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Uber is bracing itself for regulators? to deliver a crucial ruling that could trigger the removal of tens of thousands of private-hire drivers from London's streets. Sky News has learnt that Transport for London (TfL?)? could announce as soon as...
Facebook will hand over contents of 3,000 adverts to congressional investigators looking at claims of interference in the US presidential election. Mark Zuckerberg said he had told his team to provide details of the ads, which are believed to have...
Paul Kahn, the former boss of Airbus's UK operations?, is to resurface in a senior role at Cobham, the embattled defence and aerospace group. Sky News has learnt that Mr Kahn is being lined up to take on a top...
The first of Britain's digital-only challenger banks to launch into the current account market is kicking off talks with investors about a new funding round to propel its international expansion. Sky News understands that Starling Bank, which was handed a...
It’s not clear whether it was Albert Einstein, Mark Twain, Benjamin Franklin or even an unknown Chinese philosopher who was the first to say that the definition of insanity was doing the same thing over and over again and...
Manchester United has forecast a dip in profits in its current financial year, despite the return of lucrative Champions League football to Old Trafford. The Premier League club - controlled by the American Glazer family and managed by Jose Mourinho...
The Government had to borrow just £5.6bn to balance the budget in August, which is the smallest amount recorded for that month since the 2007 financial crisis. The figure, which does not take state-owned banks into account, was well below...
The buyout giant which took Boots private more than a decade ago has muscled in on the £600m-plus auction of Pure Gym, Britain’s biggest chain of health and fitness clubs. Sky News understands that KKR is among a pack of...
Ryanair's boss Michael O'Leary is rushing to recruit 125 new pilots within "the next week or two" to avert the prospect of a new wave of cancelled flights. The announcement was made just hours after a letter was sent to...
Dominic Chappell, the businessman at the helm of BHS when it collapsed last year, has denied charges linked to an investigation by The Pensions Regulator (TPR). He appeared at Brighton Magistrates Court accused of three offences under the Pensions Act...
The US Federal Reserve has confirmed it will start to unwind its massive asset purchase, or quantitative easing (QE), programme from next month. The country's central bank laid down arrangements for reducing the size of its balance sheet - standing...
Smartphone manufacturer HTC is halting trading of its shares from Thursday as rumours suggest it is about to be acquired by Google. The Taiwanese company, which is traded on the Taiwanese Stock Exchange (TWSE), once dominated the smartphone market but...
Ryanair has pleaded with customers affected by the cancellation of 2,100 of its flights to "bear with us" as it gets to grips with refunds and rescheduling. A total of 315,000 people's flights were axed earlier this week after the...
Young people in Britain are spending three times as much of their earnings on housing costs now compared to 50 years ago, a new report suggests. The Resolution Foundation says people born between 1926 and 1945 spent just 7% of...
Two Edinburgh businesses are celebrating big successes after seeing substantial growth this year. Business owners, Renee Mackay, who runs TaxAssist Accountants in Corstorphine and Alan Johnston who runs TaxAssist Accountants in Goldenacre are together celebrating reaching well over 1,000 small...
The finance director of the Co-operative Bank is to step down weeks after the lender concluded a £700m rescue deal designed to secure its long-term future. Sky News has learnt that John Worth, who only joined the Co-op Bank a...