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Frazer to launch public interest probe into Telegraph sale
The culture secretary will on Thursday launch a probe into the takeover of The Daily Telegraph by a state-backed Abu Dhabi-based fund.
RMT: Rail workers accept deal to end their long-running dispute over pay and conditions
Rail workers have voted to accept a deal to end their long-running dispute over pay and conditions.
'AI skills for more than a million people' through Microsoft UK investment
Microsoft says its £2.5bn UK investment will enable more than a million people to gain crucial skills in the burgeoning sphere of artificial intelligence (AI).
Alistair Darling: Former Labour chancellor dies aged 70
Alistair Darling, who served as chancellor under Gordon Brown, has died at the age of 70, his family has confirmed.
Robinhood hopes for third time lucky in the UK with high interest offers and 24-hour a day trading
Robinhood, the trading app that took the United States by storm during the pandemic lockdowns, is having another go at cracking the UK market.
Metro Bank to cut 800 jobs and may axe seven day branch opening
Metro Bank has revealed plans to cut 20% of its workforce and slash its business hours commitments as part of efforts to save it from collapse.
Fulfilment firm Huboo raises £29m in drive for profitability
A British technology company which helps online retailers serve their customers more efficiently has secured £29m in new funding as it plots a path to profitability.
Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland branches to be shut
Lloyds Banking Group has revealed another 45 branches are to be shut amid no sign the wave of closures across the industry is nearing completion.
Former TalkTalk boss Harding lined up to take Jockey Club reins
The businesswoman who oversaw the government's Test and Trace programme during the COVID-19 pandemic, is being lined up as the first female "chair" in the 273-year history of The Jockey Club.
Elon Musk apologises for antisemitic X post - but tells fleeing advertisers to 'go f*** yourself'
Elon Musk has launched a fiery attack on advertisers who have stopped promoting on his social media platform X, telling them to "go f*** yourself".
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