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Debenhams CEO Sergio Bucher to leave troubled retailer
Debenhams has confirmed that its chief executive Sergio Bucher will step down this week, days after the troubled retailer entered into administration and was taken over by its lenders.
Brent Cross-owner faces AGM pay revolt
The commercial property group which owns London's Brent Cross shopping centre is facing a bruising shareholder revolt this month over multi-million pound share awards to top executives.
March's milder weather gives UK retail sales a much-needed boost
British shops have benefited from a milder March in comparison with last year's "Beast from the East", according to new figures.
Pinterest shares soared 25% on first day of trading in New York
Shares in social media website Pinterest soared by more than 25% when the company's stock began trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
Amazon to close its online store in China
Amazon has announced that it is closing its online store in China after struggling to gain a foothold in the world's most populous nation.
BNP and EDL among far-right groups banned by Facebook
The British National Party (BNP) and the English Defence League (EDL) are among a number of far-right groups that have been banned by Facebook.
Hopes fade for Jet Airways return as shares plunge
Hopes for Jet Airways are fading as its shares plunge and rivals rush to fill the supply gap.
Galaxy Fold: Samsung smartphones 'break' after just two days, reviewers claim
Examples of Samsung's new foldable smartphone have broken after just two days, according to reviewers.
Mastercard £14bn lawsuit: 'It's time for firm to accept what it did was wrong'
A former Financial Ombudsman who brought a £14bn class action against Mastercard has told Sky News it is "time the company admitted it was wrong" in forcing consumers to pay higher retail prices.
Competition watchdog urges major shake-up of top four auditing firms
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has called for a major shake-up at the UK's big four auditing firms, but stopped short of recommending they be broken up.