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Classic convertibles worth buying this summer instead of brand new 20 Jul 9:04pm Updated Classic convertibles worth buying this summer instead of brand new
As Britain enjoys bursts of sweltering temperatures, inbetween the rain, the idea of driving with the wind in your hair can be very appealing. These are the classics - and modern classics - to consider.
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STOCK MARKET WATCHLIST: Asos founder spots a a bargain in the sales 20 Jul 4:51pm STOCK MARKET WATCHLIST: Asos founder spots a a bargain in the sales
A profit warning in December that caused shares to plunge had stock market punters wondering whether Asos shares were a bargain worth chucking in their shopping baskets.
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Fashion retailer Jack Wills has one of its properties seized over spat with landlord 20 Jul 4:31pm Fashion retailer Jack Wills has one of its properties seized over spat with landlord
The St Albans store was closed on Friday and a notice placed in its window saying the 'lease had been forfeited and the premises have been secured'.
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BMW appoints company insider Oliver Zipse as chief executive 20 Jul 5:39am Updated BMW appoints company insider Oliver Zipse as chief executive
The 55-year-old will take the job next month when boss Harald Kruger leaves after four years. Zipse joined BMW in 1991 as a trainee before working his way up to various management roles.
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Departing boss of Royal Bank of Scotland takes a £5.4m-a-year job in Australia 20 Jul 5:38am Updated Departing boss of Royal Bank of Scotland takes a £5.4m-a-year job in Australia
Ross McEwan, who wrestled bailed-out RBS back to profit after the financial crisis, will be chief executive of the National Australia Bank once his replacement has been found.
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Over 20% of Thomas Cook is owned by small investors 20 Jul 5:35am Over 20% of Thomas Cook is owned by small investors
The travel agent has planned a rescue deal which will see it handed £750m. There's just one problem: that lifeline will see the value of current investors' stakes virtually wiped out.
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ALEX BRUMMER: There is a systemic failure in the way that contemporary audit is conducted 20 Jul 5:31am ALEX BRUMMER: There is a systemic failure in the way that contemporary audit is conducted
Guesses are made for income recognition and there are standard ways of measuring pension deficits in spite of a variation in the quality of assets. But accounts are signed off as a 'true and fair' view.
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Liberty offloaded by private equity firm Blue Gem Capital to investors led by Glendower 20 Jul 5:26am Updated Liberty offloaded by private equity firm Blue Gem Capital to investors led by Glendower
Blue Gem bought the department store for £32m in 2010 and is understood to have raked in around £300m from the sale. Under its control, Liberty sales at in the West End rose from £36m to £94m.
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Panicking investors send gold prices surging to six-year high after tensions flare 20 Jul 5:24am Updated Panicking investors send gold prices surging to six-year high after tensions flare
Jitters over the growing risk of a conflict between the US and Iran pushed the value up to $1452.60 per ounce - its highest level since May 2013.
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MARKET REPORT: Grainger bullish despite threat of rent controls from London mayor Sadiq Khan 20 Jul 5:20am Updated MARKET REPORT: Grainger bullish despite threat of rent controls from London mayor Sadiq Khan
The company, which is the UK's biggest owner of residential rental properties, has insisted Khan's proposals would have a limited effect on its performance.
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British motorists experiencing postcode lottery when it comes to passing the MoT tests 20 Jul 5:11am British motorists experiencing postcode lottery when it comes to passing the MoT tests
Drivers in Greater London have the safest vehicles, with 71 per cent passing the new test. By contrast, cars in the South West, apparently, are the most dangerous, with a 38 per cent failure rate.
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Matt Haig now earns silly money as a writer - but was crippled by anxiety and debt for a decade  20 Jul 4:42am Matt Haig now earns silly money as a writer - but was crippled by anxiety and debt for a decade 
Matt Haig, the bestselling author, would invest more money in mental health services if he were made Chancellor of the Exchequer.
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