Business News

Noel Quinn, the chief executive of HSBC, is to retire following an "intense" five years in the role.
An HSBC-backed technology company which was in talks to raise funding at a valuation of over £1bn four years ago will this week confirm a plan to break itself up amid mounting losses.
Border checks on food and plant imports will add billions of pounds to the cost of doing business with the European Union, industry figures have warned.
A new rewards platform backed by some of Britain's most prominent retailers and technology figures will be unveiled on Tuesday with a promise to aid consumers' fight against what it calls an online 'stealth tax'.
Items bought in shops are becoming more expensive at the slowest pace in more than two years, according to latest industry figures which show that some prices are actually falling.
Ian King discusses profit warnings, with nearly one in five UK-listed companies issuing one in the last year.
Getir, the grocery delivery app, has abandoned a European expansion that is set to result in the loss of around 1,500 jobs in the UK.
One of the government officials caught up in the Partygate scandal which engulfed Boris Johnson's premiership is playing a key role in negotiating the future of The Daily Telegraph.
Strikes at Heathrow Airport are taking place over the next few weeks, with the first one already under way.
A unit of Sony, the giant Japanese conglomerate, is investing millions of pounds in a British insurance start-up which has amassed more than 200,000 customers.


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