Liberty Global forms joint venture with UK telecoms investor – Financial Times

Financial TimesLiberty Global forms joint venture with UK telecoms investorFinancial TimesMXC has bought and sold 90 UK technology and telecoms companies in the past 15 years, including parts of Redstone, a telecoms company specialising in large properties such as Westfield shopping centre in London, and marketing company 2ergo.and more »

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Liberty Global forms joint venture with UK telecoms investor – Financial Times

Former Tory Burch Exec Joins The Trade Desk to Help Marketers … – Adweek

AdweekFormer Tory Burch Exec Joins The Trade Desk to Help Marketers …AdweekThe Trade Desk, a programmatic advertising company, has hired Susan Vobejda as its new chief marketing officer. Vobejda joins the team from fashion brand …and more »

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Long-awaited £4bn sale of UK student loans due to price next month – Financial Times

Long-awaited £4bn sale of UK student loans due to price next monthFinancial TimesThe UK government's long-awaited sale of nearly £4bn of student loans is expected to price in early December, as the marketing process for its largest ever sale of student debt to private investors draws to a close. The sale of the loans, which were …

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Opening Quote: William Hill hopes two big results will go its way – Financial Times

Opening Quote: William Hill hopes two big results will go its wayFinancial TimesIt said it has “a package of actions and proposed measures to reform the UK energy market and benefit customers… This will increase engagement and choice, result in better deals and reduce average bills, deliver a fairer allocation of energy policy …and more »

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Sue Campbell, women’s FA chief, on fixing an outdated culture – Financial Times

Financial TimesSue Campbell, women's FA chief, on fixing an outdated cultureFinancial TimesShe now has a “first class team” — including new heads of women's performance, coaching, refereeing and marketing. Keeping the women's game within the governing body was important. “I want [the FA] to look at themselves [and] be part of the solution.

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Movers & shakers: November 20 – Financial Times

Financial TimesMovers & shakers: November 20Financial TimesSheri Taylor Gilchrist has joined PGIM Investments as global chief marketing officer for the fund manufacturing arm of PGIM, the $1tn investment businesses owned by Prudential, the US-listed insurer. Ms Gilchrist previously worked in a similar role at …

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