Strong yen hands Nintendo quarterly loss

Investors look to Pokémon Go phenomenon to brighten outlook

US restaurant sector warned of recession

Chipotle and Darden among the decliners on Wall Street

Mondelez bites into Chinese chocolate

US confectionery group plans assault on Chinese taste buds with Milka brand

Sale of Yum Brands China franchise stalls

Prospective buyers fail to agree price for fast-food assets

AB InBev bid for SABMiller loses its fizz

Shareholder objections to the deal structure amid post-Brexit currency falls could sink Megabrew tie-up

McDonald’s new US menu buzz falls flat

Fast-food shares decline as sales fall short of expectations

Cussons: easy PZ

Personal care products manufacturer keeps its eye on the main prize

Global growth fears hit Starwood

Group’s takeover by Marriott expected to close in coming weeks

AB InBev lifts SABMiller bid on weak pound

Brewer bows to activist investor pressure following Brexit vote

AB InBev rocks SABMiller’s revisionists

Could this be the first megadeal stymied by the EU referendum?

Fever-tree doubles dividend as sales fizz

Taste for Moscow Mules and premium tonics see pre-tax profit soar

Verizon shopping for digital after Yahoo

Hunt for targets as cut-throat mobile market shows in revenue fall

Flipkart swoops for Jabong

Indian group snaps up fashion-focused rival

Amazon to begin testing drones in the UK

Flexible regulations mark a breakthrough for the US company

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BHS: twilight of the celebreneur

Tony Blair tempted fate when he made a knight of rough-edged rag trader Philip Green

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Toscafund pushing for Speedy Hire change

Jan Astrand faces being replaced as executive chairman

Green should treat BHS pensioners with honour

Business leaders have greater responsibilities than obeying the law

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888 turns tables on William Hill

Bookie says it is ambivalent about tie-up with online rival

BHS, British Home Stores, on Oxford street, London.

Green’s lawyers demand apology from MP

Frank Field likened BHS tycoon’s conduct to Robert Maxwell’s

SportPesa signs Hull City sponsorship deal

Investment is ‘scaling of a Kenyan brand’ into global market

LVMH sells Donna Karan International for $650m

French luxury group offloads fashion house to US clothing company G-III

Nintendo hit after playing down Pokémon Go

Investors sell $6bn in shares after warning of low earnings impact

Rank and 888 weigh bid for William Hill

Bookmaker says it would consider any proposal

BHS report lays bare failure and liability

Inquiry lambasts collapsed store’s former owner, buyer and ‘directors, advisers and hangers-on’

Uniqlo pricing U-turn pays off . . . for now

Return to ‘everyday low price’ boosts sales but doubts on strategy linger


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