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Facebook to launch Libra cryptocurrency 'ecosystem' in 2020
Facebook is to launch its own cryptocurrency within the next year, saying its plans will deliver an "inclusive and open" financial ecosystem.
Public to have say on Heathrow's expansion 'masterplan'
A consultation has been launched on the "preferred masterplan" for Heathrow Airport's expansion.
PM seeks new powers to fine firms exploiting customer loyalty
Plans have been announced to bolster the powers of UK regulators, as the government seeks to end so-called loyalty penalties costing households billions of pounds.
Govt 'out of step' after rejecting proposals to tackle throwaway fashion industry
Calls for a levy on clothing sales to tackle labour abuses and environmental damage caused by "throwaway fashion" have been rejected by the government.
Rail strike: Passengers hit by travel chaos with huge queues and rammed trains
Train passengers on some of the busiest routes in the country suffered rush hour chaos as rail staff walked out at the start of a five-day strike.
Middle aged money mules unwittingly being used by criminals to launder cash
Middle aged people are increasingly and sometimes unwittingly being lured into laundering money for criminals, according to the fraud prevention service Cifas.
Struggling Kier to cut 1,200 jobs and sell non-core businesses
Construction and services firm Kier Group is to cut 1,200 jobs and non-core businesses as it seeks to turnaround its fortunes.
Telecoms mogul dials up $3.7bn takeover of Sotheby's
Sotheby's, arguably the best-known auction house in the world, has agreed a takeover by French billionaire Patrick Drahi.
Could Chinese investment endanger national security?
Britain has a delicate balancing act to perform when it comes to China.
Huawei sees £23.8bn hit to revenues from US bans over the next two years
Huawei's founder has predicted the company's revenue will take a $30bn (£23.8bn) hit over two years from US restrictions on its business.