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Mike Ashley's Sports Direct has raised its stake in Debenhams again   Own goal: Sports Direct to sue owner of its only Icelandic store   Hacker brought down Sports Direct website as he thought they'd give him a job   Hacker cost Sports Direct £50,000 in sales when he shut down its website  
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Funny money: The world's funniest joke is a finance gag

Boring? We think not. The Bank of England's sense of humour is finally getting the recognition it deserves, after it turned out the funniest joke at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival was about..
City A.M.

Sports Direct takes direct stake in Debenhams

Mike Ashley’s group becomes second-largest shareholder in department store chain
FT.com

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Mike Ashley's Sports Direct has raised its stake in Debenhams again

mike ashley's sports direct has raised its stake in debenhams again
After the drama of the summer, it was back to business for Mike Ashley today, after his retail giant Sports Direct hiked its stake in Debenhams to over 21 per cent.  Ashley has increased his stake..
City A.M.

Computer hacker is sentenced at court

A computer hacker who accessed the Sports Direct website has been sentenced at court. --- Note to readers: This message has been disseminated by Derbyshire Constabulary - please visit their official..
Derbyshire Constabulary

Own goal: Sports Direct to sue owner of its only Icelandic store

own goal: sports direct to sue owner of its only icelandic store
Mike Ashley's Sports Direct has filed notice of its intention to sue the owners of its only Icelandic store. The company is set to press a legal claim against Sigurdur Palmi Sigurbjornsson, as well..
City A.M.

Sports Direct sues over Iceland shop


Telegraph.co.uk

Popular USC store is closing its doors in St Stephen's in Hull

popular usc store is closing its doors in st stephen's in hull
The St Stephen's store is closing to create a "megastore" in the new Sports Direct store
Hull Daily Mail

Hacker cost Sports Direct £50,000 in sales when he shut down its website

hacker cost sports direct £50,000 in sales when he shut down its website
He also targeted another firm - which led to its CEO seeing a picture of The Joker when he opened his laptop
Nottingham Post

Hacker brought down Sports Direct website as he thought they'd give him a job

hacker brought down sports direct website as he thought they'd give him a job
Jason Polyick cost the retail giant nearly £50,000
Derby Telegraph

CITY DIARY: Mike Ashley bought Newcastle in Barbados

city diary: mike ashley bought newcastle in barbados
The thirsty Sports Direct boss, who regrets buying Premier League returnees Newcastle United in 2007, says the £55m deal was ‘done very quickly’ while he was holidaying in the Caribbean.
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Asics ramps up UK investment in 'new formula' agreement with Sports Direct 


Telegraph.co.uk

Sports Direct apologises for banning staff speaking Welsh

sports direct apologises for banning staff speaking welsh
A sheet of paper, said to have been pinned up at a Sports Direct store in Bangor, north west Wales, reminded their staff that 'English is the official language of the Company'.
MailOnline

Sports Direct sparks anger in Wales with 'English only' order to staff


Telegraph.co.uk

Sports Direct yn ymddiheuro am 'gamddealltwriaeth' iaith

sports direct yn ymddiheuro am 'gamddealltwriaeth' iaith
BBC Local News: Gogledd Orllewin -- Sports Direct yn ymddiheuro am arwyddion sy'n ymddangos eu bod wedi gwahardd staff rhag siarad unrhyw iaith ar wahân i Saesneg.
BBC Local News

Sports Direct 'English-only' note a 'misunderstanding'

Store chain defends a language guidance note saying it was "never intended to restrict the use of Welsh".
BBC News

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