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15 Mar 2:25pm Interserve goes into administration after rescue deal rejected
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Ownership falls to lenders but company will continue trading and operating public services The government contractor
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15 Mar 1:40pm BoJ slowdown warning and weak US manufacturing add to economic worries - as it happened
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15 Mar 1:23pm Patisserie Valerie accounts black hole now £94m, says KPMG
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Administrators for the cafe chain revise deficit as investigations continue in case of ‘potential fraud’ Forensic accountants now say the black hole in the accounts of fraud hit cafe chain
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15 Mar 1:15pm Interserve: a calamity created in the boardroom | Nils Pratley
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Another outsourcing company that was making huge profits has gone into administration “I voted for Donald Trump,” said the representative for Coltrane, flippantly, when asked after Interserve’s shareholder meeting how he cast the New York hedge fund’s critical 27% stake in the outsourcing firm. Maybe he did, but in this case he voted against a board-backed rescue deal and helped to
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15 Mar 11:21am Updated US manufacturing slowdown adds to economic worries - business live
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15 Mar 8:50am Interserve to go into administration after rescue deal rejected
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Ownership will fall to lenders but company can continue trading and operating public services Government contractor Interserve is to go into administration after its largest shareholder, the US hedge fund Coltrane, led a rebellion against financial restructuring plans drawn up by the company’s lenders. The result of the vote, held at an emergency meeting of shareholders, fires the starting gun on a “pre-pack” administration of the company likely to be completed by the end of the day. Interserve has thousands of government contracts such as hospital cleaning, school meals and maintenance of military bases in the Falklands. It also operates the probation service.
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15 Mar 7:41am JD Wetherspoon boss says no-deal Brexit will lead to lower prices
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Tim Martin claims tariff plans would have positive impact, as pub chain reports fall in profits The JD Wetherspoon chairman, Tim Martin, has said no-deal Brexit tariff plans would lead to lower prices for consumers, as higher pay for staff dented profits at the pub chain. Martin has been one of the most
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15 Mar 5:15am US SEC sues Volkswagen and ex-CEO over diesel scandal
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Carmaker accused of ‘massive fraud’ when selling bonds and cars described as clean diesel The US Securities and Exchange Commission is suing Volkswagen and its former chief executive, accusing them of defrauding investors by making “deceptive” claims about the environmental impact of its cars. The regulator said that from 2007 until 2015, VW carried out a “massive fraud” when selling securities and half a million cars it described as clean diesel, when executives knew about the extent of the cheating, the SEC alleged. The cars emitted 40 times more harmful nitrogen oxides than allowed under US rules.
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15 Mar 5:01am Bank of Japan warns of global slowdown – business live
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15 Mar 4:59am Why so few women in the boardroom? Because men won’t listen to them | Christina Patterson
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Here’s a deal – we’ll stop the fuss about gender if the other half will just occasionally shut upWasn’t it great? All those lunches! All those parties! All those speeches, saying how great we are and how far we’ve come! Perhaps it was for you. I spent International Women’s Day in the way I spend most days: sitting at home, in front of my computer, looking forward to the odd trip to the kettle. I saw the tweets, and read the articles, but it all felt a bit like bring-your-daughter-to-work day. It felt like
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15 Mar 3:00am Homes in areas of outstanding natural beauty – in pictures
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Soak up the scenic views at these country properties, from Somerset to Cumbria
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15 Mar 2:59am The Money Club charged me its £125 annual fee every day
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So far it has taken £8,000 by direct debit from my account
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15 Mar 12:00am Rural America is ready for some sort of a New Deal, preferably green | Art Cullen
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Here in farming country we have the opportunity to rethink our approach to renewable energy and food production Rural America needs a new deal, or at least a better deal, and if it’s green all the better. Farm loan delinquencies are rising to levels not seen since the Farm Debt Crisis of the 1980s, from which the rural midwest never really recovered. Nearly a third of Iowa farmers growing corn and soybeans caught up in a trade war with China are said to be under extreme stress, according to Iowa State University. They’re the younger ones.
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14 Mar 8:01pm FTSE 350 firms under fire over ‘unacceptable’ lack of female directors
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Investor group urges listed firms with only one woman on board to address diversity targets An influential investor group has written to more than 60 publicly listed companies with only a single female director, including Domino’s Pizza and JD Sports, raising concerns over a lack of gender diversity and warning of a backlash if progress is stalled. The Investment Association (IA), which represents 250 firms with £7.7tn in assets under management, has joined up with the Hampton-Alexander review team to criticise FTSE 350 firms with “one and done” boardrooms that have a single female board member.
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