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Labour would scrap ATM charges in bid to 'save high streets'

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Charges to withdraw money from cash machines would be scrapped under a Labour government to "save Britain's high streets".

Ministers to cancel £335m Liverpool hospital deal

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Ministers are to step in to bail out Liverpool's new £335m ‎NHS hospital, nine months after the collapse of construction giant Carillion left the project in crisis.

Tesco Bank facing huge fine over 2016 cyberattack

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Tesco's banking arm is facing the City regulator's biggest-ever cyberattack-related fine two years after its online services were hacked by criminals attempting to steal funds from customers.

UK coach trips to EU in jeopardy in 'no-deal' Brexit

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Brexit documents are said to have "laid bare" the realities of a "no-deal" departure, with the government warned of disruption to food supplies and coach firms being unable to operate within the EU.

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Apple completes Shazam deal after EC inquiry

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Apple has completed its takeover of UK-based music app Shazam, weeks after the deal was cleared by European regulators.


Versace 'set for $2bn takeover by Michael Kors'

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Versace is reportedly set to be snapped up by US fashion group Michael Kors in a $2bn (£1.5bn) deal.


Oil prices surge to near four-year high

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Oil prices have jumped to the highest level for nearly four years after Saudi Arabia and Russia ruled out any immediate increase in production.


Forecaster MeteoGroup to come under TBG umbrella


Swiss-owned business information provider TBG is to buy MeteoGroup, the weather forecasting giant which supplies data to the BBC and British Airways.

Renationalisation plans not 'a return to the past'

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John McDonnell has hailed Labour's plans to renationalise the water industry, telling the party's conference it is part of "the greatest extension of economic democratic rights that this country has ever seen".


Gold miners' merger to create £14bn giant


Two of the world's largest gold miners have announced plans to merge in a deal that will create a global leader with a market value of £14bn.


Labour's employee ownership plan will be seen as theft


There is the kernel of a good idea in John McDonnell's proposals to make any business employing more than 250 people to hand 10% of the company to their staff.


Carrefour denies mysterious bid for rival Casino


Supermarket retailer Casino has prompted bid mystery in France after saying it had rejected a tie-up approach from Carrefour, only for Carrefour to deny making any such offer.


Thomas Cook issues 'hot weather' profit warning

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Thomas Cook has downgraded annual profit forecasts, saying hot weather hurt demand for bookings in its crucial summer season.

Sunday, Sep 23

Staff will 'own' firms under Labour plan

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Labour is claiming workers could be up to £500 a year better off under a plan to expand employee ownership of large companies.

Deal changes outlook for BBC weather forecaster


A Swiss-owned business information provider will emerge this week as the mystery buyer of MeteoGroup, the weather forecasting giant which supplies data to the BBC and British Airways.

Saturday, Sep 22

Comcast outbids Fox in auction for Sky

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Comcast has triumphed in the auction to buy Sky plc, the owner of Sky News, for £30.45bn in the biggest takeover ever seen in Europe's media industry.

British Steel owner redeems mobile recycler


The owner of British Steel has struck a deal to ‎buy one of the UK's biggest recyclers of mobile phones following a scramble to secure new funding.

BT dials up Worldpay's Jansen in hunt for CEO


BT Group, Britain's biggest telecoms company, is in advanced talks to appoint Philip Jansen, the joint boss of payments technology operator Worldpay, as its next chief executive.

Fox and Comcast prepare final bids in battle for Sky

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Half of the City will be working this weekend. The other half wishes it was.

Friday, Sep 21

2012 Olympics chief Mills to back 'F1 of sailing'


The entrepreneur who led London's bid to host the 2012 Olympics is to lead Britain's charge into a new global sailing league being bankrolled by Larry Ellison, the Oracle billionaire.

Ex-BHS owner Dominic Chappell's conviction stands

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Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has lost the appeal against his court conviction for failing to provide information to The Pensions Regulator.

Tech glitch across three major banks 'resolved'

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The RBS Group says it has resolved an IT problem that led to RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank customers losing access to online banking services on Friday, with many locked out of their accounts.

How the UK is facing five housing crises at once

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The UK is facing not one but five concurrent mini housing crises - each with dramatically different consequences and solutions, research from Sky News finds.

Thursday, Sep 20

Barclays blames 'technical hitch' for banking woes

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Barclays' customers have complained about late payments and problems accessing accounts after it blamed a "technical hitch" for internet and telephone banking outages.

Bidding war for Sky to be settled by rare auction

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The takeover battle for Sky plc, the owner of Sky News, will be decided in a three-round auction to conclude on Saturday evening, it was announced today.

Aston Martin sets £5.07bn float valuation

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Luxury carmaker Aston Martin is looking to raise up to £1.3bn when it floats on the London Stock Exchange next month, seeking a market valuation of up to £5.07bn.

Equifax fined £500k over data breach

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A credit reference agency that failed to protect the details of 15 million people in the UK during a cyber attack has been fined £500,000.