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Next quits frenzied bidding war for Topshop
Thu, 21 Jan 2021 21:51:09 GMT

Next is Britain's largest clothing retailer and was a frontrunner in the race to buy Topshop, the most sought after of the stable of brands left over after Arcadia went bust last month.

Music rights fund Hipgnosis hits right note with investors
Thu, 21 Jan 2021 21:51:06 GMT

Hipgnosis has had a barnstorming pandemic, spending nearly £1bn to acquire some of the world's best-known artists, including the pint sized pop princess Shakira (pictured).

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