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Triton in fresh attempt to land Thomas Cook’s Nordic business
The investment firm which tried to buy Thomas Cook's Nordic operations before the British travel operator's collapse last month has embarked on a fresh attempt to land a takeover deal.
Mike Ashley puts boot into 'dominance' of Adidas and Nike
Sports Direct has urged UK and EU regulators to review the sportswear market, claiming "must have" brands Adidas and Nike hold too much power.
Boris Johnson yet to convince firms he is on their side
Today's Queen's Speech, assuming the policies it contained can be delivered, is an early preview of what a Conservative election manifesto might look like.
Chancellor Sajid Javid reveals date of next Budget
The UK will hold its next Budget on 6 November - six days after its planned exit date from the EU, according to the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Pound slips against euro and dollar as caution creeps back in
The pound has fallen against the euro and the dollar as doubtful Brexit talks appeared to slow, after an upbeat end to last week that saw sterling and stocks soar.
Labour renationalisation plans would cost 'eye-watering' £196bn, says CBI
Labour's plans to renationalise water and energy utilities, train companies and the Royal Mail would cost at least £196bn, according to the Confederation of British Industry.
UK cybersecurity firm Sophos bought for £3.1bn by US fund
Cybersecurity firm Sophos is to be bought by US private equity firm Thoma Bravo for £3.1bn, becoming the latest UK tech firm to be bought out by an overseas investor.
Superdry chief back in post following board revolt
Just months after a vicious fight for control that saw a number of his senior executives thrown out, Julian Dunkerton has secured his place as Superdry's permanent chief executive.
Facebook accuses European Union of policing free speech after court ruling
Facebook has accused the European Union of undermining international order and empowering politicians in undemocratic countries to reach beyond their borders to censor critics.
Vodafone 'very sorry' after customers charged thousands for roaming
Vodafone says customers will not have to pay for mobile phone charges - some as high as £10,000 - that they wrongly received after using their devices abroad.