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The transport group will now expand further into the US after its North American school bus business doubled profitability in five years.
The Dunhill and Lucky Strike owner, the world’s second-largest tobacco maker, said it is being forced to take action.
Announcing a £3.5billion loss last year, the state-backed lender said it will pull out of 25 of 38 of its markets across Europe, Asia and the Middle East, to focus on the UK.
The Alton Towers owner – where its newest ride The Smiler, pictured, won a Guinness World Record for the most loops in a coaster – revealed 7.1 per cent growth in like-for-like sales to £1.25billion.
The troubled company revealed it suffered its ‘worst ever football loss on record’ on Boxing Day as a host of favourites won.
RSA heralded a return to profit under new chief executive Stephen Hester, by announcing it will pay a final dividend to shareholders after a year of restructuring, cost savings and disposals.
Guinness Peat Group, 0.5p dearer at 22.5p, has changed its name to its sole operating asset, Coats, with immediate effect.
ALEX BRUMMER: Peace's day of the long knives as StanChart chairman decapitates much of the board - including himself
The departure of Peter Sands has been predicted for a long time. If anything, the surprise is that he has hung on for so long. The bigger surprise is the extent of the clear-out at the top of StanChart.
Apax, the current owner of the car sales website, yesterday revealed plans to list in London next month by selling up to a third of the group, which would value the business at as much as £2billion.
Embattled boss Peter Sands finally toppled in Standard Chartered shake-up... as Bill Winters is brought in to solve bank's problems
Chief executive Peter Sands is the highest profile casualty and will step down in June after almost nine years in the role.
Nearly 19,000 foreign drivers have failed to pay tolls on the new 'free-flow' M25 Dartford River Crossing - prompting UK highway bosses to call in a European debt recovery agency.
The FTSE 100 closed up 14.35 points at 6949.73 - just edging over the line to set another new record.
The pound rose to €1.376, a level not seen since December 2007, as the UK's economic recovery made it probable that the Bank of England will consider rate rises.
A line in Prince's famous 1999 chorus said: ‘Two thousand zero zero, party over, oops out of time.' For UK shares that was true, but now some measures indicate decent prospects.
Swiss arm of Coutts faces tax investigation as owner RBS unveils another huge loss of £3.5BILLION for 2014
The news, announced along RBS results showing another huge £3.5billion loss for last year, follow similar allegations against HSBC.
The firm is expecting to be admitted to trade as a FTSE250 company and its private equity owner Apax Partners is looking at offering at least 25 per cent of the firm to public investors.
Given the huge uncertainties surrounding the outcome of the May 5 general election it is fairly remarkable that equity and foreign exchange markets are so buoyant.
The warning came as Countrywide reported a 20 percent rise in income to £702.2million for 2014 and a 63 per cent increase in profits to £102.4million.
Domino's said 8.2 million customers had downloaded its app in 2014, up from 3.2 million at the start of the year.
The company said it lost £8.1million on Boxing Day as a host of favourites including Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City won in the Premier League.
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