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Hot Off The Wires - 18 November 2019


  • Boris Johnson will pledge on Monday to reduce business rates and provide a series of tax breaks worth about £1bn a year, in a bid to woo corporate Britain.

  • Personal computer firm HP has rejected a takeover approach from printer maker Xerox, despite pressure from billionaire investor Carl Icahn to agree a merger.

  • Azzurri Group, the owner of the Zizzi and Ask Italian restaurant chains, will today report a 7% increase in turnover boosted by menu innovations including jackfruit vegan pizza and black and white ravioli.

  • Nissan will recall 394,025 cars in the US over a braking system defect that has caused concerns that a brake fluid leak could potentially lead to a fire.

  • Primark owner Associated British Foods has defended the fast-fashion industry and said that shopping on the high street was more environmentally friendly than online delivery vans “puffing their way up and down a street”.



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