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Julian Dunkerton, back at the helm of the High Street brand, says he is attempting to "steady the ship".
Sir James is reported to have paid $54m for the flat, following the move of his company's HQ to Singapore.
Mexico's Carlos Urzúa said there were discrepancies in economic matters in letter made public on Twitter.
The government's spending watchdog says there is "little to show" following the botched deal.
Completed in 1721, the Lombe brothers' five-storey textile mill was quickly copied around the world.
VW is stopping production of the Beetle, ending 80 years on the road for the iconic car.
Our business and transport correspondents answer your questions on electric cars.
After recent large scale job cuts, we asked the BBC audience how they coped when it happened to them.
The star is bypassing traditional retailers by selling Haus Laboratories with the online giant.
The BBC takes a look inside the new vehicle, which is going to be produced at BMW's plant at Cowley.
The UK's data privacy regulator has said it plans to fine the US hotel group for a data breach.
Brexit uncertainty coupled with an economic slowdown has pushed sterling to April 2017 levels.
The tax will apply to tickets for all flights from airports in France, the government says.
Overall, ethnic minorities earn 3.8% less than white ethnic groups, the first official figures show.
Work on the first fully electric Mini will begin in late 2019 at BMW's Cowley plant near Oxford.
The governor of the Bank of Italy warns that rising debt and weak growth are causing economic tensions.
Sales were hit, but the online delivery firm says insurance will cover the cost of the warehouse.
Advisers asked to find a solution to the Irish border Brexit problem balk at signing the terms.
It's the easiest way to turn self-employed, but one in five fail within a year, figures show.
Negative social media can be a major threat to businesses and can quickly destroy trust in a brand.