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Wage growth at weakest level since January

Sky News / Business

There has been a further slowdown in the rate of pay growth, as the Bank of England mulls the timing of an interest rate rise.

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Horror for Netflix as it misses subscriber targets

Sky News / Technology

Netflix shares plunged in after-hours trading in New York after the company's latest results signalled it was facing stronger competition for customers.

04

Hosepipe bans for some despite water leaks

Sky News / US News

Water restrictions will hit parts of England in the coming weeks, despite figures showing that up to 22% of water supply could be saved if water companies fixed leaks.

Monday, Jul 16

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Trade tensions see IMF cut UK growth estimate

Sky News / Business

The International Monetary Fund has cut its 2018 growth forecasts for the UK, revising down from 1.6% to 1.4%.

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Reborn British Steel seals £90m funding deal

Sky News / Business

The reborn British Steel has secured almost £100m of new financing to spur its turnaround, delivering a shot in the arm to an industry shaken by uncertainty over Brexit and transatlantic trade conflict.

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Small businesses to benefit from £775m RBS fund

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It's the treasure hunt being talked about by everyone in the commercial banking sector.

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Is this how next generation of RAF jets will look?

Sky News

A concept model for a new fighter jet has been unveiled by the British government at the Farnborough International Air Show.

12

Debenhams shares slide on credit insurer woes

Sky News / Business

Shares in Debenhams fell up to 7% on Monday as the retailer battled suggestions it was facing a crisis of confidence among credit insurers.

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EU immigration to Britain falls to five-year low

Sky News / UK

The number of immigrants moving from the European Union to Britain fell by a quarter to a five-year low last year.

09

China issues global warning as economy slows

Sky News / Business

China has warned of risks to the world economy from a Donald Trump-inspired trade war, while reporting a slowdown in its own growth.

07

Rolls-Royce develops 'flying taxi' technology

Sky News / Business

A prototype system for vertical take-off and landing could pave the way for "flying taxis" by 2020.

Sunday, Jul 15

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Four 'spaceports' to be built across UK

Sky News / Technology

Satellites could be launched from the UK in as little as three years, heralding the start of what the government called the "Great British Space Age".

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Unilever grandees weigh Dutch headquarters shift

Sky News / Business

The consumer goods giant behind Dove and Marmite‎ has opened talks with the trust established by one of the group's founders as part of a shareholder charm offensive aimed at abolishing its UK headquarters.

Saturday, Jul 14

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Carillion demise spurs share sale clampdown

Sky News / Business

The bosses of Britain's biggest public companies‎ could be forced to hold onto shares for years after they retire under new corporate governance rules to be unveiled next week.

Friday, Jul 13

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Poundworld closes 80 more stores with 1,024 jobs lost

Sky News / Business

The administrator of Poundworld has announced plans to close another 80 stores with the loss of 1,024 jobs.

This conglomerate's stock soared 436% in nine years

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Conglomerates are supposed to be deeply unfashionable among investors.

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High stakes as Gaucho seeks HMRC tax bill rescue

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Struggling restaurant chain Gaucho is racing to secure a sale following a seven-figure tax demand that could trigger its collapse into administration within days.

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Sterling falls after Trump issues US-UK trade warning

Sky News / Business

Sterling sank almost 1% after US President Donald Trump said Theresa May's Brexit plan probably killed off hope of a US-UK trade deal.

Philip Hammond defends May's Brexit plan

Sky News / Business

Chancellor Philip Hammond has defended Theresa May's Brexit plan after the City of London Corporation lashed out at the proposals.

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Johnson & Johnson told to pay £3.6bn in talc cancer case

Sky News / World

Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $4.69bn (£3.6bn) to 22 women who alleged the pharmaceutical company's talc products contain asbestos that caused cancer.

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'Slimeball' Presidents Club 'failed' in charity duties

Sky News / UK

The trustees of the Presidents Club were in breach of "key charity law duties" when they hosted a black tie event at The Dorchester Hotel, a report has concluded.

Thursday, Jul 12

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Trump: May's Brexit plan will 'kill' US trade deal

Sky News / US News

Donald Trump has warned Theresa May her Brexit blueprint will "kill" hopes of any future trade deal with the US.

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'Police called' as Build-A-Bear sale sparks chaos

Sky News

A teddy bear offer has been abandoned amid "safety concerns" after it sparked chaos in shopping centres across the UK.

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Brexit white paper: Here's what you need to know

Sky News / UK

The Brexit white paper on the UK's future relationship with the EU is one of the most controversial government documents in recent history.

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Online retailer ASOS drops 11% on warning

Sky News / Business

ASOS, the online fashion retailer popular among 20-somethings, has warned its full-year sales growth will be at the "lower end" of expectations.

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Thomas Cook tours City to find new chairman

Sky News / Business

Thomas Cook has kicked off a search for a successor to the chairman who helped steer it back from the brink of financial collapse but also oversaw the public relations disaster of its response to the deaths of two children in its care.

City takes a swipe at Brexit white paper

Sky News / Business

How employers and business groups have reacted to the publication of the government's Brexit white paper:

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Sovereignty, immigration, money: What plan means

Sky News

Two years on from the vote to leave the European Union and the government has finally set out its Brexit blueprint.

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21st Century Fox bid for Sky gets govt approval

Sky News / Business

The government has given the green light to a takeover of Sky plc, owner of Sky News, by US entertainment giant 21st Century Fox following 19 months of regulatory enquiries.

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Papa John's chairman resigns over N-word use

Sky News

The founder of Papa John's Pizza has resigned as the company's chairman after using the N-word on a conference call.