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Just Eat set to join blue chip index after share price jump

Just Eat set to join blue chip index after share price jump

Business
An online takeaway firm is set to join the ranks of Britain's biggest businesses this week.Just Eat is expected to be promoted to the FTSE 100 on the back of its soaring share price, and comes just three years after its stock market debut.Its elevation would make it the first such firm to join the blue chip index.The next FTSE reshuffle is based on closing share prices on Tuesday, with engineer Babcock and Alton Towers-owner Merlin at risk of demotion.Just Eat's shares have soared 43% this year on the back of revenue growth and acquisitions. It's £5.5bn market value makes it bigger than Sainsbury's.Just Eat takes online orders from customers and acts as delivery middle man between them and restaurants.Nicholas Hyett, equity analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, said Just Eat's growth underlines
​600 homebuyers join hands, bid for completing a part of Jaypee project

​600 homebuyers join hands, bid for completing a part of Jaypee project

Finance
NEW DELHI: Among the 20-odd bidders for insolvency-hit Jaypee Infratech’s housing, hospital and road projects, including some top names from India Inc, there is an entity with no experience of construction and probably no documents to show its net worth -- a group of flat buyers from Kasa Isles who are pitching to take over some of the apartment blocks and construct it themselves. Over 600 buyers from the 16 towers of the project in Noida’s Sector 129 have come together under the umbrella of Kasa Isles Welfare Association and submitted their proposal to the resolution professional appointed by the National Company Law Tribunal. Now, they have approached the insolvency resolution professional with a formal offer. Aman Behal, a core committee member, said the association will need around
Israel to join US in quitting Unesco

Israel to join US in quitting Unesco

World
Israel has said it will join the US in pulling out of the UN's cultural organisation Unesco, after US officials cited "anti-Israel bias".Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised the US decision as "brave and moral", a statement said.The agency is known for designating world heritage sites such as Syria's Palmyra and the US Grand Canyon.Unesco head Irina Bokova earlier called the US withdrawal a matter of "profound regret".The US withdrawal will become effective at the end of December 2018 - until then, the US will remain a full member. The US will establish an observer mission at the Paris-based organisation to replace its representation, the state department said.Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu tweeted he had instructed his foreign ministry to "prepare Israel's withdrawal... in ...
Ed Speleers and Maria Doyle Kennedy join Season 4 of 'Outlander'

Ed Speleers and Maria Doyle Kennedy join Season 4 of 'Outlander'

Entertainment
Oct. 11 (UPI) -- Starz has announced the casting of two key roles for its time-travel romance, Outlander."Clan, we have our Jocasta and Stephen Bonnet! Please welcome @mariadkennedy and @RealEdSpeleers as Season 4 of #Outlander begins filming!" the cable network tweeted Wednesday, along with photos of new cast members Ed Speleers and Maria Doyle Kennedy.Speleers' credits include Eragon and Downton Abbey. Kennedy has also appeared in Downton Abbey, as well as in the series The Tudors and the films The Commitments, The General, The Matchmaker, Sing Street and The Conjuring 2.Based on Diana Gabaldon's popular novels, the small-screen drama Outlander follows British Claire [played by Caitriona Balfe,] a married, former World War II military nurse who magically travels back in time where she me...
New England Under-21s recruit Jack Harrison forks out £1,200 to join squad after missed flight

New England Under-21s recruit Jack Harrison forks out £1,200 to join squad after missed flight

Sports
New England Under-21s recruit Jack Harrison is paying to play for his country after almost being grounded by a missed flight.The New York City forward was late for his original trip from America on Sunday but forked out £1,200 from his own pocket to book himself on the next plane to London.Harrison then had to come up from Heathrow to St George's Park near Burton to link up with the Young Lions ahead of their Euro 2019 qualifiers against Scotland on Friday and Andorra next Tuesday, eventually arriving late on Monday.It was his first call-up after he replaced Sheyi Ojo but Harrison, who had played in New York City's 1-1 draw at Chicago Fire on Saturday, admitted his plans were initially up in the air.He said: "We flew back from Chicago and landed at Westchester Airport. I then had to go hom