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June 2019 articles

A shipping firm was today fined £850,000 for bribery in Angola that secured it contracts worth $20m (£15.8m). [...]

3 June

The US manufacturing sector grew at its slowest rate since 2009 in May, according to survey data released today, in a sign that [...]

3 June

A major backer of Purplebricks has doubled its stake in the online estate agency, as the group battles to shore up investor confidence [...]

3 June

Shares in Hull-based broadband firm Kcom have jumped more than 12 per cent after it unveiled a £563m takeover bid from investment [...]

3 June

Deloitte has promoted 78 to its partnership in the UK, an increase of more than 40 per cent on the previous year. [...]

3 June

Law firm DWF said today it grew revenue 15 per cent in 2019 in its first trading update since it went public in March. [...]

3 June

The government’s plan to crack down on junk food TV advertising is an “irrelevant symbolic gesture” that will damage business [...]

3 June

When I heard that John Myers had died unexpectedly, I felt more than the usual range of regretful emotions. It’s a sad fact [...]

3 June

Global subscriptions of on-demand video platforms are set to surge towards 1bn over the next five years, new figures have revealed. [...]

3 June

The Eurozone’s manufacturing downturn continued in May, according to survey data released today, with the sector contracting [...]

3 June

Huawei is set to sell its undersea telecoms cable business to a Chinese fibre optic cable manufacturer in the troubled tech firm’s [...]

3 June

Ineos has labelled TV chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s TV series on plastic debris as “pretty pathetic”. [...]

3 June

Budget fashion brand Matalan boosted profits and revenue last year despite a “tough” retail climate which has seen other [...]

3 June

Kier Group shares have suffered a fresh blow this morning, dropping more than a third as the troubled outsourcer reels from its [...]

3 June

The UK manufacturing sector sharply contracted in May as the Brexit stockpiling boost seen in March continued to unwind, with [...]

3 June