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Bosses round on ministers after May defeat
Executives from some of the biggest companies operating in the UK rounded on cabinet ministers on Tuesday night after they refused to rule out a no-deal Brexit in the wake of Theresa May's crushing Commons defeat.
Growing anger, frustration and impatience from businesses over Brexit
Business leaders have expressed their "frustration" over the political turmoil and lack of a Brexit deal after Prime Minister Theresa May's defeat in the Commons.
Why the pound enjoyed a surprise rally despite Brexit drama
There are few better barometers of a country's standing in the world than its exchange rate.
Pound volatile as Brexit uncertainty drags after May defeat
The pound has endured a rollercoaster ride amid the deepening political crisis over Brexit.
Holidaymakers warned about villa scam risks
Holidaymakers looking to beat the January blues have been warned to watch out for villa scams which can result in victims losing thousands of pounds.
Shares in payday lender Provident Financial slump 20% after profit warning
Shares in Provident Financial lost as much as a fifth of their value on Tuesday after the payday lender warned earnings would be at the lower end of expectations.
VW and Ford could work together on electric cars as part of unusual tie-up
Volkswagen (VW) and Ford have announced a partnership that could see the carmakers develop electric and self-driving cars together in future.
Marks & Spencer to close 17 stores - with 1,000 jobs at risk
Marks & Spencer plans to close 17 more stores with the loss of 1,000 jobs, as the retailer continues to restructure its business in the face of changing consumer spending habits.
What bank results tell us about the health of Uncle Sam
We're only a fortnight into the New Year and already some of the biggest names in American business have begun updating investors on their results for the final three months of last year.
Russian regulator demands Google filters search results
Russian communications regulator Roskomnadzor has sent repeated requests to Google requiring it to route its citizens' web searches through a government filtering system, according to reports.