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Cash windfall reportedly took villagers two days to distribute
Veteran City analyst described the complex transaction as 'baffling'
Decision comes just 15 months after she poached him from rival Google
Billionaire activist investor Tom Sandell has accused the £1.7 billion transport group of a “premature” rejection of its break-up plans for the business.
Brad Barritt believes the current Saracens side is the best in his five years at the club
Was Cameron's plan to rope in some ordinary-looking types to promote the Help To Buy scheme? It appears to have gone laughably awry...
The worst is over, and predicted catastrophes in the US and EU have not come to pass. But there are still plenty of potential bumps in the road
It's been a good year for stock markets. In particular, European and Japanese markets have made large gains. There is a lesson here for all investors: despite a poor economic backdrop, stock markets can perform well. This is often because much of the bad news is priced in and markets are focusing on improved corporate prospects. Similarly, it shows the most uncomfortable investment decisions often turn out to be correct.
Just when you thought Black Friday's shopping madness was over, an angry mob of shoppers is set to take over the high street in what some are describing as a “Shoppergeddon”. Yes, you heard it here first.
Kim Jong Un's powerful uncle branded 'traitor for all ages'
Insurance giant warns its dividend could be cut again and its shares plummet
Adidas has caused a major rift with the UK’s biggest sportswear retailer Sports Direct after banning Mike Ashley’s company from selling the club’s replica football kit next season.
Court rules that the French businessman who sold tens of thousands of faulty silicone breast implants around the world is guilty of fraud
Michael O'Leary has admitted that Ryanair has an 'image problem'
Shareholders in collapsed Yellow Pages publisher Hibu have accused the directors of a "conspiracy" to let the main company go bust while preserving the value of its subsidiaries for lenders.
The strongest brand in European train travel has reached the end of the line. The Rail Europe name is to be erased by Christmas – just as horizons for British train travellers are being expanded with a new Paris-Barcelona high-speed service.