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ATM body warns 30,000 free cash machines to go

Up to 30,000 free-to-use cash machines - 45% of the UK total - are on course to disappear over the next five years amid...

Hundreds of M&S jobs at risk in UK shake-up

M&S says it hopes to prevent any job losses as it places almost 500 positions at risk through its latest plans to close unprofitable...

Overhaul at Capita as it warns on 2018 profits

Just weeks after the collapse of Carillion, Capita's shares have plunged more than 40% after the outsourcer warned on profits and announced a transformation...

Trump: No better time for the 'American Dream'

President Donald Trump has proclaimed a "New American Moment" at his first State of The Union address. Speaking to both houses of Congress, Mr Trump...

Carney calls for end of RPI inflation measure

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has called for an end to the use of RPI - the discredited inflation measure still used to...

TGI Fridays owner Electra puts sale on the menu

The British arm of TGI Fridays is being put on the menu of prospective buyers amid a steep downturn which has hit much of...

RBS boss admits turnaround claim was not true

Royal Bank of Scotland boss Ross McEwan has admitted that a past claim its controversial restructuring unit turned around the vast majority of small...

Aston Martin boosts May with £600m China investment

Aston Martin is to announce investment deals in China this week that it will claim are worth more than £600m, boosting Theresa May’s hopes...

Ryanair makes 'historic' deal with UK pilots union

The UK's pilots union has been given official recognition status by Ryanair for the first time in the airline's 32-year history. The British Airline Pilots'...

Domino's expects bigger slice of annual profits

Domino's Pizza has raised its annual profit forecast following a stronger rise in sales than it had expected during its fourth quarter. The pizza delivery...

Secret Brexit report piles pressure on the PM

{$inline_image} Theresa May is facing fresh turmoil among her own MPs and Cabinet ministers as divisions deepen in the Government over Brexit. She faces the embarrassment...

Banks charged in US over market 'spoofing'

US authorities have filed civil and criminal charges against three European banks and eight individuals for alleged manipulation in US futures and commodities markets. The...

Pound slips by a cent on Brexit divisions

The pound has fallen by more than a cent against the US dollar as fears over political divisions on Brexit saw the currency lose...

Waterstones owner balances books with Elliott talks

{$inline_image} The hedge fund which took Game Digital onto the stock market four years ago is in talks about a takeover of Waterstones, Britain's best-known...

Amazon wants 400 staff for new fulfilment centre

Amazon is to open a new distribution centre in the Midlands creating 400 jobs. The company said its plans for the new self-styled fulfilment centre...

Race to get sunbeds may become thing of the past

Holidaymakers keen to avoid a morning sunbed dash are being offered the chance to pre-book a place by the pool - even before they...