Still Britain’s biggest retailer by market share, M&S’s performance over Christmas will clearly be key to how much longer Marc Bolland can hold on to his job at the group.

Weir not only woman seeking a top job with retailer

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Irish food group Greencore raises the ire of Daily Mail by looking to hire Hungarian workers

A statue of Henry Royce stands outside the Rolls-Royce plant in Derby. The engineering group revealed plans to cut 2,600 jobs in its aerospace division, with the threat of more cuts to come.
Photograph: Reuters

But bad news at Rolls-Royce as it will lay off more than 2,500 employees

Lloyds: bill for mis-selling payment protection insurance pushed over £11 billion. Photograph: Peter MacDiarmid/Getty Images

Branches scheduled for closure represent almost 10 per cent of retail network

The Bank of England, which said the system it uses to transfer payments between commercial banks was affected by a technical outage. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

London Briefing: chaos in City as part of automated system crashes

British luxury handbag maker Mulberry cut its profit forecast for the third time this year. Photograph: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images

Accessories group hit by fall in demand for luxury goods and bad strategies

“Sclerotic, hopeless and downbeat” France was “finished”, John Lewis Partnership managing director Andy Street   told an audience of entrepreneurs in London. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

London Briefing: gaffe by shows chief executives should leave jokes to comedians

“Fifty Pence Challenge” poster had been intended to motivate staff but ended up displayed in the window of a Sainsbury’s store in east London.

Focus shifts from Tesco to Sainsbury’s as it updates the market

A Phones 4U shop in central London with its shutters down as more than 500 of its stores were shut after the retail chain went into administration. Photograph: Philip Toscano/PA

Phones4U’s loss is the gain of other phone retailers but for how long?

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