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City shake-up goes on with Canaccord boss's exit
The boss of one of the City's biggest mid-market broking and advisory firms is to step down, weeks after it blamed political uncertainty for a sweeping series of cuts across its business.
Crown Estate to name Lendlease's Labbad as new chief exec
The company which manages the monarchy's vast land holdings will this week name an Australian property industry veteran as its next chief executive.
Carlos Ghosn: Japanese prosecutors file new 'breach of trust' charges
New charges have been filed by Japanese prosecutors against the former boss of Renault and Nissan.
Bidders try to land Thomas Cook as lenders chart new course
Thomas Cook, one of the oldest names in the British travel industry, is being circled by potential bidders as lenders to the company prepare for crunch talks over the state of its finances.
Tesla investigating after video shows vehicle exploding in car park
Tesla is urgently investigating a video that appears to show one of its cars exploding in a Shanghai car park.
Third of English residents think Scottish bank notes are fake - survey
It is an age-old gripe of Scots - from Judy Murray to one man who tried to report it as a hate crime.
Debenhams CEO Sergio Bucher to leave troubled retailer
Debenhams has confirmed that its chief executive Sergio Bucher will step down this week, days after the troubled retailer entered into administration and was taken over by its lenders.
Terra Firma chief leaves after bust-up with tycoon Hands
The chief executive of Terra Firma Capital Partners, the buyout firm best known for its ill-fated ownership of the EMI record label, has stepped down after falling out with its billionaire founder.
Record £785m paid out by pet insurers as vet treatments get more sophisticated
A record £785m was paid out by pet insurers in 2018 as increasingly sophisticated treatments pushed up costs.
Brent Cross-owner faces AGM pay revolt
The commercial property group which owns London's Brent Cross shopping centre is facing a bruising shareholder revolt this month over multi-million pound share awards to top executives.