Sebastian McCarthy

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Reporter covering retail and property. Email stories to seb.mccarthy@cityam.com

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April 2019 articles

Sir Philip Green’s complaints against a peer who named him as the man at the centre of sexual harassment and racial abuse allegations [...]

8 April

Taxi firms, shopping centres and local radio stations are among the brands which are most well known only to those living in [...]

8 April

Debenhams shares dipped five per cent in early afternoon trading today, falling from a 15 per cent rise this morning as the deadline [...]

8 April

Some of London’s most iconic hotels are facing renewed pressure from rising property taxes, according to business rate experts [...]

7 April

With its annual carnival, famous market and edgy-cum-glamorous feel, Notting Hill has never been a place to conform to the norms [...]

7 April

A bitter and hard-fought battle for control of one of Britain’s oldest department store chains descended into farce last night [...]

7 April

A top UK angel investor group backed down over plans to hold its annual bash at The Dorchester late tonight amid a growing boycott [...]

4 April

Two calendar property events that were set to be held at hotels owned by the Sultan of Brunei were pulled yesterday amid a boycotting [...]

4 April

Troubled retailer Debenhams suffered a fresh blow this afternoon after being downgraded by credit ratings agency Moody’s. [...]

4 April

A list of the top 10 companies that are seen as most attractive for workers released by Linkedin this morning revealed a varied [...]

3 April

Superdry shares dived in morning trading as investors digested yesterday’s investor vote which saw the return of co-founder [...]

3 April

Superdry suffered a boardroom exodus tonight after the troubled retailer’s co-founder won an audacious bid to reinstall himself [...]

2 April

Superdry’s co-founder has won an audacious bid to reinstall himself onto the troubled retailer’s board this morning, throwing [...]

2 April

A dramatic new tower known as The Tulip is set to join the City’s skyline after it was given the green light by planners in [...]

2 April

Office Outlet, the stationery retailer formerly belonging to Staples, has revealed the location of 16 store closures following [...]

2 April