Goldman warned Green aide about BHS buyer

Advisers and former management questioned on chain’s collapse

Lakehouse struggles to turn tide of woes

Deep-rooted problems have been exposed to public scrutiny

Colouring books for adults sold more than 3m copies in 2015

Adult colouring book sales attract tax man

Publishers and retailers could be hit with £4m VAT bill

Volatile markets hit Brewin Dolphin

Group looks to build discretionary wealth management arm

Aston Villa v Newcastle United

Aston Villa sold to Chinese businessman

Xia ends pain for Lerner as club slides into English second tier

Ben Stansall / 07875 583086 General view of Foxtons Estate Agents branch and for sale boards in East London on May 8 2008.
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Foxtons hit by investor pay protest

More than 20% of votes cast at AGM reject remuneration report

UK pubs: loosening the tie

Making profits from pubs is not impossible, but takes time

Lapthorne turns corporate governance hero

Outright failures in governance and abuse of shareholders cited

Companies put dividends before pensions

Many UK groups pay 10 times more to shareholders, says regulator

Hotel Chocolat soars 28% on London listing

Chocolatier bucks trend and lists despite Brexit worries

Oxford deals highlight stature of spinouts

City-backed investment fund helps ventures clear ‘valley of death’

Japan deal boosts stem cell therapy group

Daiichi Sankyo pays Welsh start-up £12.5m for regenerative medicine to fix damaged heart tissue

Big banks wary on UK as Brexit vote looms

Credit Benchmark says lenders have turned more cautious this year

Go Outdoors retail chain explores sale

Camping and bicycle group hires KPMG to look at options

Trinity Mirror must polish its strategy

Digital revenues are rising but not enough to offset print woes

Retail collapses put focus on administrators

Corporate recovery experts face physical threats as emotions run high, writes Kate Burgess

Shire chief shrugs off investor protests

Drugmaker remains one of the fastest growing in its sector

Universities look to Stanford on spin-outs

US institution advises academics on how to exploit their ideas

Start-ups struggle to nurture rapid growth

Lack of venture capital prevents new companies scaling up

Offshore rig operators reel from oil rout

Seadrill and others report losses as producers curtail projects

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