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A wealth of complaints about how payday lenders and other such firms treat their customers has prompted an inquiry by the City regulator.
The world's biggest security firm, G4S, has confirmed it took a £386m accounting hit in 2013 - another tough year for the company in the wake of the London Olympics fiasco.
Conditional trading is underway in Poundland and Pets At Home shares, with offer prices valuing the businesses at a combined total of almost £2bn.
The owner of Roadchef, one of Britain's biggest operators of motorway service stations, is preparing to sell the business for about £350m.
Tesco has fired a new salvo in the supermarket price war as it attempts to halt a slide in its market share.
An apparent threat against Facebook's California headquarters has been dismissed by police after the campus was placed on a precautionary lockdown.
The chairman of the Co-operative Group has told Sky News that the mutual will need to work hard to rebuild customers' trust.
The World Wide Web - which revolutionised how the world communicates - turns 25 today.
Like VHS triumphing over Betamax, the World Wide Web had to beat off stiff competition to become number one.
The general secretary of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union, Bob Crow, has died at the age of 52 after suffering a suspected heart attack.