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By Matthew Lynn Monday, 26 January 2015
Tesco's troubles are deep-rooted and multiplying. Does new boss Dave Lewis have the beans to turn the retail giant around, asks Matthew Lynn.
The founder of maternity-wear brand Seraphine relaxes by deep-sea diving in the West Indies.
YOU LIVE AND YOU LEARN: The chairman of Shield Group and Topsgrup India will still step in and break up a fight if one kicks off.
The booze behemoth has been accused of 'supply chain abuse' threatening 'the backbone of the British economy.'
The brash estate agent's sales commission fell more than 25% in the fourth quarter.
The Sports Direct owner gets 'on-going' security over Rangers assets, in exchange for a loan to keep the club afloat.
The digital streaming service is the latest casualty in the supermarket's turnaround battle.
It was nothing the markets weren't expecting - but the rouble still fell again.
An industry insider wrote in Forbes that the tech giant would slash 111,000 jobs.
Sir Philip Green is selling the struggling department store, but who's going to buy it?
The regional airline has hit a bout of turbulence in the long haul back to profitability.
The struggling supermarket chain is expected to offload a raft of assets.
Willie Walsh is nearing take off, but the Irish government wants to milk the deal for all its worth.
European policymakers are biting their nails after Alexis Tsipras's radical-left party won the Greek elections.
Man U's millions, William Hill's error, Mark Carney's mission.
MT is scouring the land for the country's brightest young businesswomen. Have you got what it takes to be part of this year's illustrious '35 Women Under 35' list?
Despite a strong performance by Mr Kipling, the manufacturer failed to report an exceedingly good year.
The Bank of England governor did his best 'tough teacher' on stage at Davos.
If the deal gets past the regulators, Hutchison Whampoa will have a supersized slice of Britain's mobile pie, but will that leave any for Sky?
The King is dead. Long live the King - and Saudi Arabia's oil price policy?
The 84-year-old who broke the Bank of England says he is giving up investing - and that this time he really means it.
The $40bn taxi startup has just raised $1.6bn, but there is a danger of it growing too far, too fast.
The online marketplace is getting in shape ahead of a sell-off of PayPal and its enterprise arm.
If you prize low cost above all else, this Romanian estate car fits the bill. Just don't expect to like it, says Sathnam Sanghera
A hotdesk hero, high-spec bins, a superyacht tracker and help for those who've dropped their phone down the loo.
WORDS-WORTH: Doing your tax return may be taxing but it's got to be done.
Decentralising power may be of the moment but it comes with risks
Our new regular columnist on learning to speak PR, the surfeit of democracy facing the Scots and how life in a start-up is full of choices
Expect some answers to the English Question, a phone that can read your mind and a wave of young professionals flowing to the regions. And what about the oil price?
Simon Weatherall's Glofaster range aims to help runners and cyclists monitor their performance.
Turning fans into shareholders is an increasingly popular way to raise cash. Here's how to do it.
Barack Obama's pontificating may not go very far, but inequality is a real problem in need of a real solution, says Matthew Gwyther.
If shareholders don't get a grip on companies' power there will only be more Tescos, says Banker's Umbrella blogger Jay Vaananen.
Confession booth meeting rooms, fake blue skies and a slide down to the office bar. Jealous, us?
EDITOR'S BLOG: When it comes to spending taxpayer's cash or earning profit, budgets can be a constraining pain in the neck, says Matthew Gwyther.
Claire Vero, founder of Aurelia Skincare, has built an impressive business but still has time for family life.
MT EXPERT: With the January job-hunting season in full swing, LinkedIn's Pierre Berlin recommends bigging up internal opportunities to calm those itchy feet.
The season of cheer and Black Friday brought mixed fortunes for Britain's retailers.
You'll only be productive if you're truly present at work, says Natalie Campbell.
The startup office space provider is growing rapidly and was recently valued at $5bn.
EDITOR'S BLOG: You do not counter this horror by setting fire to kebab shops but by carrying on writing, publishing and lampooning.
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