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Union 'outrage' as Royal Mail secures injunction to block Xmas strikes
Royal Mail has won a court order to block a union ballot that could have resulted in strike action during the election and run-up to Christmas.
Tesla's Elon Musk says Brexit uncertainty made UK 'too risky' for new factory
Tesla rejected the UK as the location for its first major European plant and chose Germany instead because Brexit uncertainty "made it too risky", Elon Musk has said.
Inflation falls to three-year low with energy price cap
Inflation has fallen to its lowest level in nearly three years after a new energy price cap led to cheaper utility bills.
Investors are yet to look beyond property firms' exposure to retail
The pain in the retail sector is being felt in all sorts of places.
Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin warns City rules threaten economy
Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin has launched a blistering attack on "up the spout" City rules arguing they have caused firms to go bust and pose a threat to the UK economy.
Frozen and Star Wars films expected to drive £1bn Christmas toy market
The highly anticipated Frozen and Star Wars films will help drive the UK's £1bn Christmas toy market this year, say experts,
Energy firms win legal challenge to regulator's price cap
The 'big six' energy companies have won a legal challenge to the way the price cap imposed on them was calculated.
Cobham suitor Advent puzzles over £2.5bn Rubix float
The buyout firm which is in the process of sealing a £4bn takeover of the British defence and aerospace group Cobham is drawing up plans to float another of its UK-headquartered assets.
Facebook Pay: Social media giant finally launches payments system
Facebook is finally launching its own digital payments system which will eventually be available across Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp.
Apple launches new 16-inch MacBook Pro following keyboard woes
Apple's newest version of its MacBook Pro laptop will have a completely redesigned keyboard mechanism following customer complaints.