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A British bank backed by one of Wall Street's most prominent financiers is preparing for a stock market flotation that would augment a glut of high street lenders planning to go public.
The NatWest personal banking website has been hit by a cyber attack in the wake of its IT woes earlier this week, Sky News has confirmed.
The unemployment rate in the United States dropped to 7% in November, the lowest figure for five years.
Royal Bank of Scotland and a leading rating agency are being sued for £150m over so-called toxic products in the global financial crash.
Cath Kidston, the retailer known for its floral-print product ranges, is eyeing a new year sale jackpot that could net its eponymous founder at least £50m.
Gerald Corbett is to step down as chairman of Moneysupermarket, the online price comparison business, seven years after steering it through its stock market debut.
Energy supplier E.ON has announced an average price rise of 3.7% for its dual fuel customers, effective from January 18.
Sky's Naomi Kerbel offers a round-up of what's coming up in the week's business news.
Construction machinery maker JCB has announced a plan to create 2,500 jobs as part of a £150m investment programme.
The credit standing of embattled Australian airline Qantas has been downgraded by a leading rating agency to "junk" status.