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Sports Direct made underlying earnings of £306.1 million in the year to April 29th. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

British retailer Sports Direct on Thursday reported a 12 per cent increase in full-year core earnings, helped by its strategy to smarten up its stores(...)

Martin Sorrell attends a conference at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters

Martin Sorrell’s new venture acquired Dutch digital agency MediaMonks Multimedia Holding BV, beating his former employer WPP in the auction and settin(...)

Sales at its North America business rose 3.3 per cent in the quarter which ended on May 31st. Photograph: Stuart Franklin/Getty Images

Nike shares jumped 12 per cent to their all-time high on Friday after the world’s largest shoemaker saw a major sales rebound in its North America bus(...)

Pedestrians walk past a stocks display board after the Hang Seng Index closed at 29468.15, a loss of 2.78 pe rcent, in Hong Kong on fears of a trade war between China and the US.

Asian stock markets tumbled and Europe opened lower on Tuesday after US president Donald Trump threatened China with a further $200 billion (€173 bill(...)

The Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, refurbished for the World Cup, is the biggest venue in the 2018 tournament, with a capacity of 81,000 people. Photograph: Peter Powell/EPA

As the Italian Conte Verde ocean liner set sail from Genoa to South America in 1930, this newspaper bore no mention of its departure or where it was g(...)

Fabrizio Melegari admits he’s one of the few people in Italy looking forward to the World Cup. Sure, along with the rest of the country, he was heart(...)

People take a picture front of a banner Zabivaka, the official mascot for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, in Saransk. Photograph:Juan Barreto/Getty Images

The World Cup must be imminent because the supermarket aisles have turned into obstacle courses of special-offer Pringles, Budweiser is deploying dron(...)

Patrick Collison, chief executive officer and co-founder of Stripe (left) with borther John Collison, president and co-founder. “The internet economy is so vast and so much smaller than it will be,” said Patrick Collison.

With only 5 per cent of global commerce taking place online at present there is still a huge growth opportunity for payments firm Stripe, according to(...)

Dan Carter of Racing 92 is tackled by Simon Zebo of Munster during a   Champions Cup Round Two match  at Thomond Park in October. Photograph:  Getty Images

Robbie Deans used to run alongside Neville Carter. Actually, it was the other way round, what with Deans being an All Black in the Canterbury Country’(...)

Fear of further failure fuelled Leinster’s Heineken Cup victory over Leicester in 2009. File photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

Leinster never needed to lose a final to learn how to win a final. There had been enough suffering by the time we got to Murrayfield in 2009. Leo Cul(...)

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