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Caesars in 'advanced discussions' over £2.9bn William Hill deal
Casino giant Caesars Entertainment has confirmed it is in "advanced discussions" over a £2.9bn takeover of William Hill.
Aldi plans to create 4,000 new jobs next year
Discount supermarket Aldi has said it expects to create 4,000 new jobs in 2021 as part of a £1.3bn two-year investment plan.
TikTok: US judge temporarily blocks ban on video sharing app
An order which would have banned the popular video sharing app TikTok from smartphone app stores in the US has been temporarily blocked.
Former Arqiva boss leads race to run Imagination Technologies
A former boss of Arqiva, the communications technology group, is the leading candidate to become the next chief executive of the British chip designer which has been embroiled in a row over its Chinese ownership.
Royal London pursues £500m LV= tie-up to forge 'mutual champion'
Royal London is pursuing a takeover of its fellow financial services provider, LV=, in a deal that would create a "mutual champion" with nearly 10m customers across the UK.
Coronavirus: Borrowing records smashed as Sunak prepares to splash more cash
The Treasury borrowed the third-highest sum for any month on record in August, according to official figures - as the chancellor prepares to unleash his latest support for the coronavirus-hit economy.
Boohoo 'did not move quickly enough' on Leicester supply chain malpractice
Online fashion retailer Boohoo is facing criticism over its handling of the treatment of workers within the company's Leicester supply chain.
Kuwait’s state fund in talks to take stake in struggling Rolls-Royce
Kuwait’s sovereign wealth fund is in talks to buy a stake in Rolls-Royce Holdings as one of Britain’s most important industrial groups scrambles to raise billions of pounds of new funding.
Coronavirus: Revolution Bars blames curfew restrictions for cutback plans
Revolution has warned of plans to reduce the number of bars it operates in the wake of the new 10pm coronavirus curfews enforced on the hospitality sector.
West End theatre giant ATG brings curtain up on new investor
The West End entertainment giant which owns the Piccadilly and Apollo theatres is bringing in a new investor to secure new funding aimed at steering it through the coronavirus crisis.