Business News

An estate agency group backed by the private equity arm of Lloyds Banking Group is being put up for sale in the latest sign of corporate activity in the sector.
Heineken is investing £39m in more than 600 of its pubs in the UK - in a move it says will bring 62 back from the dead.
Single-sex toilets are set to become a legal requirement for all new bars, restaurants, offices and shopping centres under new laws proposed by the government.
You filled out the job application, got the call (they're interested, phew!), but now... it's interview day.
Authorities in California have been mocked over a "billion-dollar" bridge to nowhere.
The world's second-largest steel company has warned the government that a planning verdict due this week could lead to a key division quitting the UK.
Ordinary investors will be awarded 'bonus' shares in NatWest Group if they hold onto stock they acquire in the taxpayer-backed bank, under a plan expected to be finalised by ministers later this month.
Entain, the FTSE 100 gambling group, has been rebuffed by the former bosses of bookies Coral and Sky Bet in its hunt for a new chief executive.
A former top Post Office lawyer has been accused of telling the Horizon IT inquiry a "big fat lie" over his knowledge of a bug in the system that could have stopped wrongful prosecutions of sub-postmasters in their tracks.
Official figures have raised fears of a deepening public sector drag on the the UK's economic recovery from recession.


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