IPO WATCH: The retailer filed its intention to float this morning. It's brave: recent retail floats can't exactly be described as 'successful'.
After last week's disastrous results from the Co-op Bank, its parent company has announced losses of £2.5bn: 'the worst year in its 150-year history'.
Revenues may not be what shareholders had hoped, but a company that posts multi-billion dollar quarterly profits isn't exactly in turmoil.
Asia has been an incredibly successful market for the heritage brand, but now success at home is causing trouble abroad.
Shares in Tesco are actually up by just under 3.7%, after it reported sales had dropped by 6%. But it still hasn't worked out a strategy to compete with discounters.
Just as everyone else is getting out of emerging markets, Diageo is taking the brave step of increasing its presence in India by buying up its biggest spirits manufacturer.
After all the braying about cutting bonuses being bad, it turns out many bankers quite like fixed pay.
The social media giant wants to become indispensable in the developing world.
The tech giants are also sitting on more dollar than Canada and oil-flush UAE and Norway.
The bank's results are pretty much as we expected: not good. But at least there were no nasty surprises.
London hosts 40% of European headquarters of the world's top companies. New York is home is to 25% of North American equivalents.
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