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Mike Ashley considers Debenhams cash bid
Mike Ashley's Sports Direct said it was considering a cash offer to take over Debenhams as it fired the latest salvo in the tussle for control of the struggling chain.
UK tech entrepreneur Mike Lynch accused of 'deliberate fraud'
A British tech entrepreneur committed a "deliberate fraud over a sustained period of time" to inflate the value of his company by billions of dollars ahead of its sale, the High Court has heard.
Nike pays £10.7m penalty over football merchandise sales
Nike has been fined €12.5m (£10.7m) after falling foul of EU rules regarding cross-border online sales.
Apple aims to take a bite out of credit card market
Apple is launching a credit card which it says will offer "clearer and more compelling" rewards than rivals.
Apple TV +: Oprah, Spielberg and Aniston announce streaming service as credit card launched
A whole host of Hollywood A-listers - including Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Aniston and Steven Spielberg - joined Apple chief executive Tim Cook to announce the tech giant's new video streaming service.
Majestic Wine to shut stores under 'Naked' transformation plan
Shareholders have reacted negatively to a planned shake-up at Majestic Wine that will see the retailer focus on its Naked Wines brand and cut stores.
Can Shell really crack the green energy market?
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the greenest of them all?
Property finance hub Lendinvest picks banks for £500m float
The online property finance hub Lendinvest has picked a trio of banks to spearhead a £500m stock market flotation amid growing investor interest in the non-bank lending sector.
Second Chinese director to quit board of WPP Group
WPP Group has begun approaching senior Chinese business figures about joining its board, as its last-remaining director from the world's second-largest economy prepares to step down after nearly nine years.
1.5 million jobs are at 'high risk' of automation, ONS figures show
More than 1.5 million people in England are in jobs where there is a "high risk" of automation, according to the Office for National Office for National Statistics (ONS).