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Dominic Chappell: Former BHS owner must pay total of £124k for breaking pensions law
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has been ordered to pay more than £124,000 for breaking pensions law when the retailer collapsed.
Moneysupermarket compares candidates to succeed chairman
The price comparison site Moneysupermarket Group has become the latest big British company to begin searching for fresh leadership as new rules loom that will curtail chairs' status as independent directors.
Facebook bug exposed millions of users' photos to third-party apps
Facebook has discovered a bug that gave third-party apps access to the photos of up to seven million users.
Ashley and The Entertainer toy with Hamleys takeover
The Sports Direct tycoon Mike Ashley and The Entertainer, a privately owned toy chain, are among a pack of suitors scenting a Christmas bargain by lodging their interest in a takeover of Hamleys.
Fracking paused at Lancashire site after tremors
Cuadrilla has paused fracking at its Preston New Road site in Lancashire after what it describes as a "series of micro-seismic events".
Fee for travelling to the EU after Brexit revealed
Millions of Britons will have to pay €7 (£6.29) every three years for visa-free travel to the EU from 2021.
'Staggeringly high' expenses force change at Bank of England
The Bank of England plans to clamp down on "staggeringly high" expenses after two officials spent almost £400,000 on travel.
By George! Busy Osborne takes on his ninth job
George Osborne has joined his brother's Silicon Valley venture capital firm, in a move believed to be his ninth job since leaving government.
Some of the world's most luxurious hotels bought in £2.5bn deal
It owns some of the world's most luxurious hotels, including the Cipriani in Venice, the Splendido in Portofino, the Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro and Raymond Blanc's Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons in Oxfordshire, as well as operating the Venice-Simplon Orient Express and Royal Scotsman luxury train services.
Ofcom launches review of broadband prices for loyal customers
Telecoms regulator Ofcom has launched a review of broadband pricing for loyal customers amid concerns they are paying more than they need to.