For richer, for poorer

Marriage may be on the decline, but divorce certainly is not. Rugby Estates chairman David Tye hit the headlines two weeks ago for all the wrong reasons: he had to sell just under 60% of his shares in the company to raise £5.6m for his divorce settlement.

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