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Ex-Thomas Cook boss denies saddling firm with choking debts
A former boss of Thomas Cook, who presided over a major expansion, has denied saddling the firm with a debt pile that ultimately killed the business.
More than a third of voters worry about their finances - Sky Data poll
More than a third of voters are deeply pessimistic about the economy and their own finances, according to a new Sky Data state-of-the-nation poll.
Boeing fires commercial planes boss as 737 MAX crisis deepens
Boeing has ousted the head of its commercial planes division, eight months after its 737 MAX fleet was grounded following two fatal crashes.
KPMG in talks to sell £200m pensions unit to Exponent
The big four audit firm KPMG has entered exclusive talks to sell its pensions advisory unit to a buyout firm as it reshapes its business amid growing pressure on the profession.
ExxonMobil climate change court case: Money, power and politics on trial
A very interesting trial began today in the New York State Supreme Court in lower Manhattan.
WeWork board accepts Softbank's $8bn takeover plan
WeWork's board has accepted an $8bn (£6.2bn) takeover plan proposed by its Japanese investor Softbank Group, in a move that secures new financing for the troubled company.
Cyber attacks from 'hostile nation states' foiled by UK Cyber Centre
Cyber attacks from Russia, China, Iran and North Korea pose "strategic national security threats to the UK", according to the CEO of the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
Auditors 'complicit' in UK corporate failures, MPs say
MPs have accused auditors of being "complicit" in the recent failure of British corporate giants, after it emerged that Thomas Cook paid PwC up to £21m in consultancy fees.
Science museum staff on strike over pay
Staff at some of Britain's best-known museums are going on strike today over the group's failure to pay the real living wage.
Just Eat urges investors not to stomach rival offer
Just Eat has called on shareholders to reject a takeover offer as it presses ahead with its planned £8.2bn merger with Takeaway.com.