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The British property company which transformed London’s Docklands into a world-leading financial hub is to play a key role in the development of a Chinese city that will ultimately dwarf Paris. Sky News has learnt that Canary Wharf Group (CWG)...
Coca-Cola is planning to close two of its UK sites which could result in the loss of almost 300 jobs. The proposal would affect a distribution centre in Northampton and a manufacturing site in Milton Keynes. A company statement said: "We...
Byron, the struggling burger chain, has won the approval of landlords and creditors for a rescue plan that aims to shut 20 restaurants and slash rental costs. Hundreds of jobs were placed in jeopardy earlier this month when Sky News...
There are a number of ways at looking at today's profits warning from Capita and the shock fund raising that has accompanied it. The first is that this is textbook stuff from an incoming chief executive. Jon Lewis, who has only...
Up to 30,000 free-to-use cash machines - 45% of the UK total - are on course to disappear over the next five years amid cuts in fees received by operators, it is being claimed. According to the ATM Industry Association...
UK car production fell last year for the first time since the height of the recession in 2009, industry figures show. The figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) revealed 1.67 million vehicles rolled off production lines...
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has called for an end to the use of RPI - the discredited inflation measure still used to calculate rail fare hikes and student loan interest payments. Mr Carney told peers he wanted the...
The British arm of TGI Fridays is being put on the menu of prospective buyers amid a steep downturn which has hit much of the casual dining sector. Sky News has learnt that Electra Private Equity is calling in City...
Royal Bank of Scotland boss Ross McEwan has admitted that a past claim its controversial restructuring unit turned around the vast majority of small businesses it worked with was not true. The bank chief executive spoke as he and chairman...
Vladimir Putin has described a list of Russian oligarchs and politicians published by the US as a "hostile step" that would "complicate" relations. Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich is one of 96 oligarchs on the roster of those to have...
Volkswagen has suspended its public relations chief - at his own request - as it investigates experiments that saw monkeys exposed to diesel exhaust fumes. The company said its head of external relations and sustainability, Dr Thomas Steg, had stepped...
Aston Martin is to announce investment deals in China this week that it will claim are worth more than £600m, boosting Theresa May's hopes that her first trade visit to the country will project her vision of a "global...
The UK's pilots union has been given official recognition status by Ryanair for the first time in the airline's 32-year history. The British Airline Pilots' Association (Balpa) said it had signed a "historic" voluntary trade union recognition agreement after the...
Domino's Pizza has raised its annual profit forecast following a stronger rise in sales than it had expected during its fourth quarter. The pizza delivery chain said new store openings in the UK and slightly weaker investment than had been...
Theresa May is facing fresh turmoil among her own MPs and Cabinet ministers as divisions deepen in the Government over Brexit. She faces the embarrassment of a secret study on the impact of Britain leaving the European Union being leaked....
US authorities have filed civil and criminal charges against three European banks and eight individuals for alleged manipulation in US futures and commodities markets. The lenders - UBS, Deutsche Bank and HSBC - agreed to pay $46.6m to settle the...

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