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Sainsbury's-Asda deal in jeopardy over price and quality concerns
A planned merger of Sainsbury's and Asda has been thrown into jeopardy after the competition watchdog identified "extensive" concerns.
Fury in the aisles over the merger that may never happen
The merger between Asda and Sainsbury's isn't dead, but it's in a critical condition and the undertaker's on his way.
May met Ineos chair for off-roader talks as tax row loomed
Theresa May has held private talks with the Ineos founder Sir Jim Ratcliffe, Britain's richest man, about his blueprint for a new off-road vehicle amid growing scrutiny of his personal tax affairs.
HSBC veteran Phillips to leave months after scathing memo
An HSBC veteran criticised by an anonymous group of colleagues in a scathing memo last year is to step down after more than a decade as one of the City's leading investment bankers.
UBS fined £3.2bn by French court for 'aiding tax evasion'
A Paris court has ruled Swiss bank UBS should pay €3.7bn (£3.2bn) in fines for helping French clients evade taxes on €10bn (£8.7bn) in assets.
Police investigate Sir Philip Green over claims he groped Pilates instructor
Police in the US say they are investigating Sir Philip Green after a fitness instructor claimed she was groped by the Topshop billionaire at a luxury resort.
Lloyds reports higher profits but sees Brexit uncertainty ahead
Lloyds Banking Group has shrugged off Brexit concerns as it reported a 13% rise in annual profits - but warned of an uncertain short-term outlook for the UK.
Laura Ashley in the red as demand for furniture and curtains tumbles
Laura Ashley has tumbled into the red after a slump in demand for its furniture and decorating ranges amid "difficult" first-half trading conditions.
Using Huawei in UK mobile network 'irresponsible' due to risk of 'Chinese interference', says think-tank
The UK would be "naive" and "irresponsible" to allow Chinese tech giant Huawei to contribute to the UK's next mobile phone network, a defence think-tank says.
UK on course for record level of child poverty, Resolution Foundation warns
The government must reconsider welfare cuts as the country runs the risk of child poverty hitting record levels, according to a report.