Interserve

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Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley has expanded his empire with a flurry of deals, from House of Fraser and a disastrous investment in Debenhams to Evans Cycles, Sofa.com and Game Digital. Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

It’s hard to shake off the feeling that Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct empire is finally careering out of control, derailed by a bewildering stream of il(...)

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Debenhams, which operates 11 stores in the Republic, says its trading divisions, staff, suppliers and customers are unaffected for now after its lende(...)

Photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

Troubled outsourcing company Interserve, one of the British government’s biggest contractors, is set to go into administration later on Friday after i(...)

Interserve, which cleans the London Underground and is one of the biggest suppliers of services to the UK government, has unveiled an emergency rescue plan that hands 97.25 per cent control of the business to its banks. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Interserve, one of the biggest suppliers of services to the UK government, has unveiled an emergency rescue plan that hands control of the business to(...)

British outsourcer Interserve has thousands of UK government contracts to clean hospitals and serve school meals. Photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

Shares in Interserve lost more than half their value on Monday after the British support services provider said it was in rescue talks which may hand (...)

The logo of British mobile phone giant Vodafone outside one of its shops in central London. Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images

European shares fell again, compounding a difficult week that saw a widespread equity sell-off. The Iseq in Dublin limited the drop to 0.2 per cent. (...)

Interserve offices  in Twyford, UK. Photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

Shares in British contractor Interserve plunged on Wednesday after a report the UK government was monitoring the company, exacerbating worries about t(...)

Bank of Ireland, currently the subject of an enforcement investigation by the Central Bank alongside KBC, dropped by 1.93 per cent to €6.649 on Thursday. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

The ongoing tracker mortgage controversy appeared to spook Irish investors on Thursday as the Iseq ended in negative territory. Its European peers, (...)