The Sunday Times: Kingfisher board is considering ousting its chief executive, Véronique Laury, whose attempts to turn around the company have failed to bring an upturn in profits for the DIY conglomerate that runs B&Q and Screwfix. The Sunday Telegraph: Theresa May has been told to set out exactly what concessions she will seek from the EU if she wants to salvage her Brexit deal. The Sunday Times: Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s said the longest government shutdown in US history was a “nasty flu” that cost the world’s largest economy at least $6 billion. The Sunday Telegraph: Tapi, the flooring retailer backed by Carpetright founder Lord Harris of Peckham, is likely to turn to investors to raise fresh funds as the battle with its arch-rival intensifies.
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