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Facebook profit soars as it shakes off data scandal
Facebook's first-quarter profit soared amid little sign that users or advertisers had defected over its failure to safeguard personal data.
TSB digital platforms back but gremlins remain after IT disaster
TSB's internet banking is operating at about 50% capacity despite the bank's boss saying earlier that the service was "up and running".
Why TSB's troubles are a cautionary tale for British banks
A reputation can take a long time to build but can disappear in a flash.
Bidding war for Sky looms as Comcast offers £22bn
US cable operator Comcast has made a formal £22bn bid for Sky, the owner of Sky News, in a move expected to stoke a bidding war for the UK company.
Twitter posts second consecutive profit and adds 6 million users
Twitter posted its second consecutive quarterly profit as it added more users and reaped the benefit of streaming video.
Whitbread bows to investor demand for Costa split within two years
Whitbread is to spin-off its Costa coffee empire from its hotel and other interests following pressure from shareholders.
FTSE 100 drugmaker Shire recommends £46bn takeover by Takeda
The board of Shire says it will recommend a revised £46bn offer for the FTSE 100 company by Takeda.
Why Takeda's £46bn deal for Shire is not in the bag
It's a massive company, by market capitalisation, currently the 17th largest in the FTSE-100.
Lloyds urged to rethink branch closures as profits surge
Lloyds has reported a surge in first quarter pre-tax profits to £1.6bn, prompting a business group to call on the bank to "rethink" branch closures amid its digital investment drive.
Britain 'considering rival' to EU Galileo satellite project
The UK is considering launching its own satellite navigation system to rival the EU's Galileo project after being shut out of key elements of the programme, according to reports.