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Uber boss Dara Khosrowshahi apologises to London for 'mistakes we've made'
Uber boss Dara Khosrowshahi has apologised to Londoners for "mistakes we have made" and acknowledged that the company "must change".
Global accountancy firm Deloitte admits cyberattack on email system
Global accounting firm Deloitte has admitted it was the victim of a cyberattack which may have revealed sensitive emails belonging to some of its clients.
Tyrie urged to put name forward to chair City regulator
The former chairman of parliament’s Treasury Select Committee is being urged by leading figures in the financial services sector to apply for the top job at the City regulator.
A consumer debt crisis could cost banks £30bn, Bank of England warns
The Bank of England has warned the country's banks could risk losing £30bn on their lending on credit card and personal loans in the event of a sharp economic downturn.
British tech firm dropped by Apple agrees £550m Chinese takeover deal
It's perfectly possible that you missed the news, as it trickled out late on Friday night when most people were digesting Theresa May's speech in Florence or the shock decision by Transport for London to take away Uber's operation licence, but another Bri
Just the tonic: Gin boom boosts UK distilleries
The number of distilleries in the UK has risen by a fifth in the last year to 131, according to a new report.
Aldi sales soar but profits slip amid price war
Budget supermarket Aldi has reported record sales in the UK and Ireland despite a dip in profits amid a fierce price war in the sector.
Ryanair 'working hard' to end flights 'mess-up'
More than 305,000 Ryanair customers affected by a pilot rota blunder which forced the cancellation of 2,100 flights have either been refunded in full or rebooked on alternative routes, the airline has said.
Gender pay gap: Women managers earn £12k less than fellow men, study finds
Female managers are earning an average £12,000 less than their male counterparts, new research shows.
John McDonnell pledges to end PFI 'scandal'
John McDonnell has unveiled a plan to end new Private Finance Initiative (PFI) contracts and bring existing ones back 'in-house'.