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- The founder’s dilemma: sell out or plan for succession?
- Over to you Mr Lewis: is now the time to buy Tesco again?
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- Trust Insider: can an IT-assassin turn its hand to trust management?
- ex-Old Mutual Wealth man James Millard resurfaces at SLI
- Source unveils first Nikkei 400 tracker
- Challenger bank's planned listing postponed amid Scottish uncertainty
- IPO gold rush: 2014 listings set to smash records
- Thousands of jobs at risk as Phones 4U plunges into administration
- The Expert View: JD Wetherspoon, Aveva and GKN
- Asian shares decline on China factory data
- Monday Papers: Phones 4U collapses into administration
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Libby Ashby and leading wealth managers scrutinise the food retail sector, Japan’s consumption tax hike and political risk in the markets.
Colin McLean's mid-cap picks
The SVM director and fund manager on his pick of the UK mid-caps.
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Citywire AA-rated manager Gervais Williams has argued that sentiment is the true danger to Quindell.
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Professional footballers are not renowned for their financial acumen, but former Millwall player James Connor is an exception to the rule