As René Benko’s Signa property empire implodes, the rest of the sector faces a reckoning
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Private equity firm rebuts short seller’s warning about ‘a lot of rot in its book’
Peace, joy and profit margins: Retailers sell Christmas trees at a markup of up to 500%. Iuliia Bondar/Getty Images PlusChristmas today is a big business, and one part of that is the multibillion-dollar business of selling Christmas trees. The U.S.
Republicans sympathise with Wall Street executives’ concerns while some Democrats downplay effect on lending
The British and European car industries had lobbied for a delay in a measure that would have added costly tariffs to many electric vehicles.
Government plans to cap payments could lead to compensation claims from pension funds, trade body warns
World’s largest money manager aims to gain an edge over rivals in race to harness emerging technology
Private equity-owned lender receives non-binding bid from UK’s third-largest building society
Briton Sanjay Shah is accused of defrauding the Scandinavian nation of $1.3bn
Ahead of the visit by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday, the political attention in Greece turned to tax issues on Wednesday as the parties debated the government’s contentious tax bill, which will see the self-employed taxed based on a minimum income.