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Cathedral City maker Dairy Crest to be sold to Canadian firm for almost £1bn
Cathedral City cheese maker Dairy Crest has agreed to a takeover by a Canadian firm in a deal worth nearly £1bn.
Kraft Heinz shares plummet with huge profit loss and federal investigation
US foods giant Kraft Heinz saw its shares plummet by more than quarter after posting a huge losses and revealing it was the focus of a federal investigation.
Rolls-Royce: Serious Fraud Office drops corruption probe
No individual prosecutions are to be brought over long-standing corruption at Rolls-Royce, the Serious Fraud Office has announced.
Cost of first and second class stamps to go up, Royal Mail says
Royal Mail has announced the price of first and second class stamps are going to increase from next month.
Interserve lenders to sweeten terms of £500m rescue
Lenders to Interserve, the heavily indebted government contractor, are to sweeten the terms of a £500m rescue package even as the company’s largest shareholder sets out a rival restructuring plan.
Flybe completes cut-price sale to Virgin after turbulent ride
Flybe has completed its controversial sale to a consortium led by Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic, which will net just 1p a share.
'Big Four' supermarkets slump in annual Which? consumer ranking
Asda has been left languishing last in a satisfaction survey, which saw discounters Aldi and Lidl outperform all of the "Big Four" supermarkets.
Disney, Fortnite and Nestle among companies pulling YouTube ads over child abuse concerns
Companies including Disney, Nestle and the maker of Fortnite are pulling advertisements from YouTube over concerns relating to child abuse.
Trade pact with Japan ruled out by Brexit deadline
The government has admitted it has run out of time to roll over existing trade pacts with Japan and Turkey in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Record surplus delivers pre-Brexit boost for Hammond
Britain's public finances delivered a record surplus last month in a boost for Chancellor Philip Hammond ahead of next month's pre-Brexit spring statement.