Nov 14 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
- Centrica has won a legal appeal at the High Court against the energy industry regulator Ofgem over the way in which the household price cap was calculated. bit.ly/2CIPvLc
- Shop Direct said that £75 million ($95.97 million) would be injected by the end of this month from the Barclay family, required to plug a £150 million hole caused by a surge in mis-selling claims. bit.ly/378apSf
- Investors in Neil Woodford's fund could further lose £1 billion by the time it is wound up, according to analysis commissioned by its administrators. bit.ly/2q9GDLW
- Royal Mail Plc has won a high court injunction preventing the first national postal strike in a decade, which it said could have disrupted postal voting in the general election. bit.ly/34YlJOB
- A court is poised to rule on whether J Sainsbury Plc broke the law when it pulled out of building a new £7 million supermarket. bit.ly/2qPPvGN
- Wiltshire-based Avon Rubber Plc, which supplies gas masks and respirators to armed forces around the world, is seeking fresh acquisition targets. bit.ly/2XbkxVw
- Advent International has hired advisers to prepare an initial public offering of Rubix Group Holdings, a Cheshire-based distributor of industrial repair kits, that could value it at well over £2.5 billion. bit.ly/2rHQhGc
$1 = 0.7815 pounds Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom
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