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JPMorgan plots launch of digital consumer bank in Britain
JPMorgan Chase, the world's biggest lender by market capitalisation, is close to making a stunning entry into Britain's personal banking market.
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary accused of racism for saying terrorists are 'generally Muslim men'
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has sparked outrage for suggesting would-be plane bombers are more likely to be Muslim men - and airport security should focus on "where the threat is coming from".
Coronavirus: Sir Richard Branson downplays threat to new cruise line Virgin Voyages
Business magnate Sir Richard Branson has said he does not expect his new luxury cruise line to be hit by any fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has less cash to play with ahead of budget
Britain's new Chancellor Rishi Sunak is facing less financial wriggle room ahead of his first budget after the UK recorded a smaller-than-expected surplus.
Royal Mail increases price of stamps to 'maintain quality of service'
Royal Mail is increasing the price of stamps because of financial worries amid a "tough market".
Coronavirus: UK factory output up despite outbreak hampering supply chains
UK factories have seen production grow at its fastest pace for 10 months despite China's coronavirus outbreak hampering supply chains, a business survey shows.
Furniture chain Feather & Black tempts turnaround fund
The furniture retailer Feather & Black (F&B) is poised to change hands just two years after it was rescued from administration.
Coronavirus quarantine sparks China download boom in games and apps
China's coronavirus outbreak has fuelled record downloads of apps and games by millions of quarantined households, fresh data reveals.
SSE hunts chairman as time runs out for FTSE bosses
The FTSE-100 energy company SSE has kicked off the search for a new chairman, in the latest example of a blue-chip UK business adjusting to new guidelines on boardroom independence.
Wet wood and house coal sales to be phased out to tackle air pollution
The sale of house coal and wet wood will be phased out from next year as part of a government move to tackle air pollution.