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Mirror and Express owner enters race to buy the i publisher
The owner of the Daily Mirror and Daily Express has waded into the auction of the i and hundreds of regional titles in an effort to create a British newspaper powerhouse.
Government rebukes FTSE giants for late supplier payment
A list of leading FTSE companies that include BAE Systems, BT and British Gas owner Centrica have been suspended from the government's Prompt Payment Code, after they were found to take longer than 60 days to pay their suppliers.
London house prices fall at fastest rate in a decade
House prices in London fell in May at their fastest rate for almost a decade, according to official figures.
EU to investigate Amazon over use of sellers' data
The EU's competition regulator is to investigate the use of sellers' data by Amazon - the latest big multinational firm to face pressure over exploitation of customer information.
Rate of inflation remains at Bank of England's 2% target
A measure of the cost of living remained static last month as rising food and alcohol prices were offset by cheaper petrol and diesel.
Bosses to raise recycling scheme concerns at Gove summit
The chief executives of Asda, Greggs and J Sainsbury will hold talks with Michael Gove this week amid growing concern that a series of recycling initiatives will impose unsustainable costs on an already-embattled sector.
New PM urged to lower migrant worker salary threshold after Brexit
The Tory leadership hopefuls are facing pressure to lower the salary threshold for migrant workers from £30,000 to £20,000 to avoid skills shortages across the economy after Brexit.
Simon Brown: Govia Thameslink fined £1m over death of passenger who 'put head out of window'
A rail firm has been fined £1m after a passenger died when he put his head out of a train window.
Standard Chartered boss Bill Winters in pay and pension row
Anyone heading home through the City of London last night between 6pm and 8.30pm will have had their regular commute disrupted.
Saturday jobs: Teenagers choose online work over traditional part-time work
Teenagers are increasingly choosing to work online rather than do traditional Saturday jobs such as shop work or paper rounds, research has found.