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Sainsbury's has claimed it is winning over customers from its rivals after reporting higher than expected profits.
Labour will promise to deliver the biggest shake-up to rail "in a generation" by establishing the long-delayed Great British Railways (GBR) organisation and bringing routes back into public ownership.
Labour has denied the railways will be given "lower priority" if they are brought back into public ownership as the party pledged to "sweep away" the current "broken" model.
John Barnes has been banned as a director after his company failed to pay almost £200,000 in tax.
Shares in Meta, the owner of Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram, have fallen sharply after the company revealed it had raised its cost forecast for the current year.
Ryanair is suing air traffic control body Nats over last summer's flight chaos when more than 700,000 passengers were hit by cancellations and delays.
Shipping traffic through the vital Suez Canal artery has plunged by 66% since cargo was forced to divert due to attacks on vessels, according to official figures.
On today's episode, Ian King reveals Tesla's plans to introduce new vehicle models before the second half of next year as Elon Musk's company reports a dip in sales and net profits.
Staff at Heathrow airport are set to strike on the early bank holiday in May, with their union warning planes could be "delayed, disrupted and grounded".
English football's top flight is toasting a £40m sponsorship deal with Guinness after the Diageo-owned brand saw off competition from Heineken.


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