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Competition watchdog launches probe into 'bond market cartel'
The competition watchdog is probing a suspected cartel among bond traders at a group of international banking giants, posing a renewed risk to the City's reputation a decade after the financial crisis.
Administration for i and Scotsman owner Johnston Press
Johnston Press, the publisher of the i newspaper and The Scotsman, has said it intends to place itself into administration.
Heartened but cautious - British business reacts to May's Brexit plan
One of the country's biggest companies has welcomed the government's proposed Brexit withdrawal agreement as a "positive step forward".
'No-deal' Brexit looms large over UK businesses
A "no-deal" Brexit is a curious thing, like the shark in Jaws.
Sainsbury's launches £1.50 edible insect range in UK supermarket first
Sainsbury's has become the first UK high street supermarket to stock edible insects.
Babcock braces for £100m hit on North Sea helicopter arm
Babcock International Group, the engineering giant which maintains Britain's nuclear submarine fleet, will next week try to draw a line under its recent difficulties by taking a £100m hit on the value of its helicopter business.
Brexit fallout: Share slide persists for builders and banks
Banking and housebuilding stocks remained under pressure as businesses exposed to the UK economy continued to feel the heat from the ongoing political crisis over Brexit.
Europe has economic woes of its own beyond Brexit
Business and City folk who spend much time travelling, when asked about how the rest of Europe looks at the Brexit issue, report two key trends.
Police Federation: No-deal Brexit could lead to disruption, danger, delays and rationing
Police fear the fallout from a "no-deal" Brexit could lead to "widescale disruption and dangers for the general public" and have warned they may not have the resources to cope.
EE and Virgin Media fined for overcharging customers
EE and Virgin Media have been fined a total of £13.3m for overcharging nearly 500,000 phone and broadband customers who wanted to leave their contracts early.