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The troubled Co-operative Group appoints an interim CEO following the resignation of a frustrated Euan Sutherland.
The RMT union leader is praised as a working class hero by figures on both sides of the political divide after his sudden death.
A French mobile holiday home operator is poised to swoop on one of the biggest operators in the UK, Sky News understands.
The admission than MPC recordings are routinely destroyed sets a sceptical tone as BoE chiefs face another rate-fixing scandal.
The ownership of Manchester United stock becomes clearer as the Premier League club confirms the identity of a major investor.
G4S hopes to announce on Wednesday a Government settlement on overcharging for offender-tagging services, Sky News learns.
Lloyds Banking Group and BP release statements relating to the alleged leaking of price-sensitive information.
A regulator demands reform in the £1bn insurance 'add-on' markets, saying consumers are getting a raw deal.
The winter storms provide a surge of work for repair firms but the miserable conditions keep shoppers away from high streets.
The 24-year-old singer tops a list of musical money makers for the second time in three years after raking in $39.7m.