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Comet: electrical retailer is expected to go into administration

Comet poised to file for administration

Comet is poised to file for administration this morning, putting around 6,000 jobs at the struggling electronics retailer at risk.

Aubin & Wills: brand to be dropped by parent clothing company Jack Wills

Jack Wills to drop Aubin & Wills brand

Clothing company Jack Wills is closing its Aubin & Wills brand in a move that it claims will allow it

British Gas: set to axe nearly 20% of its commercial staff

British Gas to axe 20% of marketing and sales roles in swingeing job cuts

British Gas is cutting almost 20% of its commercial staff, including marketing roles, within its services division, in a bid

Tesco: price app TV campaign

Tesco cuts non-food roles after disappointing sales

Tesco is slashing roles from its non-food department as part of a review in response to "difficult economic times".

Stevie Spring: Future plc chief executive

Future confirms 10% of UK workforce will go

Specialist publisher Future has confirmed about 100 of its 1000 UK workforce face redundancy, following this morning's interim statement announcing

Thomson Reuters: plans to slash jobs in 2011

Thomson Reuters to make jobs cuts in 2011

Thomson Reuters, the global news and information provider, is preparing to make hundreds of job cuts across its global Markets

Richard Desmond: owner of NOrthern & Shell and Channel Five

Five commercial team escapes bulk of cuts

The commercial team has largely avoided the axe at Channel Five, after the redundancy target was reached by departures from

Clash-Media: nine jobs to go as UK trading operation is shut down

Clash-Media shuts UK trading operation

Clash-Media, the lead-generation company, closed its UK trading operation today (23 June), with nine redundancies.

Readers Digest: UK redundancies announced

Reader's Digest ad director Flora MacMillan leaves after 22 years

LONDON - Reader's Digest's UK advertising director Flora MacMillan is one of nine staff to be made redundant at the

MTV: now part of the Sky Media portfolio

30 jobs go as Sky Media integrates VBS sales force

LONDON - BSkyB is to make approximately 30 staff redundant from its combined 250-strong commercial team following the merger of


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