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Ex-Farfetch executive Robb among contenders to become ASOS CEO
A former executive at Farfetch, the online luxury fashion platform, is a contender to become the next boss of ASOS, the £2.3bn digital retailer.
WH Smith faces investor pay revolt amid cost-of-living crisis
The high street retailer WH Smith has been plunged into a major pay row with investors amid heightened tensions over boardroom rewards as Britain grapples with a deepening crisis over pressure on household bills.
Prices hikes 'inevitable' in face of rising costs, warns Currys boss
Customers can expect to pay more for electrical and tech goods in 2022 with price increases "inevitable", the boss of Currys has told Sky News.
Former supermarket boss Lord John Sainsbury, shopkeeper 'to his core', dies
Lord John Sainsbury of Preston Candover - the former chairman of the supermarket chain - has died aged 94.
Economy bounces back above pre-COVID level for first time but fears over Omicron hit
Britain's economy grew stronger than expected in November before the Omicron variant struck, bouncing back for the first time above pre-pandemic levels.
Welsh brewer Brains offloads 100 pubs for a Song in latest industry deal
SA Brain, one of Wales's most prominent brewers, is to sell the freeholds to scores of its pubs to a consortium that includes a global private equity powerhouse - the latest in a string of significant deals in the sector.
Facebook in the UK being sued for billions over claims users' data was exploited
Facebook in the UK is being sued for billions of pounds amid claims more than 44 million users had their data exploited.
Google paves way to expand UK workforce with £730m office investment
Google is to invest £730m in expanding its office space in London, paving the way to increase staff numbers in the UK by more than 50%.
Ian King Business Podcast: Economy bounces back, Facebook faces lawsuit and shares in Currys slip
Ian King looks at the latest GDP figures from the Office for National Statistics for November.
Energy bills crisis: People will die in cold homes, warns alliance of charities urging government action
Fuel poverty could increase by millions of households and people will die in cold homes, an alliance of charities has warned the government.