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British Airways fails to block summer holiday strike vote by pilots
British Airways (BA) has lost a legal challenge to a strike vote by pilots, bringing closer the threat of summer holiday travel chaos for its customers.
Boris Johnson appoints senior adviser to mend Brexit fences with firms
Boris Johnson has hired a senior business adviser, in one of his first appointments before becoming prime minister.
Boris Johnson: Two bits of data highlight the economic challenges facing new PM
Timing, as they say, is everything.
Hill era nears its end as Metro Bank kicks off hunt for new chair
Metro Bank will on Wednesday try to draw a line under a series of corporate governance rows with the City by announcing that it is kicking off a search for a new chairman.
Supermarket sales see first overall decline since 2016
Supermarket sales have fallen for the first time in three years as shoppers' appetite for beer, cider and ice cream fell in comparison with a period last year buoyed by hot weather and the men's football World Cup.
Eurotunnel traffic falls amid Brexit uncertainty
Car and lorry traffic through the Channel tunnel fell during the first half of the year as Brexit uncertainty took its toll, operator Getlink says.
Mortgage price war the key battleground in bank reporting season
It's that time of the year when Britain's banks report how they have traded during the past six months.
Heathrow expansion 'fait accompli' says airport boss
Heathrow's boss has described the £14bn expansion as a "fait accompli" and a "critical part of any new prime minister's agenda".
TfL supplier Wrightbus weighs sale amid financial downturn
A Northern Irish bus-maker whose major customers include Transport for London (TfL) is courting potential buyers after a financial downturn that has left it facing a plunge into the red.
Fever-Tree shares sink as sales growth loses fizz
Shares in mixer maker Fever-Tree have fallen sharply after gloomy UK weather in the first half of the year took the fizz out of its sales growth.