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Ryanair blames lower-than-expected winter airfares as it issues profit warning
Europe's biggest low-cost carrier Ryanair has cut its full-year profit forecast as it expects winter fares to fall amid increased competition.
Jamie Dimon: Should JP Morgan pay its boss £24m a year?
Two stories from the banking sector this week highlight the difference between how business is done in the United States and Europe.
Tesla to cut 7% of workforce after 'most challenging' year
Tesla plans to cut thousands of jobs after the "most challenging" year in the electric car maker's history.
December retail sales fall as consumers bring forward Christmas shopping
British retail sales fell in December as shoppers hunted for discounts on Black Friday and brought forward their Christmas spending, according to official data.
Arrow takes aim at taxpayer-owned commercial loans
Arrow Global, the listed debt purchaser, is in talks to buy a portfolio of commercial loans that would mark another step in the government's efforts to shed the legacy of its financial crisis bailouts.
Nissan-Mitsubishi alleges Ghosn failed to discuss £7m in 'improper payments'
Scandal-hit Renault boss Carlos Ghosn improperly received €7.8m (£7m) from a joint venture between Nissan and Mitsubishi, the carmakers allege.
Bird Box helps drive Netflix subscribers in strong final quarter
Netflix's original series and films, including post-apocalyptic thriller Bird Box, helped draw almost nine million new subscribers to the streaming service in the fourth quarter.
Philips to shut UK baby bottle factory post-Brexit with hundreds of jobs at risk
Philips has announced plans to shut a UK factory with the potential loss of 430 jobs, months after expressing worries about a possible hit from Brexit.
Grey overtakes black as UK's most popular car colour for first time
Grey has overtaken black as the UK's most popular new car colour for the first time ever.
No rest for Sofa.com as online retailer seeks buyer
One of Britain's biggest online furniture retailers has kicked off an urgent search for a buyer, underlining the challenges facing internet-based shops even as their high street rivals battle the worst trading environment for decades.
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