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Google deals Huawei major blow by cutting Android licence
Google has dealt a major blow to Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei by blocking the firm from using critical apps and services like Gmail and YouTube on its range of smartphones, according to reports.
Ryanair profits slump 29% due to fare and costs turbulence
Ryanair has reported a 29% dip in annual profits to just over €1bn (£890m) as weaker fares and higher costs weighed on its bottom line.
Manchester Airport cancels dozens of flights due to fuel supply problems
Fuel supply problems that saw dozens of flights at Manchester Airport cancelled and left thousands of passengers stranded have been resolved.
'No more peanut butter and jelly sandwiches': Billionaire pays off students' debts
Graduating college students in Atlanta were left stunned when a billionaire technology investor told them he would wipe out their $40m (£31.4m) debts.
Thomas Cook woes deepen as payment firm holds on to cash
Payment firms are seeking to hold on to millions of pounds of customers' money owed to Thomas Cook Group in a move which underlines the financial pressures afflicting the 178-year-old tour operator.
Donald Trump delays decision on imported car tariffs for trade talks
US President Donald Trump has decided not to impose tariffs on imported cars for six months to allow more time for trade talks.
Pigs may complicate US-China trade negotiations
The decline in pig numbers in China could make trade negotiations with the US more complicated, according to new research.
Ocado looks to shed 400 jobs after fire at Andover distribution centre
Up to 400 jobs are under threat at Ocado after the online grocer said it would take two years to rebuild a distribution centre destroyed in a fire.
Brexit: Pound falls as plug pulled on cross-party exit talks
The pound sank to a four-month low following the collapse of cross-party Brexit talks and uncertainty over who will replace Theresa May in Downing Street.
Censured BHS auditor re-emerges at luxury property start-up
The auditor censured after signing off BHS's accounts prior to its controversial sale by Sir Philip Green has emerged as the finance chief of a luxury real estate start-up involving some of the City's leading figures.