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Catering giant could change menus in no-deal Brexit 20 Nov 1:10pm Catering giant could change menus in no-deal Brexit
School meals provider Compass said it could change its menus and use alternative ingredients as it became the latest company to announce contingency plans for a no-deal Brexit scenario.
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TalkTalk rings changes with Manchester HQ move 20 Nov 12:52pm TalkTalk rings changes with Manchester HQ move
TalkTalk is to relocate its headquarters from London to Manchester, delivering a significant boost to the Northern Powerhouse as the FTSE 250 broadband provider accelerates a drive to shrink its cost-base.
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Wall Street sees renewed sell-off amid tech worries 20 Nov 10:00am Wall Street sees renewed sell-off amid tech worries
Wall Street shares have extended their declines with a renewed bout of selling amid worries about leading tech stocks.
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No rest for Simba as start-up races for funding 20 Nov 6:03am No rest for Simba as start-up races for funding
The online mattress start-up promoted by Gareth Bale, the Real Madrid galactico, has been forced to slash its valuation as it tries to secure sufficient funding to keep it in business for the next two years.
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EasyJet sees higher 2019 demand despite Brexit 20 Nov 2:28am EasyJet sees higher 2019 demand despite Brexit
The no-frills carrier easyJet has reported a rise in bookings for summer 2019, despite consumer jitters over the outcome of Brexit.
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Nissan hit as Ghosn held over £34.5m pay claims 20 Nov 1:18am Nissan hit as Ghosn held over £34.5m pay claims
Nissan shares have hit a two-year low as its chairman Carlos Ghosn remains in custody on a series of claims including a failure to declare £34.5m in earnings.
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