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British Airways pilots to strike for three days over pay dispute
British Airways has said strike action announced by its pilots will "destroy" the travel plans of tens of thousands of its customers.
Trade war escalates as Trump increases tariffs on Chinese imports
US President Donald Trump has announced an additional 5% tariff on Chinese imports.
Hasbro to buy Peppa Pig owner Entertainment One for £3.3bn
The company behind Peppa Pig is to be bought by US toy giant Hasbro for £3.3bn.
Regulators fine Deutsche Bank over corruption charges
Regulators in the United States have fined Deutsche Bank over violation of corruption laws.
David Koch: Billionaire Republican donor dies after long battle with prostate cancer
Billionaire industrialist David Koch, one of the world's richest people and a staunch supporter of conservative causes, has died aged 79.
RBS and Santander ordered to fix PPI breaches
The Royal Bank of Scotland and Santander have been ordered to audit their PPI processes by the competition watchdog after they failed to send, or sent inaccurate, payment protection insurance reminders to customers.
Shares in Eddie Stobart suspended amid an accounting review
Logistics and trucking specialist Eddie Stobart has said goodbye to its chief executive and suspended its shares after delaying the release of its results.
British retail sales crash in August as no-deal Brexit fears mount
British retail sales dropped this month at the fastest rate since 2008, according to a survey conducted by the business group CBI.
Cuadrilla suspends fracking at Lancashire site after biggest tremor yet
Cuadrilla has suspended fracking at Britain's only shale gas exploration site after it recorded its biggest tremor yet.
Jeweller Links of London races to find buyer within days
Links of London, one of Britain's best-known jewellery chains, is racing to secure a buyer within days as its crisis-hit owner seeks to offload the business.