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Week 8 of BizNews Business Briefing, a roughly 20-minute podcast that keeps you updated on the latest important business and investment news.

The podcast has evolved and is now nearing a finished article – hence this note to ‘launch’ it to our wider community. Executive Producer Lucy Ferreira and I have now been joined by various colleagues to provide more than the initial market update.

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WATCH: Purple Group shares jumped 10% on Friday, swimming strongly against a sliding market. The reason was a rather cryptic statement by SENS about a major partnership secured in Asia. ​​​​​​While details have been deliberately sparse to ensure the partner’s Big Bang launch is not disrupted, Purple CEO Charles Savage visited our virtual studio to share some context – and ventured that once the market fully appreciates the significance deals, it’s not just existing Purple fans who will be impressed.

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