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Ashley shows Goals bosses red card over accounting crisis
The Sports Direct International tycoon Mike Ashley has declared war on the board of Goals Soccer Centres over the accounting crisis which has left its shares suspended for months.
BA owner boosts Boeing with deal to buy 200 737 MAX jets
The owner of British Airways has signed a letter of intent to order 200 Boeing 737 MAX jets - the aircraft model currently grounded following two deadly crashes.
Facebook to launch Libra cryptocurrency 'ecosystem' in 2020
Facebook is to launch its own digital currency within the next year, saying its plans will deliver an "inclusive and open" financial ecosystem.
Facebook's Libra could threaten the global financial system
Facebook's new digital currency, Libra, is a monumental move - although not for the reasons you might initially think.
Trump cries foul as Draghi stimulus pledge knocks euro
The head of the European Central Bank (ECB) has come under attack from Donald Trump after he pledged "additional stimulus" if the eurozone economy continues to flag.
Heathrow brushes off fears Boris Johnson could block expansion
Heathrow has brushed off the potential threat of a Boris Johnson premiership to its expansion plans as it kicked off a consultation over the £14bn scheme.
Could electric planes be the answer to a greener future?
The battle to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is gaining momentum – with pressure on businesses to play their part coming from both shareholders and customers alike.
Philip Hammond to pave way for overhaul of City regulation
Philip Hammond will lay the foundations on Thursday for an overhaul of the City's post-Brexit regulatory landscape just weeks before he expects to be ousted by the next prime minister.
Warranty giant D&G shelves plan for £1bn sale or float
One of the UK’s biggest insurers of home appliances has shelved plans for a sale or flotation valuing it at more than £1bn amid a lukewarm response from public and private market investors.
PM seeks new powers to fine firms exploiting customer loyalty
Plans have been announced to bolster the powers of UK regulators, as the government seeks to end so-called loyalty penalties costing households billions of pounds.