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Thomas Cook collapse: Holidaymakers' return to take two weeks
Thomas Cook has collapsed, prompting the UK's biggest ever peacetime repatriation to bring 150,000 stranded customers home.
Thomas Cook: What happens for over 150,000 holidaymakers as travel firm collapses
Concerned Thomas Cook customers have been bombarding the troubled tour operator with queries about the fate of their holiday plans.
M&S finance chief Humphrey Singer quits in fresh blow to retailer
Marks & Spencer's (M&S) finance chief is quitting the retailer after just 14 months in a fresh blow just days before it is formally relegated from the London stock market's blue-chip share index.
No-deal Brexit vital freight carriers shortlisted
Eight sea, rail and air freight companies have been shortlisted for government contracts to transport critical goods, including vital medical supplies in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Royal Bank of Scotland names Alison Rose as new boss
The Royal Bank of Scotland has named Alison Rose as its new chief executive, making her the first woman to head one of Britain's biggest high street lenders.
Huawei Mate 30: New Huawei phone to launch without Google apps
The latest flagship smartphone from Huawei will launch without crucial Google apps and services due a US trade ban on the company.
Ralph Lauren launches Rachel Green Friends collection to celebrate show's 25 years
Twenty-five years ago, Rachel Karen Green burst into the Central Perk coffee house in a soaking wet, off-the-shoulder wedding dress, and Friends was born.
Amazon boss Jeff Bezos makes carbon neutral pledge on eve of worker protests
Amazon's founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos has pledged to make the online retailer carbon neutral by 2040.
Royal Mail Group admits breaking competition law that left customers paying higher prices
The Royal Mail Group has admitted a breach of competition law that led to an investigation by Ofcom.
Turkey's steel imports into Europe a 'problem' for the industry, says Liberty House boss
Turkey's steel imports into Europe are a "greater problem" for the industry than the slowdown in demand from car makers, the boss of Europe's third largest steelmaker has told Sky News.