Outsourcer Mitie warns on profits

Groups find home care budgets tighter than expected

Japan and Europe growth boosts Compass

World’s biggest caterer expects 5.5% revenue increase

China industrialist criticises US over visas

Pirelli’s new controlling shareholder missing out on deals

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AA to raise £935m to cut interest costs

Roadside assistance group unveils refinancing and IT investment

Buyout groups to cut Accor stake

Eurazeo and Colony Capital have long-term holding in hotel group

Company cash piles escape Osborne’s gaze

At the start of March, FTSE 350 non-financials held £139.5bn cash

FCA internal probes questioned

Some suggest investigations have become too widespread and costly

The Singapore skyline shines at night as tourists frequent the riverside shops and restaurants along Boat Quay, Singapore.
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Top US law firm in Singapore tie-up

City-state seeks to rival London, Paris and Hong Kong for arbitration

A customer passes a sale sign as she enters a BHS store, operated by Arcadia Group, Derby, UK

Sir Philip Green and the £1 BHS sale

Retail entrepreneur waves farewell to high street chain

Serco tumbles after dividend is scrapped

Group falls to annual pre-tax loss of £1.4bn

Weak euro weighs on PageGroup

Recruiter’s profits rise despite adverse exchange movements

G4S returns to profit in face of scandals

Security company makes £45m provision for contracts

G4S says there is a very long way to go

Ashley Almanza says benefits of overhaul are yet to be realised

Big four auditors boost consultancy

Firms well placed to cross-sell their services

Highway Agency braced for shake-up

Body to be transformed into contractor-operated company

Welfare-to-work provider A4E up for sale

Deloitte to advise on disposal or break-up of struggling business

CTS Eventim eyes expanding into Brazil

Ticketing group to use Olympics as bridgehead into Latin America

Serco counts cost of public sector deals

Policy of undercutting rivals takes its toll on outsourcing group

Carillion profit up amid cautious demand

Contract pipeline rises to £39.2bn from £37.5bn last year

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