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Moss Bros launches menswear subscription service

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Suit and formalwear retailer Moss Bros has launched a new pay monthly subscription service for renting outfits. Bosses hope the £65-a-month “Moss Box” service can...

Royal Mail appointed by Shpock as new delivery partner

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Royal Mail has been appointed by Shpock – the mobile marketplace – as a delivery partner in the UK. Royal Mail will now offer...

Waitrose to create 400 jobs as it expands Deliveroo partnership

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Waitrose has expanded its partnership with Deliveroo in a move which will create up to 400 jobs. The supermarket chain said it will expand the...

Deliveroo warns rapid growth set to wane as lockdown measures ease

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Deliveroo has said it expects the recent rapid growth in orders to wane as lockdown measures ease in the coming months. It comes after the...

Just Eat orders soar 79% in three months amid lockdown takeaway boom

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Takeaway delivery giant Just Eat said order numbers soared by 79% over the past three months as lockdown measures sparked demand from housebound customers. The...
Deliveroo riders from the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain in Shoreditch High Street, east London, as they go on strike

Deliveroo shares rise on first full trading day despite strike

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Deliveroo shares have climbed higher on their first day of full trading despite the start of a rider strike over worker rights. The takeaway delivery...

Deliveroo shares close down 26% on first day of trading

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Shares in Deliveroo closed down 26.3% on its first day of trading on the London Stock Exchange, having earlier seen falls of 30% during...

Deliveroo shares flop as £2bn wiped off value in London float

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Shares in Deliveroo plummeted by as much as 30% as it made its highly-anticipated launch on the London Stock Exchange. Around £2 billion was wiped...
Deliveroo extension plans

Deliveroo aims for £8.8bn listing

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Takeaway company Deliveroo is expected to be valued at up to £8.8 billion when it starts selling its shares on the stock exchange in...

Mobile firms spend more than £1.3 billion in latest 5G spectrum auction

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The UK’s biggest mobile operators have committed to pay more than £1.3 billion in the first stage of latest bidding for airwaves for 5G...