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The best of the Telegraph in audio: the fall of Sir Philip Green's empire and what is the point in stock exchanges?

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You can listen to the best of the Telegraph in audio below, including stories on Sir Phillip Green and Rafael Nadal   - PA

Every Friday the Telegraph will bring you a selection of our best articles, comment pieces and features in audio form to be listened to at your convenience.

This week's offering includes our Retail Editor Ashley Armstrong explaining why the fall of Sir Philip Green's empire could also spell the end of CVAs too.

In the world of tech, we revealed how two of Europe's biggest phone companies, Nokia and Ericsson, are considering drastic changes to protect themselves from the global trade war.

On the tennis court, Rafael Nadal is still celebrating his 12th French Open title after triumphing once again at Roland Garros. Charlie Eccleshare looks at how the Spaniard is edging ever closer to Roger Federer's record tally of grand slam titles.

With Nadal now just two behind his great rival, what does this mean for the battle to be known as the greatest men's tennis player of all time?

To listen,  click the 'play' button of the recording you wish to listen to.

The fall of Sir Philip Green’s empire could spell the end for CVAs too

Exclusive: Nokia and Ericsson plan emergency break-up over trade war and security fears

Rafael Nadal has never been so close to Roger Federer's grand slam total - where does GOAT race go next?

What is the point in stock exchanges?