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Fierce competitors Apple and Microsoft and other firms join forces to restore their reputation after the NSA scandal.
Supermarket bosses say the cost of doing business is higher in Scotland and they fear that burden will rise if it leaves the UK.
The former Kent Reliance building society joins the queue of UK banks preparing to list their shares on the stock market.
Just days after glitches crashed RBS and NatWest sites, an "orchestrated" surge causes further woes for customers.
There is more good news for the United States' economy, with unemployment at the lowest rate since November 2008.
Taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland and a leading rating agency are sued in a Dutch court over advice given to investors.
The retailer with a cult following in recent years will be put up for sale for more than £250m next year, Sky News learns.
The former Railtrack boss is to step down as chairman of the leading price comparison site, Sky News learns.
The last of the 'big six' energy providers announces its price increases for customers, which take effect next month.
Sky's Naomi Kerbel offers a round-up of the news you may have missed and a look ahead to what is coming up.