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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised upwards, for a fourth consecutive time, its forecast for UK economic growth while sharply lowering expectations for the US and sanctions-hit Russia.
Two of Britain's biggest construction firms are in merger talks to create a £3bn powerhouse whose flagship projects would include London's Olympics Aquatics Centre and the redevelopment of Liverpool's Anfield home.
One of the country's largest suppliers of car parts has ceased trading with the loss of 1,244 jobs after a buyer could not be found.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has warned Vince Cable that accelerating the sale of 314 branches would jeopardise the creation of a strong new lender on British high streets.
The UK's energy regulator says two power network operators are to pay an extra £3.3m for failures related to last winter's storms.
The number of households creaking with crippling debts may double over the next four years, a think-tank has warned.
A ban on US airlines flying to Israel's Tel Aviv airport amid rocket fire from Gaza has been lifted.
Facebook shares hit a new record high after the social network posted profits growth of 137% for its last quarter.
Britain's biggest banks are weighing up plans to outline further risks associated with Scottish independence when they unveil half-year results with less than 50 days to go before the crucial vote.
Technology companies are competing with each other on a new front - renewable energy - and taking on traditional power suppliers.