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Coronavirus: Starbucks closes 2,000 Chinese branches
Wednesday January 29, 2020

The coffee giant is shutting half of its stores in the country and warns of the outbreak's financial impact.


Will the Bank of England cut interest rates?
Wednesday January 29, 2020

Some think the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee will seek a cut on Thursday to help lift the economy.


Apple 'closely monitoring' coronavirus
Tuesday January 28, 2020

The outbreak has clouded the firm's forecast for the upcoming quarter.


Hounslow trader avoids jail in 'flash crash' case
Tuesday January 28, 2020

Navinder Sarao pleaded guilty in 2016 to fraud and "spoofing" the stock market.


Diabetes patients hit by glucose monitor shortage
Wednesday January 29, 2020

Healthcare firm Abbott has been forced to apologise for failing to provide enough of the devices.


Huawei set for limited role in UK 5G networks
Tuesday January 28, 2020

The US failed to convince the prime minister to ban the Chinese firm from any involvement.


Neil Woodford: Investor 'feels let down' over losses
Tuesday January 28, 2020

Thousands of investors are told what they will receive as Neil Woodford's stricken fund is wound up.


Flybe: Ryanair's Michael O'Leary accuses Sajid Javid of being 'misleading'
Tuesday January 28, 2020

Michael O'Leary accuses the chancellor of making "inaccurate" statements over the rescue of Flybe.


Banks asked to explain 40% overdraft rates
Tuesday January 28, 2020

The City watchdog says most banks have set "very similar prices" under the new rules.


RBS: Developer who bought jet and yacht loses case against bank
Tuesday January 28, 2020

Oliver Morley, who alleged a controversial division of the bank ruined his firm, has lost his case.


Airbus settles corruption probe for €3.6bn
Tuesday January 28, 2020

The settlement deal is still subject to approval by courts in the UK, France and the US.


Beeching rail cuts: Fund to help restore lines goes ahead amid criticism
Tuesday January 28, 2020

The transport secretary unveils the first two railway lines to receive funding to restore rural services.


Migrant salary threshold fall 'would boost public sector'
Tuesday January 28, 2020

Reducing the minimum by £4,400 would help recruit NHS staff and teachers, says an independent committee.


Zap! How microwaves and electricity are killing weeds
Tuesday January 28, 2020

Electricity and microwaves are being used to kill weeds as alternatives are sought to chemicals.


Hound of Hounslow: Who is Navinder Sarao, the 'flash crash trader'?
Tuesday January 28, 2020

A self-taught British trader has been sentenced for his role in a £1tn US stock market crash.