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Basic Materials
Small Cap
Market Cap £262.1m
Enterprise Value £1.87bn
Revenue £1.69bn
Position in Universe 441st / 3002

PRESS DIGEST- British Business - Oct 24

Thu 24th October, 2019 2:03am
Oct 24 - The following are the top stories on the business
pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these
stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. 
    The Times
    - A proposed deal to save Britain's second largest
steelmaker British Steel was in doubt on Wednesday night after
the official receiver from Turkey's military pension fund OYAK
 OYAYO.IS  said that he would start talks with other potential
buyers. http://bit.ly/2N6ZQWb
    - Mike Ashley's retail group Sports Direct International Plc
 SPD.L  has appointed RSM as its auditor after it was dropped by
Grant Thornton. http://bit.ly/341p8M3
    The Guardian
    - Heathrow's chief executive John Holland-Kaye has accused
British Airways of acting against "the consumer and national
interest" by attempting to slow down expansion of the airport
and depriving passengers of lower fares. http://bit.ly/365EHEH
    - A former chief executive of collapsed British travel firm
Thomas Cook has insisted his successors were wrong to blame him
for racking up the debts that capsized the company, as Members
of Parliament continued their inquiry into the tour operator's
collapse. http://bit.ly/342X5fz

    The Telegraph
    - Critics have attacked Link Fund Solutions, supervisor of
British money manager Neil Woodford's collapsed equity income
fund, for letting down customers. http://bit.ly/2N6DHr8
    - Investor Aberdeen Standard Investments said internet
conglomerate Prosus NV  PRX.AS  trying to buy Just Eat Plc
 JE.L  must pay an extra 1 billion pounds ($1.29 billion)to take
it over. http://bit.ly/2qHCfUF
    Sky News
    - British department store group Debenhams is close to
naming Mark Gifford, a former Game and House of Fraser CFO, as
its chairman. http://bit.ly/2N6Ew3c
    - Small utility company Toto Energy has ceased trading on
Wednesday, as the company failed to meet the 1 September
deadline for renewable energy payments due from all suppliers,
according to British regulator Ofgem. http://bit.ly/32Hx4Cd

    The Independent
    - British Liberal Democrat party leader Jo Swinson said
companies should have a new "duty of care" to ensure they take
legal responsibility for deforestation and other environmental
damage linked to their operations overseas. http://bit.ly/2qAXlnj
($1=0.7745 pounds)

 (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)
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