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Kate Burgess has worked at the FT since 1998, during which time she was a UK companies correspondent, investment correspondent and corporate correspondent. Before that she worked for some years in the City as a stock broker and stock market analyst.
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3i template for post-pandemic regeneration fund; GVC, a card or so short of a full deck
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IAG grounds expectations as bookings fall; Shaftesbury taps shareholders to weather coronavirus storm
PwC puts distance between it and Boohoo; Amigo battles on
The UK aerospace group is right to take the long view; Heineken tests pub watchdog
Asos wants to be seen as a cut above; Covid-19 bumps up Bunzl
National inn chains suffer as new lockdown policy heralds more pub closures
Sidney Taurel risks being cut from the middle of Pearson’s muddle; UK banks beware negative interest rates
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Lenders’ reputation on the line; Frasers’ fearless 1,000
Private equity ownership of Watches of Switzerland and Trainline; Co-Operative Bank seeks another chief
Cinema chain draws curtains on screens; Mulberry suffers at home on the high street
Spac ETF marks high-water mark in the US; Halfords defies Haldane; Renewi wastes
A 4 per cent dividend yield is still something; student accommodation providers face learning curve
US casino operator is in a strong position to sew up a deal for British bookmaker
Suitors whittled down; Smiths delaying tactics; Willie Walsh’s new billet
WFH bears down on the Square Mile; Tesco chief urges shoppers to stay calm