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Jacques Vert owner races to find investor with 1,100 jobs at risk

The owner of women's fashion labels including Jacques Vert and Windsmoor is this week racing to secure new investors, amid fears that it could be forced into administration, putting more than 1,000 jobs at risk.

Goodwin may escape witness box as RBS nears investor settlement

Royal Bank of Scotland is closing in on a £200m-plus settlement with thousands of investors over its ill-fated 2008 cash call - a move that would spare former boss Fred Goodwin from two days of courtroom scrutiny.

What do Facebook's internal content guidelines reveal?

Facebook's internal guidelines on what's acceptable - and what's not - to publish on its platform show a company that is struggling to deal with its own massive reach.

CMA inquiry into £11bn Standard Life-Aberdeen merger

Britain's competition watchdog has launched an inquiry into the £11bn merger between Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management.

How the Church's financial approach is reaping rewards

How the Church's financial approach is reaping rewards

A return of 17.1% in a single year is something of which most fund managers would be proud.

Warning to Brussels over stripping City of euro clearing

Warning to Brussels over stripping City of euro clearing

The chief executive of the London Stock Exchange group has warned that moving euro clearing away from the capital after Brexit could backfire creating a €100bn extra bill for investors.

Conservatives climbdown over 'dementia tax' after backlash

Conservatives climbdown over 'dementia tax' after backlash

The Prime Minister has climbed down on her social care reform after an angry backlash over the so-called "dementia tax".

Facebook's secret guidance on graphic content leaked

Facebook's secret guidance on graphic content leaked

Facebook hesitates before deleting images and videos of hate speech and similar upsetting material due to fears of being accused of censorship, internal documents have revealed.

Vote 2017: Tories buy Google advertisement to defend 'dementia tax'

Vote 2017: Tories buy Google advertisement to defend 'dementia tax'

The Conservatives have bought a Google advert to defend the "so-called dementia tax" after an angry backlash over the plans.

Ford boss axed as car maker switches gear

Ford boss axed as car maker switches gear

Ford is replacing its chief executive Mark Fields as part of a wider shake-up at the top of the US car maker.

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UPDATE "Demonic savagery": Sadie Hartley murder trial

The prosecution started by describing the case as a murder of "demonic savagery" which had been premeditated and planned with precision.

Facebook's secret guidance on graphic content leaked

Facebook's secret guidance on graphic content leaked

Facebook hesitates before deleting images and videos of hate speech and similar upsetting material due to fears of being accused of censorship, internal documents have revealed.

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