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Tag: Banking

Banking Circle and Konsentus crowned winners at the Emerging Payments Awards 2019

Some of the most influential fintech companies gathered at the InterContinental Hotel – The O2 to celebrate this year’s movers and shakers at the 12th annual Emerging Payments Awards. This year alone, the UK’s fintech sector attracted an impressive total of 123 deals, worth a record $2.9 billion – London even topped New York, coming out …

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Adidas is banking on Beyonce for growth with Ivy Park athleticwear line debut

Ivy Park Collection with Beyonce Source: Adidas Adidas is banking on pop icon Beyonce, who’s dominated the airwaves for more than two decades, to do the same for  the company with her new adidas x Ivy Park activewear collection, which makes its debut in adidas stores and online at midnight. Beyonce’s Ivy Park collection originally …

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From JD Sports to Games Workshop: best market performers of decade | Business

In the first part of the 2010s, when the billionaire Mike Ashley and his retail creation Sports Direct appeared to be knocking out every opponent that dared to pick a fight, the tycoon gave a memorably bullish performance in front of City analysts. At a presentation in July 2011, as the rival JJB Sports was …

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Convenience stores urge Link to scrap further ATM fee cuts | Money

Convenience stores are urging the operator of the UK’s largest cash machine network to scrap further cuts planned to the fees it charges for transactions in an attempt to stem the “torrent” of free-to-use ATM closures. The Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) said previous cuts by Link to the so-called interchange fee – payments made …

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Labour won’t win economic credibility by attacking easy targets | Nils Pratley | Business

It’s the knockabout stage of the general election campaign, so there’s no real harm in the leader of the Labour party summoning a few business villains for the crowd to boo. But let’s hope the manifesto will offer a more nuanced analysis of business in the UK. If business, in all its variety, ends up …

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