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Boots sent charity legal warning over pill row

Boots issued a legal warning to a pregnancy charity over its public campaign for more affordable emergency contraception, it has emerged. The British Pregnancy Advisory...

New Look chief Kristiansen to step down

The chief executive of New Look is to step down just over two years after his turnaround of the high street fashion chain paved...

Green warns MP over BHS pensions disclosure

The bitter fight between Sir Philip Green and the veteran Labour MP Frank Field escalated on Thursday when the tycoon threatened legal action over...

Mayweather win spared bookies 'bloody nose'

Floyd Mayweather's victory over Conor McGregor spared Ladbrokes Coral a "bloody nose", the bookmaker revealed today. The blockbuster Las Vegas bout last weekend became the...

Cash ISA saving falls 33% as rules change

There has been a dramatic drop in the number of Cash ISAs being opened and in the amount saved in the wake of the...

Hurricane Harvey: US petrol prices rise as key pipeline shut

US petrol prices have...

FTSE 100 higher as miners rise

Mining shares pulled the...

Big fall in cash Isa investments

The amount of money...

The little-known firm you may soon have money in

Want to buy some shares in an Abu Dhabi-based hospital and healthcare centre operator? Well, if any element of your ISA, life policy or pension...

RhythmOne close to £185m swoop on US rival

RhythmOne, a London-quoted advertising technology company, is close to agreeing a takeover of a US-based rival that could ultimately see its stock market listing...

Eurozone inflation rate rises to 1.5%

The inflation rate in...

Ryanair boss launches scathing attack on PM

Theresa May needs to "get her finger out" over Brexit because it is going to be a "disaster for the UK economy", Ryanair's chief...

Bank's Saunders wants 'bumpy' Brexit insurance

A supporter of raising UK interest rates has argued a gradual increase now helps provide "insurance" should policymakers need to respond to a "bumpy"...

Record £7.8m penalty for 888 customer failures

The online gambling firm 888 has been ordered to pay a record £7.8m penalty by the industry regulator for "significant flaws" in its safeguarding...

Bye-bye Britain? The EU view from a UK factory

As Brexit negotiations continue, how are EU workers in the United Kingdom feeling about their future, their right to work in the country and...