Supermarkets and suppliers take stock

Groceries Code Adjudicator says grocers are improving

Bank upstarts offer more than funky apps

Start-ups put pressure on big groups to improve their digital services

NewRiver transfers to main London market

Premium LSE listing comes despite clouds over retail property sector

Deliveroo drivers demonstrate over wages

UK group’s shift to per-job payments sparks second protest

Deliveroo technology draws in investors

Food delivery start-up has raised over $472m in three years

Print-only Private Eye bucks online trend

Sales of magazine hit 30-year high in post-Brexit boost

A primer for the UK’s industrial strategy

Theresa May has a chance to build a lasting industrial blueprint for the UK, writes Richard Lambert

Elliott plays ‘bumpitrage’ with Poundland

US hedge fund targets Steinhoff deal for UK discount chain

West Brom bought by Chinese entrepreneur

Club becomes fourth from Midlands with owners from China


Ensuring women get on to company boards

The UK is a salutary example of what happens when you take the pressure off, writes Sarah Gordon

In search of a happy ending

Final credits are about to roll in Pinewood Studios’ shareholder saga

UK challenger banks committed to lending

Analysts warn of risky loan exposure arising from the vote to leave the EU

CityFibre warns on broadband competition

Government and regulator accused of focusing on Openreach

Petra Diamonds to hit production target early

Miner will stop trying to maximise volumes as sector recovers

Start-ups get post-Brexit VC boost

Confidence but figures are worse than a year earlier

UK insurers censured over sales agents

‘Widespread’ evidence of bad practices in third-party sales

Cambridge seeks stayers to take on Valley

Despite thriving start-up scene, UK still lags West Coast rivals

Industrial strategy as a slick slogan, and as reality

UK government help to the economy needs to be carefully judged

UniCredit’s new chief sets humble tone

The returning bank exec travels economy and likes to embarrass advisers who don’t

Hotel Chocolat hits sweet spot online

Revenues rise as chocolate retailer is boosted by a 20% increase in internet sales


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