded as part of the terms of the deal. Workers employed since then have limited free travel.

Demand could see UK 4G auction raise £4 billion

Government hopes for 4G airwaves windfall boosted by successful auctions abroad

Demand could see UK auction raise more than £2 billion

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