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'Big Four' supermarkets slump in annual Which? consumer ranking
Asda has been left languishing last in a satisfaction survey, which saw discounters Aldi and Lidl outperform all of the "Big Four" supermarkets.
Flybe completes cut-price sale to Virgin after turbulent ride
Flybe has completed its controversial sale to a consortium led by Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic for just 1p a share.
Disney, Fortnite and Nestle among companies pulling YouTube ads over child abuse concerns
Companies including Disney, Nestle and the maker of Fortnite are pulling advertisements from YouTube over concerns relating to child abuse.
Trade pact with Japan ruled out by Brexit deadline
The government has admitted it has run out of time to roll over existing trade pacts with Japan and Turkey in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Record surplus delivers pre-Brexit boost for Hammond
Britain's public finances delivered a record surplus last month in a boost for Chancellor Philip Hammond ahead of next month's pre-Brexit spring statement.
Barclays sets aside £150m to cover UK 'economic uncertainty'
Barclays has said it has set aside £150m to cover the impact of "anticipated economic uncertainty in the UK" as it reported a slight fall in annual profits.
Consumers 'gambling with their teeth' by using whitening kits
Some high street teeth whitening products "have the potential to significantly harm" our teeth and should be banned, according to a new study.
Pearson strikes £500m pension insurance deal with L&G
Pearson, the FTSE-100 education group, will announce on Friday a renewed drive to restructure its pension liabilities when it unveils a £500m buy-in deal with Legal & General (L&G).
Centrica: British Gas owner's shares plunge after price cap warning
Shares in British Gas owner Centrica have fallen sharply after it warned 2019 financial performance would be hit by factors including the energy price cap.
Standard Chartered takes $900m charge for UK and US fines
Standard Chartered has set aside $900m (£690m) to cover the cost of US and UK fines over misconduct going back more than a decade.