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Past articles by Kasmira:

Dangerous Bank of England junction to be car-free by 2016 after cycling accidents

Bank junction in the City could be closed to cars as soon as next year, the City of London Corporation has revealed, as planners push ahead with plans → Read More

The Shard skyscraper wins new letting after poaching tenant from the City

The developers behind the Shard skyscraper at London Bridge have secured another letting after poaching fintech firm Sapphire Systems from the City. → Read More

The Brits are back in town: Domestic buyers dominate London's prime property market

​British buyers are returning in droves to the London property market and now account for well over two thirds of prime purchases. → Read More

NewRiver Retail shares boosted by record 217 per cent jump in profits

NewRiver Retail said profits leapt by a record 217 per cent in the first half of the year, boosted by a frenzied acquisition spree that saw the retail → Read More

As Paris mourns following France's worst ever peace-time attack the economic impact of terrorism keeps climbing

The economic impact of terrorism across the globe reached $52.9bn (£34.8bn) in 2014, rocketing 60 per cent on the previous year. → Read More

Property firm Knight Frank launches Tech team to target London's booming digital sector

Knight Frank has created a Tech team to tap into growing demand from digital firms looking for office space in the capital. → Read More

Travel caterer SSP wins £500m deal to open 29 outlets at Oslo airport

Travel catering giant SSP has won a £500m contract to run 29 shops, cafes and restaurants at Oslo Airport Gardermoen in Norway. → Read More

Majestic Wine unveils turnaround to deliver £500m sales by 2019 as profits halve

Majestic Wine has unveiled a three-year plan targeting over £500m sales by 2019 as part of a shakeup that saw the company buy Naked Wines in April and → Read More

Sports Direct in talks to open Lillywhites concessions in House of Fraser

Sports Direct is reported to be in talks with House of Fraser about introducing concessions of its famous Piccadilly store Lillywhites inside the department → Read More

US investment giants Starwood Capital and Apollo vie for control of budget hotelier Travelodge

Property investor Starwood Capital and Apollo Global Management, the private equity firm, are said to be battling it out for control of the company, with → Read More

Suburbs lag behind inner London boroughs in housebuilding drive

Inner London boroughs are granting planning permission for more new homes than the all of the surrounding outer boroughs put together, according to a → Read More

Number of new homes built in England at highest level in 28 years

The number of new homes in England has risen by a quarter over the past year, the highest annual increase in 28 years, official figures show. → Read More

Asda teams up with online retailers to launch parcel collection service in stores

Shoppers will be able to pick-up goods in Asda supermarkets that they have ordered from other online retailers as part of a new service launched today → Read More

First-time buyers fuel rise in mortgage lending in September

Mortgage lending rose year-on-year in September, new data shows, driven by a jump in first time buyers taking out new loans. → Read More

Barratt Developments shares fall despite 20 per cent jump in sales

Shares in Barratt Developments fell this morning despite Britain’s biggest housebuilder reporting a strong start to the autumn selling season thanks → Read More

Poundworld secures £50m loan from Santander to fund its expansion

Poundworld has secured a £50m loan from its banks to help fund its expansion, just months after private equity firm TPG snapped up a majority stake → Read More

New Look on trend and first half sales jump

New Look has hailed a jump in first half sales and profits, as the fast fashion chain stepped up its expansion in China and launched its first standalone → Read More

Global construction market to grow by 85 per cent to $15.5 trillion by 2030

The global construction market is expected to grow by 85 per cent to $15. → Read More

Merlin Entertainments appoints partner from Asian investment firm to its board

Merlin Entertainments has appointed the partner of a major Asian investment management firm to its board, paving the way for the theme park owner’s → Read More

Palamon Capital snaps up majority stake in The Rug Company

The Rug Company has been rolled up and taken home by private equity firm Palamon Capital Partners, netting its founders hundreds of millions of pounds. → Read More