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There was little Christmas cheer for the UK retailer sector last month, as new sales figures reveal it had the worst December performance since 2008.
The government has quietly awarded £75m of Brexit-related contracts to some of the world’s biggest consultancy firms, Sky News can reveal.
Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of US online retail empire Amazon and the world's richest man, has taken to Twitter to publicly announce his impending divorce.
An MP has called for an investigation into payday lender Provident Financial, accusing the company of questionable marketing tactics to sell loans "to financially vulnerable"…
Towards the end of last year, there was some good news on productivity, that perennial bugbear for the UK economy. 
Digital bank Monzo plans to create more than 300 jobs in Cardiff as the Welsh government steps up efforts to attract start ups.
Lenders to Debenhams have drafted in a team of City advisers ahead of a make-or-break restructuring that will determine the department store chain's future.
Mothercare has reported a 11% fall in UK sales as the parent and baby retailer shuts stores amid a "difficult consumer backdrop".
Sainsbury's has blamed "cautious customer spending" for a fall in sales in the third quarter, which includes the crucial Christmas period.
Sainsbury's has blamed "cautious customer spending" for a fall in sales in the third quarter, which includes the crucial Christmas period.

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