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Whitbread 'caution' on near-term profits as Brexit looms
Whitbread says there is a "degree of caution" in its profit forecasts after reporting flat earnings for the first half of its financial year.
Legoland sells 'deep fried crap' to kids, study claims
Legoland has been dubbed "Deep Fried Crap Land" by researchers who examined the food it sells for children.
Morrisons faces 'vast' data leak compensation payment
Morrisons says it will appeal a decision that leaves it facing a "vast" compensation bill for a data leak.
Reviews giant Trustpilot hires bankers for pre-float fundraising
Trustpilot, one of Europe's fastest-growing internet start-ups, has hired bankers to secure new funding as a precursor to an eventual stock market flotation.
'Brexit fears' force O2 to postpone £10bn flotation
Telecom giant O2 is holding off its £10bn stock market flotation until after Brexit amid market uncertainty, according to reports.
Ryanair blames strikes for fall in half-year profits
Ryanair has reported a 7% fall in profits for the first half of the year, blaming repeated staff strikes that pushed up the number of flight cancellations over the period.
Premier Inn unveils no frills £19-a-night pod rooms
Premier Inn is to launch a hotel chain for the "highly price-sensitive customer" with pod-style rooms less than half the normal size.
Treasury yet to agree date for annual China finance talks
The government is struggling to agree the timing of a key annual financial sector summit with China, months before Britain's departure from the EU intensifies the urgency of securing bilateral trade deals.
Italy defends budget despite European Union fears over high debt
Italy is standing by its troublesome budget, refusing to cut spending despite debt reaching 130% of GDP.
Self-driving taxis to launch in London by 2021, Addison Lee says
Plans have been unveiled to launch self-driving taxis in London by 2021.