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Tata Steel to cut 3,000 European jobs - report
Tata Steel is planning to cut around 3,000 jobs in Europe, with over half in the Netherlands, a source has told Reuters.
Prince Andrew: KPMG not renewing sponsorship of Duke of York's scheme
Accountancy firm KPMG is not renewing its sponsorship of Prince Andrew's Pitch@Palace initiative, Sky News understands.
Food giants warn of price hikes as recycling scheme costs soar
Britain's biggest food and drink producers are warning that consumers face having to pay more for popular brands because of the soaring cost of a government-led recycling scheme.
General election: Boris Johnson delays corporation tax cuts to help fund NHS
Boris Johnson has vowed to delay cuts to corporation tax to fund "priorities" like the NHS, as he, Jeremy Corbyn and Jo Swinson made their election pitch to business bosses.
TSB probe pins IT crisis on data centre test debacle
The crisis that left 2m TSB customers without current account access last year will be partly blamed this week on a failure to test one of its new data centres even as the company prepared for one of the most complex IT upgrades in banking history.
General election: Tories won't set 'arbitrary' immigration target as Jeremy Corbyn backs 'great deal of movement'
The Conservatives have pledged to cut immigration "overall", with the "vast majority" of migrants to be required to have a job offer to come to the UK - regardless of where they are from.
Saudi Aramco flotation plan falls short of $2trn valuation
Saudi Aramco has fired up plans for its long-awaited flotation that is set to easily create the world's most valuable listed company.
Stadia: What to expect from Google's gaming platform
Google's gaming platform Stadia is launching on Tuesday. If it works as advertised it could herald one of the most profound changes the computer gaming industry has ever experienced.
TSB IT chief 'kept board in dark' ahead of systems meltdown
The IT chief of TSB Bank failed to inform board members about "shortcomings" with the testing of a new technology system days before it crashed - resulting in nearly two million customers losing access to their current accounts.
Thames Water powers ahead in search for new chief
Britain's biggest water company is lining up a top executive from the energy sector to be its new boss ahead of a general election that could trigger the company's nationalisation.