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Primark's new US store is 'where bargains were born'

Primark's new US store is 'where bargains were born'

The fashion retailer's first US store is in a former department store once famed for its bargain basement. Appropriate much?

 

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It's the Bard's 450th birthday today - but age doesn't matter. Shakespeare has as much to say about modern business as any management consultant.

 
 
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Facebook has scuppered Silicon Valley's salary suppression plans

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Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe couldn't stop the one-time upstart spoiling their scheme, proving collusion is inherently unstable.

 
 
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IPO WATCH: The 'no win, no fees' claims company is planning a £100m IPO.

 
 
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It's been years since pharmaceutical companies had a proper spending spree. But with two big deals hinted at in as many days, it looks like Big Pharma is about to start a Big Love-in.

 
 
Nokia as we know it is about to disappear forever

Nokia as we know it is about to disappear forever

22 April 2014

A leaked memo shows Microsoft wants to rebrand its recent acquisition as 'Microsoft Mobile'. That will go down like a platform on fire...

 
 
OP-ED: Myners' plans are the only way to rescue the Co-op

OP-ED: Myners' plans are the only way to rescue the Co-op

17 April 2014

A system designed to give members a vote on the organisation's leadership has created a democratic deficit, says the Institute of Directors' Dr Roger Barker. Time for a change.

 
 
Mulberry has finally realised its handbags are too expensive

Mulberry has finally realised its handbags are too expensive

17 April 2014

When you issue your second profit warning in three months, soon after your chief exec resigns, something has got to give.

 
 
Why China's anti-corruption drive is hammering Diageo and Remy Cointreau

Why China's anti-corruption drive is hammering Diageo and Remy Cointreau

17 April 2014

A Chinese government crackdown on wining and dining means less whiskey sales. The drinks giants need to guard against emerging market turmoil.

 
 


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