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Friday, July 19, 2019

BUSINESS

BUSINESS

The number of shoppers visiting UK stores fell for the second month in a row in May, figures show. Footfall was 1% lower last month...

Energy stocks dropped again in the US on Wednesday as oil fell to its lowest price since last summer, extending their dismal start to...

The move comes after years of criticism of Google and other multinational firms over their tax arrangement in the UK and across Europe. advertisement Meg Hillier,...
Bank of England, Finance, Brexit, Europe, European Union

Interest rates in the UK are more likely to be cut than hiked if Britain crashes out of the European Union without a deal,...

A $100m (£76m) settlement between ride-sharing app Uber and some of its drivers has been rejected by a US judge. The deal, agreed by Uber,...

Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has said the social network “has a lot of work to do” in order to prevent repeats of the Cleveland...

Financial Times owner Pearson has agreed to sell the newspaper to Japan’s Nikkei for £844m (€1.2bn). Pearson has owned the Financial Times since 1957. The sale...

Oil giant BP swung to a US$4.2bn loss in the first six months of the year after taking another €9.8bn hit from its Deepwater...
Facebook, Social Media, Data, Privacy

Facebook harvested the email contacts of more than 1.5 million new users who joined the site since 2016, without their consent. The social network has...
Ryanair, Business, Traveling, Stocks, Markets

Ryanair will change the way it conducts a €700m share buyback programme due to fears over a no-deal Brexit, the company said. Bosses revealed in...