Helen Cahill

(Staff)

I am a reporter for City A.M. Email: helen.cahill@cityam.com

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January 2018 articles

GMB union has slammed a proposal from Transport for London (TfL) to re-open a consultation on whether private hire vehicles should [...]

23 January
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Thousands of Sainsbury's jobs are at risk as the supermarket seeks to shake-up its management structure. [...]

23 January
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Amazon has kept its place at the top of a key customer satisfaction index, published today by the Institute of Customer Service. [...]

23 January
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Fintech will be the first sector to produce an IPO this year, as IntegraFin announces plans to float on the London stock exchange. [...]

22 January
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The UK will be one of the few markets to miss out on house price growth in 2018. [...]

22 January
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South Africa’s stock exchange has said it could suspend trading in Steinhoff’s bonds if the retail conglomerate does not [...]

22 January
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London mayor Sadiq Khan’s affordable housing programme is under pressure after figures showed he has started building just [...]

22 January
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Tesco is cutting 800 jobs within the business in a bid to simplify its operations. [...]

22 January
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Richemont has made an offer to take control of luxury online retailer Yoox Net-a-Porter. [...]

22 January
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Amazon will officially open its check-out free store, Amazon Go, today in Seattle. [...]

22 January
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A crucial phase in the Brexit talks will soon get underway when UK and EU negotiators meet to discuss trade. Leading the EU side, [...]

22 January
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Top MPs have thrown their weight behind concerns that the government's flagship housing policy will damage first-time buyers. [...]

22 January
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New Look's bondholders are looking to hire lawyers ahead of the firm's planned restructuring. [...]

21 January
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Boris Johnson has hit out at premier business group the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), saying its suggestion of creating [...]

21 January
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Theresa May was warned today not to make knee-jerk reforms to executive pay following the collapse of Carillion. [...]

21 January
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