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No piece of cake: Premier Foods CEO scrapes through re-election
The embattled chief executive of Mr Kipling owner Premier Foods has scraped through a shareholder rebellion to clinch re-election.
1,500 jobs at risk as Gaucho collapse deepens high street crisis
The crisis engulfing Britain's high streets will deepen on Wednesday when Gaucho, the steak restaurant chain, crashes into administration after its lenders opted not to pursue a rescue deal.
Google hit with £3.8bn fine by EU for abusing control of Android OS
Google has been fined €4.34bn (£3.8bn) by the EU for abusing its control of the Android operating system by forcing vendors to pre-install its apps.
Pound at 10-month low as inflation holds steady at 2.4% in June
The pound has hit a 10-month low versus the dollar after the latest inflation figures were seen as damaging the case for a UK rate rise next month.
Tempest jet takes UK engineering by storm
It is to be the UK's sixth generation fighter jet - and I was one of the first people in Britain to climb into its cockpit.
Brexit may mean dairy products become luxury items, food firm warns
The UK's dependence on EU dairy products could mean many become luxury items after Brexit, a top producer has warned.
EasyJet raises profit horizon despite costs of strike turbulence
EasyJet has raised its full-year profit expectations despite soaring costs from strikes.
Elon Musk apologises for calling British cave diver a 'paedo'
Elon Musk has apologised for calling a British caver involved in the Thai rescue mission a "paedo" on Twitter.
Airbus says Brexit puts at risk its '40 years of success'
European aviation giant Airbus has warned that Brexit runs the risk of destroying success the company has achieved over the last 40 years.
Another 40 Poundworld stores to close with loss of 531 jobs
Forty more Poundworld stores are to close later this month, leading to the loss of 531 jobs, administrators have announced.
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